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Today's fan luncheon will be held on the concourse of the Alerus Center with a program featuring four coaches and UND football seniors starting at Noon.
Reminder: Attend today's fan luncheon
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Updated: Friday 11/08/2013 07:52:10 (ET)
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Join University of North Dakota coaches, fans and staff at the UND Fan Luncheon today at noon. Hear from UND coaches and have a great lunch on the Alerus Center Concourse.

Friday's luncheon will feature head football coach Chris Mussman, head men's and women's swimming and diving coach Chris Maiello, head volleyball coach Ashley Hardee and head men's basketball coach Brian Jones. Also in attendance will be many of 17 seniors on the UND football team, who will be recognized and able to share some of their fondest memories from their time on the gridiron.

Everyone is welcome to attend the luncheons, which are held at the Alerus Center before home football and men's hockey games. The cost is $10 for a buffet style meal, including beverage and dessert. Doors open at 11:30 with the program starting at noon.
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