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UB Athletic Brand Launched with 'UB Blue Day and Pep Rally'
By Stirling Strachan, Bahamas Information Services
Mar 3, 2017 - 5:06:12 PM

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(BIS Photo/Derek Smith)

Nassau, The Bahamas -- Presenting its athletics brand to the community, the University of The Bahamas (UB) held a fun-filled 'UB Blue Day and Pep Rally' on Thursday, March 2, at the Oakes Field Campus, introducing the men's basketball team, 'UB Mingoes,' and the institution's 'Mingoes Mascot' to the student body and the general public.

The word, Mingoes, is in recognition of the National Bird, the flamingo.

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(BIS Photo/Derek Smith)

At the pep rally, the Miss UB contestants were revealed, in lead-up to the contest on March 9.

The Mingoes inaugural baskeball game is against the P.J. Stingers on Saturday, March 4, at 9:00 p.m. at the Kendal Isaacs Gym.

UB Blue Day is a chance for the campus community to sport its UB Royal Blue.

President of the University of The Bahamas, Dr. Rodney Smith is pictured with basketball team members, and the Mascot, during the pep rally.   (BIS Photos/Derek Smith)

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(BIS Photo/Derek Smith)



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