Fairfield Athletics Unveils One Team, One Family Initiative

Fairfield Athletics Unveils One Team, One Family Initiative

One Team, One Family

Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Announces Department Theme for 2020-21

Fairfield Athletics has announced its department theme for the 2020-21 academic year: One Team, One Family. The phrase – chosen by the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) – is drawn from one of Fairfield's culture commitments, "Stags Care," as part of the "We Are Stags" initiative:

Stags Care: "We care more, risk more, and give more than others think wise or possible. We find strength in our diversity – one team, one family – whatever harms any Stag harms me."

One Team, One Family will be the driving force behind the Stags' competitive spirit, department-wide educational programming, and community service experiences throughout the academic year.

"'One Team, One Family' has always been a part of who we are as Stags, and I am proud that our student-athletes want to bring that aspect of our culture commitments to the forefront this year," said Director of Athletics Paul Schlickmann. "It's a phrase that represents the respect we have for one another, our commitment to unity and social justice, and our dedication to navigating a unique and challenging academic year as a community with a common goal."

One Team, One Family apparel is available now at the Fairfield Stags online team shop.

One Team One Family

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Last modified: 09-10-20 9:14 PM

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