Business & Industry Day
Victory Day is an organization that helps
provide fun and exciting game day experiences for special needs children, and
Hillsdale College is proud to be a partner with this organization. Participants
will get to spend the weekend with Charger football players starting Friday evening. A team meal will be followed by a series of on-the-field activities
with the players.
participants will get to run out onto the field with the Charger football
players prior to the start of the game against Michigan Tech University and
participate as honorary captains at the coin toss. At halftime, they will get
score touchdowns against defenses from Hillsdale and Reading High Schools while
bands and cheerleaders from those schools will be part of the activity.
are very excited to host Victory Day at Hillsdale College," said heads
coach Keith Otterbein. "It will be a great opportunity for our players, as
well as players from the local high schools to bond with the participants as
they experience a taste of the game we love."
2010 by Aaron Segedi, a Riverview native, current Trenton 7th grade Science
teacher and Varsity Football Defensive Coordinator, is a two-time cancer
survivor. He strongly believes that building character holds equal
importance to teaching his students – the next generation of leaders – the
game-winning plays and lessons they will need to embody and embrace both on and
off the football field. Coach Segedi creates a positive learning environment
and helps individuals with similar goals by "inspiring leadership and
instilling courage" through volunteerism and mentorship, often resulting
in life-long friendships and a commitment to community service.