The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Henry Kiplagat, extended a courtesy call today to key figures in the university's sports community. The meeting included discussions with the Sports Officer, Mr. David Langat, the outgoing Sports Director, Beryl Oyoo, and the captains of various sports disciplines, including table tennis, basketball, football, and rugby. This gathering comes on the heels of Kabarak University's triumph in the Rift Valley Championships, earning them the honor of representing the institution at the national level.
The purpose of the courtesy call was to express appreciation for the remarkable achievements of the university's sports teams and to discuss additional support for the athletes gearing up for national competitions.
Kabarak University has a rich tradition of excellence, not only in academics but also in sports. The recent success of the various sports teams underscores the commitment to holistic development within the university. The outstanding performance of the table tennis, basketball, football, chess, and karate teams in the Rift Valley Championships reflects the dedication, hard work, and talent of the athletes, as well as the exceptional coaching and support staff.
During the meeting, the Vice Chancellor commended the athletes for their stellar performances and conveyed the university's pride in having such accomplished sports teams. He also acknowledged the outgoing Sports Director for her leadership and contribution to the success of the sports department.
In addition to expressing gratitude, the Vice Chancellor affirmed the university's commitment to providing unwavering support to the sports teams. This includes not only logistical and financial assistance but also ensuring that the athletes have access to the best training facilities and resources.
Kabarak University looks forward to seeing its sports teams shine on the national stage, representing not only the institution but also the values of excellence, sportsmanship, and dedication that define the Kabarak community.