LAKEWOOD, Colo. – The Colorado State Rams volleyball team will hold a free open practice and intrasquad scrimmage at the Gold Crown Fieldhouse in Lakewood, Colorado, on Monday, March 20 from 5:45-7:15 p.m.
Fans and supporters are encouraged to RSVP and arrive early, as seats are expected to fill quickly. Information on how to RSVP, parking and more is available at the Gold Crown website. The practice will be preceded by a Gold Crown Feeder Coaches Meeting for youth and high school coaches, starting at 5:15 p.m.
CSU head coach Tom Hilbert will be mic’d up during the duration of the event, providing insight on drills and reactions during the team scrimmage.
“We want to engage our fans in Denver, and we want to engage high school programs throughout the state,” Hilbert said. “This is a good way for us to come to them, so they don’t have to travel too far. They can come watch our players and our team and just a closer look into the Ram volleyball program.”
The Gold Crown Foundation, a Colorado nonprofit 501c3, offers youth sports and education programs to nearly 20,000 boys and girls annually throughout Colorado and the surrounding states. Founded in 1986 by former Denver Nugget player and coach, Bill Hanzlik, and his partner Ray Baker, Gold Crown Foundation’s mission statement is “Educating Youth and Community Through Sports and Enrichment”. Through basketball, volleyball, golf and educational programs, Gold Crown teaches youth life skills and grants almost $100,000 in scholarships annually to kids ages 8-18. Gold Crown operates three complexes; Coca-Cola All-Star Park, Jr. Golf Learning Center and Gold Crown Field House. The 56,000 square foot Gold Crown Field House has approximately 500,000 participants and visitors come through its doors each year. The facilities allow for youth participation in a clean, safe, and one of a kind environment. Gold Crown Foundation has made a significant impact on youth and their communities across Colorado since 1986.
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