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Author Topic: Durham - NCCU Alumni Association (Eve of NCCU Homecoming) Event at CHAMPPS !!!  (Read 946 times)

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Event: Durham - NCCU Alumni Association (Eve of NCCU Homecoming) Event at CHAMPPS !!!

1988-89 Men's Basketball Team - The 1988-89 men's basketball team earned the 1989 NCAA Division II National Championship with an overall record of 28 wins and four losses. Under the tutelage of head coach Michael Bernard, the Eagles set an NCAA championship game record for largest margin of victory by defeating Southeast Missouri State 73-46.

INVITED: All NCCU Alumni and Friends DATE: Friday October 30, 2009 Eve of NCCU Homecoming Game

Screening of 1989 NCCU Men's Basketball Championship Game:
7:00 PM- 8:30 PM

Live Performance: World-renowned soul recording artist Juli Dexter
9:00 PM -10:00 PM

After Party: Hosted by TYPE and A.C.T. Productions 10:00 PM-2:00PM

LOCATION: Champps At The Streets At South Pointe

Cost: Everyone Free before 8:00 PM, Courtesy of the Durham Chapter - NCCU Alumni Association

Cost After 8:00 PM: $10 Advanced tickets can be purchased here for essence after party at Champps

Support the NCCU Alumni and Friends Food Drive:

We will be collecting items for the Durham Chapter's NCCU Alumni and Friends Food Drive at the door. Receive a raffle ticket for each non-perishable item you bring and you will be entered into the raffle for a pair of free tickets to see Will Downing, Najee and Masa.  
« Last Edit: October 28, 2009, 04:04:19 PM by Bro. Askia Musa Afiba »


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