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Meet the Wolverines fan-fest, scrimmage set for Saturday

Amid high expectations, the 2015 Sierra College football season kicks off with the annual Cardinal and White “Meet the Wolverines” fall scrimmage and fan-fest Saturday, at Homer “Buzz’ Ostrom Stadium.
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Rocklin – Amid high expectations, the 2015 Sierra College football season kicks off with the annual Cardinal and White “Meet the Wolverines” fall scrimmage and fan-fest Saturday, at Homer “Buzz’ Ostrom Stadium.

Coach Ben Noonan is slated to run his team through a full-pad intersquad scrimmage at 11 a.m. with fans getting a look at the explosive Sierra College offense, and defensive coordinator Ed Eaton’s highly regarded defense. Immediately following the two-hour scrimmage, fans will be allowed on the field to “Meet the Wolverines” as well as coach Noonan and his coaching staff for autographs and pictures.

Parking is free at the lot off Sierra College Blvd., just to the north of the stadium. Admission is free. Sierra College’s Rocklin campus is at 5000 Rocklin Road in Rocklin. Information about the new Wolverine Cub Club for kids will be available at the stadium.



Season tickets for the 2015 season can be purchased online by visiting the Sierra College football home page at http://www.sierracollege.edu/athletics/sports/football/index.php and clicking on the provided links.

Contact Matt Folsom at mfolsom@sierracollege.edu or 916-337-2092 for information about this event or Sierra College athletics.


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