Hall of Fame Golf Outing, May 11

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Hall of Fame Golf Outing, May 11

 

The 2015 Fairfield University Athletic Hall of Fame Golf Outing presented by USI Insurance Services is set for Monday, May 11 at The Patterson Club in Fairfield. Proceeds from the event will benefit Fairfield Athletics Sports Performance and the Fairfield University Rugby Club Sports Performance programs.

Visit www.fairfield.edu/golfouting to register and for more information.

In addition to 18 holes at one of the most respected and finest conditioned golf courses in New England, the day will include a luncheon and the 2015 Fairfield Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner.

The 2015 Hall of Fame class is comprised of five student-athletes representing four sports: Kate Abromovitch ’93 (women’s basketball), Dani Brown ’03 (field hockey), Doug Ciacci ’65 (men’s rugby – posthumous induction), Page Driscoll Syron ’98 (women’s basketball) and Kelly Steele Aldrich ’05 (women’s swimming and diving).

Also in conjunction with the event, the online portion of the FairfieldStags.com auction is now live. Get a headstart on bidding at www.fairfieldstags.com/auction until noon (EST) on Sunday, May 10. The auction will resume as a live, silent auction at The Patterson Club on May 11.

If the highest bidder after the online auction cannot attend the Hall of Fame Golf Outing, he or she will be able to place additional bids through phone or e-mail contact with a Fairfield Athletics representative.

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