Game Changers

JMU Holds Second Adaptive Sports Day

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Posted: February 10, 2014

Lena Campbell, 21, (right) of Hinton, and Aly Truesdale, 22, a James Madison University student volunteer, play sitting volleyball at Saturday’s Adaptive Sports Day in Godwin Hall. The event aims to show participants with disabilities they can fit in on a college campus and playing field as well as other students. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Daniel Barnhart, 19, an EMU sophomore from Grottoes with cerebral palsy, works out Saturday at JMU’s Adaptive Sports Day on a Quadriciser. The machine is designed to simulate the movements of walking for people who are unable to do so.
J. Phillip Williams Jr. of Vienna hits a return during a game with student volunteers and members of the James Madison University women’s volleyball team at Saturday’s Adaptive Sports Day.

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The 11-year-old from Mechanicsville met President Jonathan Alger, ate food…



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