A daily look at the Bloomsburg University Athletic teams.

Let's the playoffs begin...

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 8:22 AM

Sitting at Sports Stadium blogging! The PSAC field hockey final four starts in about 37 minutes as I write this. IUP and Kutztown start things off at noon followed by BU and Shippensburg at 2:30 p.m. We'll be posting some updates to the blog throughout the afternoon.

Tomorrow the cross country teams race at the PSAC Championships at Lock Haven. Check out the BU web site for a preview.

The soccer teams visit Millersville tomorrow night. The women at 6 p.m. followed by the men at 8:30 p.m.

The football team hosts West Chester in a matchup to decide the PSAC East title. Kickoff is 3:30 p.m. Over 800 Gold Rush t-shirts have been sold for the game. Remember to make Redman a sea of gold tomorrow.

BE HUSKY PROUD!!!

A great Thursday...

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 11:54 AM

It's a great Thursday...the Phillies won the World Series. All us long-suffering fans can now celebrate!

Now let's talk about the Huskies. The women's soccer team played to a 1-1, 2 OT tie with West Chester last night. The two teams remain tied for the top spot in the PSAC East with 25 points each with one last regular season game to go. While the Huskies don;t know who they will face in the playoffs, for sure there will be a PSAC quarterfinal game on Tuesday at 1 p.m.

The men's team lost 3-0 to West Chester and will close out their season at Millersville Saturday night at 8:30 p.m.

The PSAC field hockey playoffs start tomorrow here at Bloomsburg.The first game is set for noon with IUP vs. Kutztown followed at 2:30 p.m. by BU and Shippensburg. The title game is Saturday at 12:30 p.m. Come out and support D-II's top team, the Huskies!

Don't forget its a gold rush game on Saturday. We want a sea of gold to great the Huskies as they come through the tunnel!

BE HUSKY PROUD!!!

Happy Wednesday....

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 1:02 PM

Another cold day in Bloomsburg...but it's Wednesday so that is good.

Soccer tonight...Bloomsburg hosting West Chester. The women start at 5:30 p.m. and the men at 7:30 p.m. The women's matchup features the top two teams in the PSAC East with both tied for the top spot in the division. Whichever teams wins the game will take the lead in the race for first place.

The women's soccer is also ranked 15th in the country in D-II by the Soccer Coaches Association. BU is also ranked #1 in the region by the coaches, fourth in Atlantic Region by the NCAA. The top six teams in each region at the end of the conference playoffs earns a bid to the NCAA championships.

The PSAC field hockey final four is at BU this weekend. Read a preview of the tournament by clicking here.

Gold rush shirts at the University Store sold out... but more are on the way!!! Whatever is not sold in the store prior to the game will be sold at Redman Stadium on Saturday. Remember...make it a sea of gold as the Huskies battle it out for the PSAC East title with West Chester.

A few people have asked me about the Blue Lot parking. As you go past Sports Stadium you'll come to a stop sign. Turn left and follow the road to that lot. Shuttles will be running back to Redman Stadium.

Vote Danny Hale in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year program. The link is to the left.

Coming into town..be sure to check out our corporate partners. A list of them is available at this web page. Let them know you appreciate their support of the Huskies.

BE HUSKY PROUD..Support Bloomsburg Athletics both financially and through your attendance at a game!!!

An ugly day in Bloomsburg

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 10:27 AM

It's rainy here in Bloomsburg (and snowing in other parts of the area today)...

Let's review the weekend...a good one for BU.
The football team beat Shippensburg, 21-0; the men's soccer team over Kutztown, 4-2; the women's soccer team over Kutztown, 1-0; the field hockey team beat CW Post 5-1; the women's swim team beat Mansfield, 77-57, and the cross country teams both took second at the Elizabethtown/Millersville Invitational. Not bad at all!

Rankings are out today for some sports. Football remains the top ranked team in the Super Regional One and is number four according to the American Football Coaches Association and number six by d2football.com.

The field hockey team holds on to the top spot in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association poll for the second straight week.

Jamie Vanartsdalen once again named the PSAC East player of the week in field hockey. She has owned the award the last week as she looks to cap a brilliant career with a PSAC and NCAA title.

The soccer teams play tomorrow at home with West Chester. The women are tied with the Golden Rams for the top spot in the PSAC East so it is a big matchup.

Some notes about this weekend...it will be busy at BU. The PSAC field hockey championships will be at Sports Stadium on Friday and Saturday. The semifinals at noon and 2:30 p.m. with the championship game on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. The football team will be playing for the PSAC East title against West Chester starting at 3:30 p.m. It's a gold rush game so we want to see the stands filled with gold shirts (put a sweatshirt underneath your gold shirt if it gets cold!). Gates open at 2 p.m. and there will be a second ticket booth open at the student end of the stadium for all to use. A shuttle will run from the blue lot to the stadium so take advantage of that this week.

REMEMBER...Let's show up in numbers and support the Huskies this weekend!!!

Friday Is here

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 10:54 AM

It's Friday and we're getting ready for the weekend...

Tomorrow the men's and women's soccer teams will be home with Kutztown. The women, ranked 18th in D-II, play at 1 p.m. followed by the men at 3 p.m.

The football team, ranked 4th in D-II, plays at Shippensburg. The game is on SportsFever TV. Here in Bloomsburg and Northeast PA, check the game out on FOX 56, WOLF-TV. Kickoff is at 12:30 p.m.

The cross country teams will be at Elizabethtown College tomorrow. The women's swim team is home with Mansfield at 1 p.m.

On Sunday, the field hockey, ranked number one, plays at CW Post starting at 2 p.m.

Waiting for some examples of folks showing that they are Husky Proud! Send me an photos of you flying flag or doing something else to show your pride!

Vote Danny Hale in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year program. The link is to the left.

See you Monday!!!

It's Late on Thursday

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 12:15 PM

It's been a busy day...out of the office in the morning and catching up on a lot of e-mails upon my return.

Last night the field hockey team won its 18th game of the year, a 3-2, win over Mansfield. The Mountaineers were just the third team to score more than one goal on the Huskies in a game this season.Bloomsburg plays at CW Post on Sunday.

The NCAA women's soccer rankings are out and the Huskies are sixth in the Atlantic Region. Now the observant among you will say that yesterday I had BU at second. Well, the second place ranking is according to the coaches association. The sixth place rank is from the NCAA committee and the one that really matters.

I just a Gold Rush t-shirt that the University Store is selling for the Huskies game with West Chester next week. They are very nice and well worth the $10 cost. Earlier in the week I posted a link to the University Store web site where you can get purchase one, check it out and support the Huskies.

I hope you are not tired of me drumming up support for the Huskies with the slogan be HUSKY PROUD! I think those of us who are passionate about BU athletics need to step up both financially and by coming to a game. The West Chester game would be a great place to start....AND BE LOUD!!! We need Redman to rock on Nov. 1st!!!

Also, on Nov. 1st we hope the BU field hockey team will be playing in the PSAC title game at Sports Stadium. If you have never been to a field hockey game that day would be a time to start. This could be one of the best field hockey teams ever at BU (and that would be saying something!)

It's the Middle of the Week

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 10:04 AM

It's Wednesday...Halfway through the work week.

In soccer action last night at ESU, the women's team beat East Stroudsburg 2-1, while the men battled hard, but lost 1-0, in OT. Both teams host Kutztown this coming Saturday. The women at 1 p.m. and the men at 3 p.m.

The women's soccer team is ranked 18th in the country and second in the Atlantic region.

Today the field hockey team will play at Mansfield at 4 p.m. One more goal for the Huskies and they will set a new D-II record for goals scored in a season. (FYI...the Huskies set the current record of 132 last year!)

Received word that the Big 10 network will not be carrying the BU-Penn State men's basketball game on Nov. 9th. Not sure why the change, but of course WHLM radio will carry the game locally here in Bloomsburg and on the internet at www.whlmam.com.

Think someone you know who is a former BU athlete is worthy of induction into the Hall of Fame? Send a name and any supporting info you might have to me, Tom McGuire, in the BU Sports Information Office or through e-mail at tmcguire@bloomu.edu

BE HUSKY PROUD! SUPPORT BLOOMSBURG UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS BOTH FINANCIALLY AND WITH YOUR ATTENDANCE AT A GAME!!!

It's Hard to Come up with a Creative Headline

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 7:39 AM

You know...some days I just can't think of a creative headline for the blog...today is one of those days.

No action yesterday for the Huskies. Today the men's and women's soccer teams play at East Stroudsburg. The men start at 5 p.m. and the women at 7 p.m.

Make it five times now that Jamie Vanartsdalen has been named the PSAC East Player of the Week in field hockey. Pretty soon they'll name the award in her honor she has won it so many times!

Football rankings are out and the Huskies are now number four in the American Football Coaches Association top 20 poll. The Huskies are now number six in the d2football.com poll and still number one in the NCAA Super Region One ranking. The NCAA rankings are what determine the teams for NCAA championships.

Got some nice feedback on the pictures of BU fans being Husky Proud! If you have anything you'd like to share with the group drop me an e-mail at tmcguire@bloomu.edu

Vote...in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year program. The link is to the left of this blog entry.

Homecoming is Nov. 1st...It's a Gold Rush game...be sure to wear gold to the game and support the Huskies!! Gates open at 2 p.m. with kickoff at 3:30 p.m. BE HUSKY PROUD!!!!

Monday...Looking Back at the Weekend

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 12:07 PM

A rare treat that I get to update the blog on a Monday...

Last weekend was a good one for the Huskies. On Friday the Huskies cross country teams took part in the Penn State Invitational meet. On Saturday BU football made it 13 straight going back to last year with a win over Cheyney. The field hockey team won on both Saturday and Sunday and are now 17-1 for the season. The men's soccer team won its 7th game of the season in 2 OT's, while the women's soccer also went 2 OT's to win on Saturday. The men's and women's swim teams also opened their seasons on Saturday by taking first place at the BU Relays. The Huskies are coached by former BU great Stu Marvin.

Things are quiet today for the Huskies.

The win on Saturday in field hockey clinched the PSAC East title for the Huskies. Bloomsburg will now host the PSAC championship on Oct. 31-Nov. 1. Start times on Friday will be noon and 2:30 p.m. with the championship game at Bloomsburg at 1 p.m. on Saturday. Pairings will be announced later.

Vote Danny Hale in the Coach of Year program. Danny is sixth right now in the balloting.

A few things to mark down...Homecoming on Nov. 1st with West Chester. Kickoff at 3:30 p.m. Gates open at 2 p.m. It's a Gold Rush that day so be sure to wear gold. Buy a commerative gold rush t-shirt from the University store. You can see what the shirt looks like here to the left.

Another example of Huskies pride is on display...this time in Lawrence, Kansas! Bill Patt, class of 1979 with this photo of a BU flag flying on his home. If you are Husky Proud send me an example for the blog and I'll post it.

Be Husky Proud!...Support BU athletics both financially and with your attendance at a sporting event.

Working for the Weekend

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 5:47 AM

It's Friday and we're getting ready for the weekend...

No action last night for the Huskies.

Today the cross country teams will visit Penn State for the Penn State National Invitational. Action gets underway at 10 a.m. This is the last big meet for the Huskies prior to the PSAC championships and will feature a deep field of Division I teams, including teams such as Duke, Kentucky,Rice Wake Forest,Tennessee,West Virginia. We'll have results available on the BU web site.

Check out the USA Today sports section...page 8...for a story on the Huskies' Jamie Vanartsdalen. Read it online at by clicking here.

Tomorrow is a busy day for the Huskies teams.The football team will play at Cheyney starting at 1 p.m. The Huskies have won 12 straight dating back to last year. It is the third longest win streak in the country in college football across all divisions.

The field hockey team will host Kutztown starting at noon. The Huskies are 15-1 and can clinch the PSAC Eastern Division title with a win and the right to host the PSAC championships on Oct. 31 - Nov. 1.

The men's and women's soccer teams will visit Shippensburg tomorrow. The men play at 3 p.m. followed by the women at 5:30 p.m. The men are 6-5-4 on the season, while the women are 10-3 and ranked third in their region.

The winter sports season gets underway tomorrow with the men's and women's teams and new head coach Stu Marvin hosting the Bloomsburg Relays at 1 p.m. at the Nelson pool. Check out the results on the BU sports web site.

Remember...be Husky Proud! Support the Huskies both financially and with your attendance at a sporting event.

Thursday Roundup

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 5:49 AM

Good morning...here is Thursday's Huskies Daily Update...

Last night the men's soccer team won its sixth game of the year with a 1-0, OT win against Shepherd University. Marcus Valeriano scored the game's only goal 2:32 into the extra period. Bloomsburg is 6-5-4 on the year.

No action today for any Bloomsburg teams.

NCAA regional rankings for women's soccer have been released the Huskies are ranked third in the Atlantic Region. Bloomsburg is 10-3 on the year and has reached double digit wins for the first time since 2002.

Don't forget the Gold Rush on Nov. 1st versus West Chester and keep voting in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year program. The link is to the left on this page.

Not much else to report on this morning.

Remember...Be Husky Proud and support BU Athletics both financially and with your attendance at a home sporting event!

Midweek Here already

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 12:18 PM

It's Wednesday already....

Last night the field hockey team improved to 15-1 on the year with a 5-0 win over Millersville. The Huskies play home this weekend with Kutztown on Saturday and Philadelphia University on Sunday.

The men's soccer team faces Shepherd University tonight at 6 p.m. at Sports Stadium.

Up on the web today check out the photo of the 2008 BU Athletic Hall of Fame inductees.

A few things to mark down...Homecoming on Nov. 1st with West Chester. Kickoff at 3:30 p.m. Gates open at 2 p.m. It's a Gold Rush that day so be sure to wear gold. Buy a commerative gold rush t-shirt from the University store. You can see what the shirt looks like here to the left.

Also, the PSAC field hockey final four will be held on Oct. 31st and Nov. 1st. Bloomsburg has clinched a tie for the PSAC Eastern title with the winner of the Eastern Division playing host to the final four.

Vote Danny Hale in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year poll.The link is on the left side of the page.

Be Husky Proud...Support the Huskies both financially and with your presence at a game!!!

Welcome to a Tuesday Morning....

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 5:41 AM

Tuesday morning....foggy here in Bloomsburg...but enough on the weather!

Looking back to the weekend it was a good one for the Huskies. The football, women's soccer, field hockey (twice) and a men's tennis (Fernando Perez) all won games/matches/and or a tournament during the weekend. You can read all about the results on the web page.

Jamie Vanartsdalen was named the PSAC East field hockey player of the week for the period ending Sunday. Vanartsdalen scored 10 points last week on three goals and four assists to her the honor for the fourth time this season.

Tuesday is ranking day for most sports. So far we have the football rankings in to us and there was no change in any of the rankings/polls. The Huskies remain number one in the NCAA Super Region One ranking (this is the ranking that selects teams for the NCAA championships), number six in the American Football Coaches Poll and number seven in the D2football.com poll. Regional rankings for women's soccer and field hockey will be released later today.

Today the field hockey team will go on the road to face Millersville at 4 p.m. Get the score tonight on the Huskies web site or by calling the Husky Hotline at 570-389-2828.

The University Store is selling commerative Gold Rush t-shirts for the Homecoming game on Nov. 1st. Order yours today at the University Store. Also, it’s Touchdown Tuesday at the University Store and because of the Huskies big win over East Stroudsburg last Saturday the discount is 25% Off Clothing and Insignia Gifts.

A week or so ago I asked for anyone who is Husky Proud to send me examples of their Husky pride. Rod Dodson, class of 1983, who now lives in Caledonia, Michigan, proudly flies his Bloomsburg University flag each weekend. Rod lives near Grand Rapids, a stones throw from Grand Valley State, the perennial D-2 power. If you have examples of being Husky Proud e-mail them to tmcguire@bloomu.edu and I will try and use them in blog.

Don't forget to vote in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year program. The link is on the side bar of the Huskies Daily Update Blog. We need to get Coach Hale into the top three of Division II!

It's Friday...A Busy Weekend Ahead

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 6:08 AM

Hi everyone...

It's Friday and morning the sports info office is prepping for a big weekend.

We start things off tonight with the Hall of Fame dinner. We're expecting over 170 people for the dinner. A great showing to honor five former BU greats, Roly Lamy, Tim Pritchard, Jim Garman, Sharon Reilly Zemaitis and Keith Torok.

On Saturday and Sunday we host the PSAC Individual and Doubles tennis championships. Action gets underway at 11 a.m. Saturday and 8:30 a.m. on Sunday.

At noon on Saturday BU football hosts East Stroudsburg. The game can be seen on state-wide TV through the Sports Fever TV network. Check your local listings for the station in your area. For those of you in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton TV market, the game can be seen on FOX 56, WOLF-TV.

At noon the field hockey team plays host to Slippery Rock, while at 3 p.m. the women's soccer team will host Pitt-Johnstown. The men's soccer team in away tomorrow at Slippery Rock.

We wrap up the weekend on Sunday with another field hockey game at noon with Catawba College.

It's military appreciation day on Saturday at the football game. All military personnel and their families will be admitted to the game free of charge. We'll also be collecting items for our troops so bring some snacks, DVD's, phone cards, etc for our troops.

A story in the Easton, PA Express-Times today about BU captain Jon Ochs. Read the story at the Easton Express Times.

It was a good Tuesday night....

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 8:34 AM

No debate about it...last night was a good night at BU with both soccer teams winning.

The women won 1-0, while the men pulled out a 3-2 win in overtime. Both teams return to action on Saturday...the men at Slippery Rock, while the women host Pitt-Johnstown.

Tonight the field hockey team will host East Stroudsburg at 6 p.m. at Sports Stadium. The Huskies are 11-1 on the year and lead the PSAC Eastern Division with a record of 4-0.

Vote for Danny Hale in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year program. The link is on the left side of this site.

There is a new poll posted on the left as well. Wondering what you think is the best sporting achievement for BU this decade. Take a second and vote.

Remember...be HUSKY PROUD!! Support the Huskies both financially and with your attendance at at game!

Tuesday In the Fall

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 10:22 AM

It's Tuesday afternoon again...

A look back at the weekend (briefly)...Football and women's soccer won; the men's soccer team came up short; the cross country had a decent race at Slippery Rock and the men's tennis team sent a few players to the semi-finals of the ITA regionals. Overall, a decent weekend for the Huskies.

Today the women's soccer team hosts Mansfield at 5:30 p.m. at Sports Stadium, while the men will host Holy Family in a non-conference game at 7:30 p.m.

Rankings are out today and the field hockey team stays at number two in the nation. The Huskies host East Stroudsburg tomorrow night at 6 p.m. at Sports Stadium.

The football team is ranked number one in the NCAA D-II Super Region One (the NCAA dropped geographical names for each region). The top six teams in each region at the end of the season advance to the NCAA playoffs. The Huskies are also ranked number six in the American Football Coaches Association poll and number seven by d2football.com.

Don't forget to vote Danny Hale in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year program. There is a link to the left of this posting. Let's get Danny up to number one.

This weekend is fall break here at Bloomsburg. We need everyone to come out and support the Huskies in what is going to be a huge game with East Stroudsburg. Kickoff is set for noon. All military personnel and their families will be admitted free to the game. We're asking all fans to bring some items for our troops serving oversees. you can bring snacks, toiletries, phone cards, etc.

Homecoming is not too far off. Make plans to attend the football game with West Chester. We're planning a Gold Rush. More details next week.

That's all for now...remember BE HUSKY PROUD. Support your team both financially and with your attendance at a game!!

The Weekend is Nearly Upon Us...

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 6:26 AM

It's Friday and the weekend is nearly upon us.

Let's look ahead to what is happening with BU sports this weekend.

Just two home events this weekend for the Huskies. Tomorrow through Monday the ITA Atlantic and East Region men's tennis regional championships will be held on the Huskies' home courts. Hopefully the weather is better than last weekend!

Also, the women's soccer team will host Gannon at 1 p.m. at Sports Stadium. The Huskies are 7-3 on the year.

The men's soccer team will play at Lock Haven at 2 p.m. tomorrow. Bloomsburg is 4-3-4 on the year.

The cross country teams got out to Slippery Rock for a big meet called the SRU Pre-National Invitational. (The regional and national championships will be held on this course). The 6,000-meter women's competition, set to start at 11 a.m., will feature five teams currently ranked in the U. S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Division II national poll. That elite group includes #6 Cal State Los Angeles, #14 UC San Diego, #17 Bloomsburg, #19 Dallas Baptist (TX) and the 25th-ranked Slippery Rock women. The 8,000-meter men's race, set to start at 11:45 a.m., will feature #20 Lock Haven and #24 UC San Diego.

The football team will visit winless Millersville tomorrow starting at 1 p.m. The Huskies are 5-0 on the year, 2-0 in the PSAC East. Bloomsburg will be back home a week from tomorrow to face East Stroudsburg.

Don't forget to vote for Danny Hale in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year program. Let's get Danny Hale to the number one spot! (I'm the SID and I approved this message).

Congratulations to coach Jan Hutchinson for being selected for induction into the East Stroudsburg Athletic Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. tomorrow on the ESU campus. We'll have a release on the web site later today.

Huskies in the news....BU football player Marcus Zimmerman was featured in a story yesterday in the Lancaster newspaper. Paste this link into your browser to read the story. http://blogs.lancasteronline.com/jeffreyreinhart/2008/10/02/podcast-with-former-manheim-central-star-marcus-zimmerman-plus-bloom-mu-grid/

Heard yesterday from a BU alum living in Michigan...not to far from D-II power Grand Valley. He proudly stated he flies his BU house flag each day. Way to go!!

BE HUSKY PROUD...MAKE PLANS TO COME AND SEE THE HUSKIES PLAY (unless you live in Michigan...then we'll cut you some slack.)

A split last night

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 6:05 AM

Thursday morning...starting to feel like fall here in Bloomsburg.

Last night the women's soccer team beat Millesville 2-1 in overtime. The Huskies trailed 1-0 until the 81st minute when Suzie Wade scored. After reaching the end of regulation, Kelly Modes scored the gamewinner for Bloomsburg in the 98th minute. The Huskies are now 7-3 on the year and 4-2 in the PSAC. Bloomsburg will host Gannon on Saturday.

The men's soccer team lost to Millersville 2-0. The Huskies fall to 4-3-4 with the loss, 1-2-2 in the PSAC East. The Huskies play at Lock Haven on Saturday.

It will be a quiet night on Thursday as there is no action for any Bloomsburg team.

Be sure to make plans to attend an upcoming BU home sporting event. We need to make Bloomsburg the toughest place in the PSAC to play. Don't forget the Gold Rush on Nov. 1st with West Chester. Be There...Be Loud...WEAR GOLD!

Don't forget to vote Danny Hale in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Program. The link is on the side of this blog. Danny is in 5th place right now.

Support those who support the Huskies. Go to our corporate partner page http://www.bloomu.edu/sports/athleticmarketing/sponsors.shtml to see which local businesses are HUSKY PROUD!

Feel free to leave comments in the comment area about the blog or anything concering BU athletics. I will try and address any items in a future blog posting.

Wow...Wednesday Already

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 11:31 AM

Can't believe it's Wednesday afternoon already...

No action last night for the Huskies. Tonight there is a soccer twinbill against Millersville. The men get underway at 5:30 p.m. and the women follow at 7:30 p.m. Be sure to check out the web site tonight for results. Or, if you can't get to the computer you can call the Husky Hotline at 570-389-2828 for the results.

A couple of reminders...I hope you are voting each day in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year poll. I have link on the side of this page that will take you to the Coach of the Year web site. Danny Hale is in the top five last I looked. Let's get him up to #1.

Don't forget we are going to collect items for our troops serving oversees on Oct. 11th. Bring an snacks, books, movies,toiletries, etc with you to the game.

We've got a gold rush planned for homecoming on Nov. 1st. Be sure to wear gold to game in support of the Huskies!

On another note, check out our corporate partners at www.buhuskies.com..click on corporate partners. Let them know you appreciate their support of Huskies Athletics.

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