Meet Head Coach Andrew Baxter at the New York Athletic Club in Manhattan, Sept. 4

Meet Head Coach Andrew Baxter at the New York Athletic Club in Manhattan, Sept. 4

(l-r) Director of Athletics Paul Schlickmann and Head Coach Andrew Baxter

This event is open to all alumni and Friends of Fairfield Men’s Lacrosse.

Fairfield University men's lacrosse Head Coach Andrew Baxter will meet Stags alumni, parents, and Friends of Men's Lacrosse on Wednesday, Sept. 4 at the New York Athletic Club in Manhattan from 6:30 to 9 p.m. The event is being hosted by Brian Hull '80, P'13.

Registration is complimentary for Friends of Men's Lacrosse and Fairfield University alumni. However, parents of a current Fairfield student-athlete will be charged $15 to ensure compliance with NCAA regulations.

Dress code is business attire. Suggested gift for non-monarch members is $100 to Fairfield Men's Lacrosse.

Please direct questions about the event or the Friends of Fairfield Men's Lacrosse to Rachel Kavanagh, Program Manager for Athletic Giving, at rkavanagh@fairfield.edu.

An Evening with Head Coach Andrew Baxter

Date: Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2019
Time: 6:30 – 9 p.m.
Location:

New York Athletic Club (Colonial Room)
180 Central Park S
New York, NY 10019

Additional Details:

Dress code is business attire. Suggested gift for non-monarch members is $100 to Fairfield Men's Lacrosse.

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Last modified: 08-16-19 8:52 AM

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