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Fundraising initiative to support athletic scholarships
Lamont M. Hinson
Fayetteville, NC – The Fayetteville State University Department of Athletics launches the Bronco Scholar-sacks Program this fall to generate more funds for student-athlete scholarships. Each time the Broncos sack an opposing quarterback this season; pledges will go towards the Bronco Athletics Fund (B.A.F.). The Bronco Athletics Fund is the official fundraising arm of Fayetteville State University Athletics. The mission of the B.A.F. is to provide the fiscal support that allows FSU to offer a comprehensive athletic experience along with a quality education. “The scholar-sacks program is a fun, creative way to make donations count,” said FSU assistant athletics director of development Michael King. “Hopefully our donors will be even more invested since their donations are tied to the team’s performance.” Annual donations made by B.A.F. members help cover the rising expenses of operating a championship caliber program such as, but not limited to: athletics scholarships, facilities, recruiting, travel, and non-budgeted operating expenses associated with our 10 varsity sports. Bronco Scholar-sack donations are tax-deductible. Pledges of $50 or more per sack will receive two tickets to an exclusive luncheon with the Fayetteville State football coaching staff.
Link to the Pledge Form: For more information on the scholar-sacks program or the Bronco Athletics Fund, please contact Michael King at
Men's Basketball Program Gives Back to Community at Local Food Bank - Allie Kolezynski
MURFREESBORO- The Chowan University men's basketball team and coaching staff spent time at the Albermarle Food Bank Mobile Unit at the Murfreesboro Baptist Church on September 8th. The Hawks worked together to organize food packages that help to feed families in the local area. The team worked alongside community volunteers from a coalition of local churches, social services, and community groups to serve local families in need. The men's basketball team participates in a variety of community service projects throughout the course of the year, and takes pride in making their mark in the local and campus community. The Albermarle Food Bank Mobile Unite serves 15 counties throughout the entire state and will celebrate its four year anniversary in October.

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