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The winner of a college lacrosse game was decided by a game of rock, paper, scissors

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Last weekend, Western Michigan University and the University of Dayton lacrosse teams found an unconventional way to settle a game –- over a friendly game of rock, paper, scissors.

When a line of weather terminated competition, the two teams couldn't wait it out. So naturally, an alternative method ensued.

Unfortunately for Dayton, Western Michigan left with the win.

"It was all in the spur of the moment," Adam Wissman, a member of the Dayton squad, told the Dayton Daily News.

"We had driven a long way to play, so I guess we had to compete on some level. I asked one of the guys to play a game of rock, paper, scissors to decide a 'winner' and then a mob of teammates just surrounded us. Overall pretty tough loss for UD, but we'll recover."

Guess you never know when you'll be able to resurrect your old childhood pastimes.

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