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Monday, September 10, 2012

Geno to speak in Danbury tonight

Just a reminder that Geno Auriemma will speak at an event hosted by the Danbury and Fairfield County chapters of the UConn Alumni Association. If you decide to go and haven't purchased a ticket yet, I'd strongly consider making sure tickets are still available.

Here's the info:


UConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma comes to Fairfield County for "An Evening With Geno Auriemma," Monday, Sept. 10 at 6:15 pm at the Amber Room Colonnade in Danbury. Hosted by the UConn Alumni Association Danbury and Fairfield County Chapters, the event includes a cocktail hour, seated dinner, and remarks by the Hall of Fame and Olympic gold-medal winning coach, as he shares his experiences and personal stories from 27 years as the Huskies’ head coach. Alumni, fans, and friends are invited.

Proceeds from the event will go toward UConn Alumni Association Danbury and Fairfield County Chapter scholarship funds for current students, and for future chapter programs.

For ticket information and to register, visit UConnAlumni.com/Fairfield.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Joe said...

Hey, Jim,

Any update on that lawsuit? I have a feeling it will just fade away quietly and never be settled or be heard in court.

12:51 PM 
Blogger Jim Fuller said...

Case has been continued to later this month and it's in the hands of lawyers working behind closed doors now. I would be surprised to see this case ever heard in court but it won't fade away quietly. I'd say an out of court settlement is likely although it's pretty complicated with not only Geno but USA Basketball and the NBA being sued.

3:01 PM 
Anonymous Joe said...

Thanks for the update.

A settlement probably is likely if only for the fact that it's cheaper than defending the case in court even if you win. USA Basketball might even be insured against such an eventuality, who knows?

3:12 PM 

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