Coach Steve Fairchild
April 27, 2010
By Andrew Woerpel
Athletic Media Relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo.- The CSU athletic department is teaming up with the Associated Students of Colorado State University for the annual ASCSU mixer Thursday at the Ramskeller from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
The mixer is intended to give the student fan base a chance to interact with the head coaches of the university.
Coaches that will be in attendance for the event are head football coach Steve Fairchild, men’s head basketball coach Tim Miles, head volleyball coach Tom Hilbert and women’s head basketball coach Kristen Holt.
On top of having the opportunity to interact with some of the CSU head coaches, students will also be treated to free food inside the Ramskeller, which is located in the basement of the Lory Student Center.
Students are encouraged to come grab some free food while also taking the time out to ask the coaches any questions they may have.
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