Adaptive sports program to offer WKU students a unique athletic perspective
- Tuesday, September 7th, 2021
Bowling Green Parks and Recreation is teaming up with WKU Campus Recreation and Wellness to start an adaptive sports program on the Hill, with events planned to take place in the Preston Center. There are adaptive programs in place for children and adults, but Levis hopes the program on campus will fill that age gap and provide ample sports opportunities for college students.
“We have youth programming for adaptive sports [and] we have adult programming for adaptive sports,” Levis said. “What we’re doing is partnering up with Campus Recreation and Wellness to start a dedicated collegiate adaptive sports program, just to extend our reach, seeking to provide any opportunities possible for people with physical disabilities to pursue recreational sport.”