The GCU flag football club is a fast-paced, competitive team that is quickly becoming a popular club sports program on campus. Flag football is played with similar rules to football except that players wear a flag belt around their waists. Opponents attempt to remove the flag to replace the tackling of traditional football.
The GCU flag football club provides an opportunity for students to build community and enhance their college experience while competing on one of our flag football teams. Players learn to communicate and build a team culture that improves their individual skills and team synergy.
Each team hopes to practice multiple times per week, allowing for players to obtain new skills and improve upon old ones while helping teammates achieve success to become a better unit. The main goals of the flag football club are to compete, have fun and grow as teams and individuals. The flag football club is excited for the future of the program and welcomes any student to try out for our fun, competitive team.
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Kason Marques enters his first season as head coach of the GCU men’s club flag football team. Marques attended Kea’au High School in Hawaii, where he spent several years competing in traditional contact football. He attended Grand Canyon University, where he competed in intramural flag football for the next four years, including being named to two all-star teams, and an appearance at the 2015 NIRSA Tournament. After receiving his Bachelors of Science in Sports Management from GCU, Marques began coaching and served as the head coach of the GCU intramural team that competed at the NIRSA Tournament in 2016. Kason is excited to grow the men’s club flag football team where he expects to have multiple teams in the future, and to eventually host a NIRSA tournament on GCU’s campus.