Oct. 10, 2012
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The Providence College Athletic Department hosted its annual Season Ticket Holder Party on Thursday, October 4 in the Peterson Recreation Center on the campus of Providence College.More than 1,000 season ticket holders attended the event.
A full dinner buffet was provided, followed by remarks from Athletics Director Bob Driscoll, men's head basketball coach Ed Cooley, women's basketball head coach Susan Robinson Fruchtl, men's ice hockey head coach Nate Leaman, women's ice hockey head coach Bob Deraney, and junior Kadeem Batts (Powder Springs, Ga.) of the men's basketball team.
The event was developed as a way to show appreciation for each of the College's season ticket holders. It also provided fans the ability to meet each of the four head coaches and select members of each team in a casual setting. Members of the ticket office also were on hand to help with ticket renewals and purchases.
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