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Brian Idalski will be one of four coaches appearing at Tuesday's luncheon.
Fargo UND Fan Luncheon to feature four coaches
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Updated: Friday 11/12/2012 13:05:42 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. - North Dakota head football coach Chris Mussman and head women's hockey coach Brian Idalski, along with assistant men's hockey coach Brad Berry and assistant women's basketball coach Linda Sayavongchanh, will all appear as guest speakers at the UND Fan Luncheon in Fargo on Tuesday, Nov. 13, at noon.

The Fargo chapter of UND Fan Luncheons are held at the Ramada Plaza and Suites and are open to all fans and alumni of the University of North Dakota. Enjoy a gourmet lunch with the opportunity to meet UND coaches and win exclusive UND raffle prizes.

The luncheon cost is $11 per person and includes coffee and soft drinks. There is no reserved seating.

For more information, please contact Katie Horob, associate director of the North Dakota Champions Club, at katieh@undfoundation.org or call us at 800.543.8764.

Remaining Fargo UND Fan Luncheons:
November 13
December 11
January 8
February 12
March TBD
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