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RSA “Sports and More” Special Outings

By Dave Levy - 15 May 2019

As part of our “Sports and More” program that shows campers behind the scenes of their favorite sports, RSA is planning an exciting trip for each session for this upcoming summer! RSA campers will visit the NYCFC, Hartford Yard Goats, and Connecticut Sun.

RSA will visit the New York City Football Club, an American professional soccer club based in New York City that competes in Major League Soccer (MLS), the highest level of American soccer. NYCFC Plays at Yankee Stadium and campers will have the opportunity to meet a player on the team after the game. 

RSA will also have the opportunity to visit the Hartford Yard Goats, a minor league baseball team based in Hartford, Connecticut started in 2016. The Yard Goats play in the Eastern League, and are a part of the Double-A class level currently affiliated with the Colorado Rockies. Campers will be able to participate in an on-field experience.

Lastly, RSA will visit the Connecticut Sun, a professional women’s basketball team in the Eastern Conference of the WNBA. The Connecticut Sun play at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut. After the game, campers will have an opportunity to take a picture on the court. Additionally, campers will meet both players and coaches from the team.

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