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A look at tomorrow's UND Auction and Gala
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Updated: Thursday 04/18/2013 15:33:34 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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The University of North Dakota will host the UND Athletics Auction and Gala (formerly named Sioux-per Gala) tomorrow at the Betty Engelstad Sioux Center.

The Auction and Gala is the biennial, largest fundraising event for UND's athletics programs. Since its inception in 2004, the event has funded countless scholarships, totaling over $420,000 and has played a pivotal role in fulfilling our mission of building champion student-athletes in the classroom, in our communities and in competition.

Check out the videos below of a look ahead at tomorrow's event. Find our more information at undalumni.org/gala.

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