Video: Spikeball club prepares for college tournaments

A look into the Arizona State Sun Devil's spikeball team and their preparation for upcoming tournaments

Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, ASU students come together to play an uncommon sport called spikeball. The sport consists of four players, a ball and circle net. The objective is to hit the ball over the net, keeping it away from their opponents. For the members of The Spikeball Club at ASU, it's more than just a random club — it's a way to get involved on campus and meet new people as they compete with other universities. 

The club is led by President Daniel Lindeen, a senior studying film and media production, and Vice President Jack Forsythe, a sophomore studying sports business. This weekend the club is looking forward to competing against Cal Poly on Feb. 22 in Tempe, Arizona.

The spikeball players practice at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and 9 p.m. on Wednesdays.

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