[Author: Joe Fisher]
The Concordia University Texas Department of Athletics is hosting VorTex Kids Club, a series of virtual skills sessions for various sports. Boys and girls ages 5-12 are invited to participate.
Join CTX coaching staff June 1-July 31 for the free 20-minute sessions each week.
All sessions are held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons:
- Basketball on Mondays at 3 p.m.
- Baseball and Softball on Wednesdays at 3 p.m.
- Soccer on Fridays at 3 p.m.
All your kids need is a ball and a small space. They can join us for one session or participate in all three.
How to Join the Sessions
The process is simple. There's no need to register.
You can simply click the link a few minutes before the scheduled start time to view the live video, or you can join through your Zoom.com account and enter meeting ID 872 2078 2143.
Concordia Tornado Athletics
Concordia University Texas is home of the Tornados, and intercollegiate athletics are an integral part of who we are.
We have seven men's teams and eight women's teams that compete in NCAA Division III. The Tornados have won 10 ASC championships, four of which were claimed by Concordia Baseball. The newest addition to athletics is Concordia Esports, a competitive video gaming team that competes in the National Association of Competitive Esports (NACE).
Through life-changing competition, our student-athletes fine-tune their skills in the sport they love while developing important values, such as fair play, character and teamwork.
Join us for VorTex Kids Club.
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