Active Ankle 2011 Challenge Schedule
Active Ankle Challenge Tournaments 2011 Schedule Announced
For Immediate Release
August 1, 2011
Gardner, KS (August 1, 2011) — Active Ankle Systems, Inc. will once again sponsor the Active Ankle Challenge Volleyball Tournaments that are being hosted by collegiate teams across the country this fall. This is the 3rd year for many of the tournaments, with this being the 1st year for the University of Florida.
“Active Ankle is excited to have such a great group of teams participating in the 2011 Active Ankle Challenges, “ National Sales and Promotion Manager, Glen Snow said. “We have had long standing relationships with many of these schools and are thrilled to be adding a new host school to the tournament schedule.”
The tournaments schedule will start August 26 & 27th with University of Florida Volleyball hosting Auburn, Boston College, and the University of North Carolina. Ball State University will also host their tournament that weekend starting August 26‐28th with Loyola‐Chicago and IPFW being their tournament challengers.
Oregon State University will be next in line hosting their tournament September 4th & 5th involving Cal State‐Bakersfield, Loyola Marymount and Seattle University. Purdue will follow with their challenge being September 9th & 10th hosting Ball State University, Jacksonville State University, and Western Carolina.
University of California‐Irvine will round out the tournament schedule hosting Idaho and Utah State on September 16th and 17th.
“We are looking forward to some great competition and encourage fans to come out and support their local host teams.” Glen Snow said. “Hopefully, we will continue to see this tournament series continue to grow.”
To learn more about Active Ankle, please visit www.activeankle.com. To follow results from the tournaments, follow us on Twitter.About Active Ankle
Active Ankle Systems, Inc., purchased in July 2008 by Cramer Products, Inc. is a worldwide leader in the development of high‐value, high‐function ankle and foot products since 1989. Athletic Trainers and physical therapists have long used the Active Ankle brace and other innovative products for injury care, prevention and rehabilitation.