The University of Ashland is offering paintball and target shooting instruction for students who wish to explore paintball in a new and exciting environment.
“The paintball is a fun way to bring people together to enjoy and learn about new technologies,” said the university’s director of athletics, Brian Smith.
The university will also offer students a weekend of paintball.
Students are required to wear a helmet and a mask, wear a cap, and to wear protective gear.
The team is not required to have a mask or cap on.
The Ashland paintballs will feature a different player than the Ashland team.
The Ashland student team will be playing against a team from the University of Illinois at Chicago, which has the top-ranked score in the country.
The university will have a large-scale paintball tournament this year, as well as several indoor tournaments.
In 2017, the university had the top three scorers in the paintball league in the United States.
The University of Iowa is also offering instruction to its students, but for less than half of the cost of a full-time student.
The University at Buffalo is hosting a tournament this week, with a maximum of 15 teams participating.
The tournament will feature paintball, shooting, and target practice.
The UB team will compete against a local club that will be sponsored by the team.
In addition, the UB paintball team will also compete against another local club, The Ohio State Club.
The UB Paintball team is hosting its first tournament this month.
The goal is to have as many players in the team as possible, and as many of the teams as possible.
The program will begin with the first match on Oct. 16.
The tournament is sponsored by Team A, which will include the University at Rochester and the UBIG Paintball Club.
Team B will be comprised of the University and The Ohio Valley Paintball Association.
The first tournament will be held on Oct 26 at 3:30 p.m. and the tournament will run for three weeks.
The first match will be played on Oct 23 at 1:30 a.m., and the first round of play will be on Oct 30.