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2013 Hall of Fame Weekend List of Events

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Press Release MSSU:

This weekend,the Missouri Southern State University Athletics Department will induct fourindividuals into its Hall of Fame. Here is information about the eventssurrounding the weekend. 

WeekendSchedule:

Friday:

Lion PrideLunch- 11:45am SMBCommunity Center (7th and Duquesne)

Soccer vs.Central Oklahoma- 6pm  HalBodon Field

Hall of FameSocial- 7pm  and HolidayInn Main Atrium

Saturday:

SouthernStampede- 8am  CrossCountry course

Hall of FameBreakfast- 10am  BillingslyStudent Center Ballroom

Football vs.Lincoln- 2:37pm  FredG. Hughes Stadium at Robert W. Plaster Sports Complex

Volleyballvs. Northwest Missouri State- 6pm  RobertEllis Young Gym

Sunday:

Soccer vs.Northeastern State- 1pm  HalBodon Field

FAQ:

Parking:

Saturday dueto the Southern Stampede the North Grass lot from the football stadium will not be open fortailgating until after 1pm. All other football lots including lionbacker lot 17will be open just as normal.

Tickets:

In order tonot wait in line as long before the game this weekend remember that mssulions.comallows you to pick and print your tickets so that you don't need to wait inline to buy your seats. Also, for all students and faculty/staff you can redeemyour ID for tickets during the week at the ticket office in the basement ofBillingsly Student Center in order to not wait to scan in before the game.

Tailgating:

TouchdownAlley and the Zimmer tailgate will be open starting at 1pm.

Hall of Fame Events:

If you wouldlike to attend either the Hall of Fame Social on Friday night or the Breakfaston Saturday please RSVP to Kate Mata no later than Thursday September 19th.She can be reached at: 417-625-3576 or by email at: mata-k@mssu.edu

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