2019 EWeek Engineering Broomball

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Event sponsored by the College of Engineering, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), and the Recruiting Engaging and Advancing Chemical Engineers (REACH), UD Student Chapters.


Can't sleep or maybe you're just a night-owl? Come out and support the only late-night event of EWeek hosted annually by the COE and a few RSOs! Feel free to get out there on the ice or cheer from the stands! Warm refreshments will be provided. Registration is NOT necessary, HOWEVER, all players will be required to sign a 'waiver' before setting foot on the ice, so be sure to show up a few minutes early!

What is Broomball? Broomball is a recreational non-contact ice game played in a hockey rink, on ice without ice skates. Players are given a 'broom' stick to hit the ball, and a helmet for safety. Goals are scored by hitting the ball into your opponent's net using your broom. A goaltender guards the goal, and everyone else attempts to score on their opponents goal or protect their own team's goal. Tactics and plays are similar to those used in sports such as ice hockey, roller hockey, and floorball.

Photography and videography from this event may be used for promotional purposes. Notify the event photographer at the time the photograph is being taken if you prefer not to be photographed.

Saturday, February 23, 2019 at 10:00pm to 12:00am

Fred Rust Ice Arena

Event Type

Students, Academics, Community, College of Engineering, Special Events






This event is free. Doors open at 9:30 pm. UD Students/Staff ONLY - must bring UD ONE card.

ENGR - Academic Affairs, ENGR - Biomedical Engineering, ENGR - Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, ENGR - Civil & Environmental, ENGR - Computer & Information Sciences, ENGR - Electrical & Computer Engineering, ENGR - Materials Science & Engineering, ENGR - Mechanical Engineering


Contact Email or

Contact Name

Shuja Abbas, AIChE or Marisa Wildonger, REACH

Contact Phone



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