The Master's College

TMC Alumni Dodger Game Again a Home Run

June 28, 2013

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – The famous chorus of the unofficial anthem for the game of baseball opens with “...Take me out to the ball game; take me out to the crowd...”

And on Wednesday night, June 26, The Master’s College Alumni Office did exactly that for over 220 alumni and family members attending the sixth annual “TMC Alumni Dodger Game” at Chavez Ravine.

“The Alumni Dodger Game is one of the main highlights of the year for our department because it’s the largest attended event that we host” said second-year TMC Alumni Director Steve Crawford. “This evening provides alumni an opportunity to reconnect with friends, take in the game, and eat some Dodger Dogs.”

Alumni from 1975 to recent 2013 graduates enjoyed discounted $10 tickets that included access to the All-You-Can-Eat Right Field Pavilion.

“What a great evening!” assessed first-year TMC Senior Development Officer Bob White. “I believe this is a fantastic opportunity for alumni who have been unattached for a while to come out and connect with old friends while watching a great game.”

For former Sweazy Hall resident, Theresa Barquero (B.A. Biblical Counseling, 1996-99), the evening meant more to her than casually taking in a baseball game.

“I think it’s great for the alumni to hang out with each other” commented Barquero. “As Christians, we are a part of the body and not just individuals. This event serves as a great reminder of our foundation in Christ, and also reminds us of our time at The Master’s College and how it provided us with a solid biblical world view.”

At the end of the night, the Dodgers topped the San Francisco Giants 4-2, subsequently sweeping them at home for the first time since 2009, sending the Mustang alumni back to their luxury charter buses with full stomachs and even fuller memories.

“It was a great time of bonding” further commented White, “I’m really excited for next year.”

The Master’s College Alumni Relations program is dedicated to build lifelong relationships with its graduates. For more information on the Alumni Relations Department, click here.