Northwood Gears Up for Third Annual President's Cup

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Stakes are high this year, as the Seahawks won the inaugural contest 75-69, and the Timberwolves took the Cup last year with a 70-69 win.
President Keith Pretty with team mascots.

President Keith Pretty with team mascots.

October 25, 2012

Northwood University Florida Coach Rollie Massimino and the Seahawks will take on Coach Jeff Rekeweg and the Timberwolves to determine which team will earn the President's Cup trophy and bragging rights on Sunday, November 4th, 2012 at the Countess de Hoernle Student Life Center on the Florida Campus.

The teams have split the two meetings, with the home team winning each year. The Seahawks won the inaugural contest, 75-69, while the Timberwolves took the Cup last year with a 70-69 win.

Northwood Florida campus President, Dr. Tom Duncan, notes. "We welcome the Northwood Timberwolves to our Florida campus, and look forward to competing successfully for the President's Cup. "It is exciting to compete against our sister-campus from Michigan on the basketball court, and Coach Massimino promises me that his squad is ready for this annual match-up," stated Duncan.

With the expectation of a packed house, there will be tailgate barbeque and activities beginning at 5:30pm, and the game will begin at 7 pm. Admission is $8.00 per person and includes the barbeque and ticket to the game.

For more information please contact the Northwood University Florida Campus Alumni Office at (561) 681-7937 or .