July 24, 2017

Theta Sigma hosts sixth annual golf tournament

Written by Brian Schwartz

Theta Sigma (Cal State Long Beach) recently hosted its sixth annual golf tournament in honor of the late Matthew Rzyski.

Rzyski was a Founding Father and first warden of the Theta Sigma chapter, having transferred to Cal State Long Beach from Cal State Fullerton where he was also a member. 

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Rzyski passed away in June 2011, and is remembered as one of the chapter's most influential and respected leaders.

To honor him, the chapter set up a scholarship in his name and started hosting the Matthew Rzyski Memorial Golf Tournament in 2012. Active members, alumni and family members come together to play in the tournament. 

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Last modified on July 24, 2017

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