The Huskie Football Alumni invite Huskie Football supporters and local businesses to take part in the 14th Annual Alumni Fall Classic Golf Tournament August 22 at Dakota Dunes Golf Links. Registration is now open and opportunities for corporate sponsorship are available. “The tournament is a big contributor to our scholarship fund and we count on those scholarships for recruiting top talent every year,” said Coach Towriss. “It’s also great to see all the guys again and spend a day on the course after a long training camp.” The Fall Classic is your opportunity to mingle with current Huskies as they prepare for their non-conference game against the UBC Thunderbirds August | Full Article
The Huskies hit the field for two practices on Saturday, their last practice before Sunday’s spring scrimmage. You could tell that fatigue was starting to set in, as players started to get nicked up in the latter half of the afternoon session. Huskie Outsider made a few observations of today’s workouts, and also spoke briefly with several coaches for their assessment as well. -Coach Towriss had praise for Liam Howe’s effort today. The slotback, and former UBC TBird, is a big bodied receiver who is working hard for his opportunity to see the field this fall. -O-Lineman Josh Butcher earned thunderous praise from his unit for a tremendous block in | Full Article
The Alumni Golf Tournament committee gathered this morning to finalize details for the 13th Annual Huskie Football Fall Classic Golf Tournament on August 23. With a number of great sponsors coming on board, including Dakota Dunes, Pizza Hut, Saskatchewan Blue Cross, Brian Mallard and Associates, Saskatchewan Roughriders and Ron Lowe, the tournament should make for a great opportunity for businesses to connect with one another. There are great prizes up for grabs and all attendees will be helping raise money for the Huskie Football Scholarship Foundation. With two weeks to go until the tournament there are only seven spots available. For more information and sponsorship opportunities please contact email@example.com.
Our goal in 2012 is to restore a sense of pride in all Huskie Football Alumni new and old. What better way to show your pride than to wear the Alumni S on the golf course, at the gym and during this 2012 Huskies season. With the Alumni Clothing Package we aim to give all Alumni the opportunity to wear our colours by purchasing one of four packages laid out in the package order form.
Well Spring Camp has come and gone but the efforts of the Alumni did not go unnoticed by the Team, the Coaches or the Parents. New this year the Team was fed each night of the camp after the evening practice. It provides an opportunity for new recruits to interact with the veterans and begin to be exposed to the Huskie Culture and feel welcome. Huskie Alumni volunteers helped with food preparation and serving as well and clean up afterwards on Thursday and Friday night.
With spring camp just around the corner the Huskie Alumni are gearing up for the Annual Alumni BBQ. Every year Alumni new and old come together in welcoming the new recruits and future alumni brothers at a post-practice BBQ the Saturday night of Spring Camp. All Alumni are invited to attend and this year we’ll be utilizing the new Alumni Deck of the Graham Huskies Clubhouse to share memories and catch our first glimpse of the 2012 Huskies. We encourage all the guys to come out for a few beverages and some “hippaaaa-beef’ (Quote Brian Towriss).
In January, the Huskie Football Alumni gathered to take a look back at 2011 and kick off 2012 with new energy and enthusiasm at the Alumni Annual General Meeting. Alumni in attendance included a wide range of new and old who were all active in a discussion about how to reshape and refocus efforts in 2012. One of the major talking points was around how to restructure the Alumni based on new goals and initiatives. Members in attendance voted to create a Board of Governance. The board split up duties and assigned leaders to traditional fundraising events, communications and building the alumni community. But most of the conversation was around | Full Article