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Men's basketball coach Brian Jones will speak at Friday's UND Fan Luncheon.
Six speakers set for UND Fan Luncheon on Friday
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Updated: Thursday 01/23/2014 16:13:45 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- North Dakota men's basketball coach Brian Jones, women's hockey coach Brian Idalski, swimming and diving coach Chris Maiello and Bemidji State women's hockey assistant coach Amber Fryklund will be among the guest speakers at Friday's UND Fan Luncheon at Alerus Center.

Additionally, women's hockey players Kayla Berg and Tanja Eisenschmid will also address the crowd.

Tomorrow's luncheon will be held in Ballroom 5.

UND Fan Luncheons are held every week of a home football or men’s hockey game. For just $10, fans can enjoy a buffet-style meal, including beverages and dessert, and listen to a variety of UND head coaches, student-athletes and administrators.

Doors open at 11:30 a.m. with the program beginning at noon.

For more information about the UND Fan Luncheon visit UNDalumni.org.

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