Garza competes in 2023 FISU World University Games

School of Kinesiology undergraduate student Eugenia Garza will compete at the 2023 FISU 31st World University Games in Lake Placid, NY, January 13-15. She will be representing Team Mexico in figure skating at the largest multi-sport collegiate event in the world (12 sports, 1500 athletes, 600 universities, 50 countries). Garza is a second-year student majoring in the field of kinesiology and a member of the Affordance Perception-Action Lab (APAL), directed by Dr. Tom Stoffregen.

Garza commented, “…Having this event where I get to represent my school as well as my home country is an incredible honor and a total reward. I’m super pumped that this event is a culmination of my academic and athletic achievements and hopefully will serve as a steppingstone for the rest of the season and next.”

All events will be live streamed at and will be available on demand. Fans can follow the Lake Placid 2023 FISU World University Games on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter with @LakePlacid2023, @SaveWinterHQ, #lakeplacid2023, #savewinter.