Geo Duck or Banana Slug Fans May Want to Take Advantage of Timeshare Resales

This Timeshare Owners Blog post is for college sports fans everywhere-

While you may root for the Tigers, Wildcats, Jay Hawks, Blue Devils, Gators, Huskies, or other high profile college sports team, there are many fans cheering on the Geo Ducks, Banana Slugs, and Boll Weevils.

…Until this week, I’d never heard of any of these teams.

The Geo Ducks is the official team name for Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. These ducks, however, don’t quack. Geo Duck, pronounced gooey-duck, is the name of the largest burrowing clam in the world. “Go Clams Go!”

The student athletes of the University of California at Santa Cruz are known by the name Banana Slugs, while the men’s sports teams at the University of Arkansas at Monticello go by the name of Boll Weevils.

But the interesting team names don’t stop here. In the ranks of US universities and colleges, you will also find: Trolls, Stormy Petrels (a type of bird), Keel haulers, Ichabods, Cobbers, Gorlocks (even after Googling the word, I am not sure what a gorlock is), Lemmings, Poets, Moundbuilders, White Mules, and Squirrels. All of which suddenly make those names we are accustomed to, like the Trojans, Bruins, and Cardinals, seem downright boring.

And if you will be attending sporting events, art exhibits, plays, concerts, or any other activity at these uniquely-named universities and colleges, you can skip the motels and hotels, and schedule to stay in timeshare rentals or timeshare resales. There are great opportunities in timeshare resales and timeshare rentals at all of these locations, which means you never have to miss any of the Geo Duck and Banana Slug excitement.

Credit for the sports team information in this blog posting goes to Josh Pahigian, who wrote the original article for ESPN Travel. Click here to read the article in its entirety.

Timeshare resales that make it easy to take in home games for Geo Ducks:

For Banana Slugs fans:

And for supporters of the Boll Weevils:

And here is YouTube substantiation of the GeoDuck mascot in action: