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BLACKOUT NIGHT - UCCS MEN'S AND WOMEN'S BASKETBALL GAMES
January 28th, 2010: Women's Game at 6 PM and Men's Game to follow at 8 PM
This year's Blackout Night is shaping up to be one of the biggest events on campus this year. The details for the event are as follows:
5:00 PM - Tailgate in Berger Hall (Old Gym) to begin
Dinner will be served! Jimmy Johns and Monster Energy Drink will also be at the Tailgate with fabulous prizes and giveaways!
5:30 PM - Tailgate to begin wrapping up and student will enter the Gallogly Events Center
The first 1,000 student to enter the game will receive a FREE Blackout Night T-Shirt!
6:00 PM - Women's Basketball Game to begin against Western New Mexico University
Halftime Games and Prizes to be distributed throughout the game!
8:00 PM - Men's Basketball Game to begin against Western New Mexico University
Halftime Games sponsored by Jimmy Johns. Prizes to include 300 FREE Sandwiches, a $50 Gift Card to Jimmy Johns and a Jimmy Johns Gaming Table valued at over $300!
Wear Black and Go Mountain Lions!
|Additional News Stories|
|March 2, 2011||Jones, Feilmeier Named to All-RMAC Teams||Brent Jones and Ben Feilmeier of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs were each named to the 2010-11 all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference team, the conference announced Wednesday.|
|February 26, 2011||Mountain Lions Hammered by No. 20 Colorado Mines||GOLDEN, Colo. – Six Colorado School of Mines players scored in double digits as the No. 20-ranked Orediggers thumped the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs 97-64 Saturday evening at Lockridge Arena.|
|February 25, 2011||Seniors lead Mountain Lions to victory over Colorado Christian||LAKEWOOD – Brent Jones’ 23 points and Luke Hristou’s career-high 13 rebounds marked the way as the University of Colorado at Colorado’s seniors led the Mountain Lions to a 71-69 victory over Colorado Christian Friday evening at the Cougar Event Center.|
|February 21, 2011||Jones Named RMAC Offenive Player of the Week||Brent Jones of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's Offensive Player of the Week, the RMAC announced Monday.|
|February 19, 2011||Mountain Lions Officially Eliminated from Postseason Contention||COLORADO SPRINGS - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was officially eliminated from the Rocky Mountain Athletic conference playoffs Saturday evening after the Mountain Lions were beaten 82-79 by the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers at the Gallogly Events Center.|