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Fargo hosts final UND Fan Luncheon of 2013-14
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Updated: Friday 04/07/2014 11:19:30 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Four University of North Dakota head coaches will serve as guest speakers at the monthly UND Fan Luncheon tomorrow in Fargo, the final one of the 2013-14 season.

Tuesday's lineup will feature women's basketball coach Travis Brewster, baseball coach Jeff Dodson, women's hockey coach Brian Idalski and volleyball coach Mark Pryor.

Paul Ralston, the radio voice of UND men's basketball, will serve as the emcee.

For just $11 per person, fans can enjoy a gourmet lunch, hear from UND coaches and administrators, and win exclusive UND Athletics raffle prizes.

The UND Fan Luncheons are open to all alumni and fans of UND Athletics. The Fargo luncheons are held at the Ramada Plaza and Suites at 1635 42nd Street South.

For additional information, please contact Katie Horob, Associate Director of North Dakota Champions Club, at katieh@undfoundation.org, or call us at 800.543.8764.
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