UCCS men's basketball players pay hospital visit

By Doug Fitzgerald published November 8, 2010

Five members of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's basketball team plus coach Russ Caton visited children at the pediatrics unit at Memorial Hospital on Monday afternoon.

Seniors Ben Feilmeier and Luke Hristou were joined by freshmen Walter Cooper, Jordan Carter and Dalton Patten for the visit. They gave the kids mini basketballs, schedules and a VIP pass for they and their families to come see a UCCS basketball game.

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Ben FeilmeierBen Feilmeier13GSr.
Luke HristouLuke Hristou35FSo.
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Jordan CarterJordan Carter24FSo.
Jordan CarterJordan Carter34FFr
Jordan CarterJordan Carter5FJr
Dalton PattenDalton Patten0FSo.
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