Laurier football weekly update

fauldsGolden Hawk alumni & friends of the football program,

It’s just two months into our 2016-2017 Transparent Laurier Football Fundraising Campaign and we are making great progress. Thank you very much to those of you that have generously donated and supported our program.

To those of you thinking of supporting us, it is important to know that all money comes directly to our football budget and helps us compete with the OUA’s and CIS’s top football programs.

Laurier Football 2016/17 Fundraising Targets

May 1st, 2016 to April 31st, 2017
Amount Raised to Date
Football Dinner (April 2016) $45,000
Adopt-A-Hawk (Target $50,000)  
          Football Alumni $2,295
          Friends of the Program  $1,995
          Corporate Partners $500
Total AAH $4,790
Outright Donations (Target $125,000)  
          Football Alumni  $427
          Friends of the Program  $200
          Corporate Partners  $25,000
Total Outright Donations $25,627
Total Amount Fundraised (Target $220,000) $75,417

Click here to view the complete list of donors.


Next week is the Canada Cup in Winnipeg. Recruiting Coordinator Dwayne Cameron and I will be out in Winnipeg watching this country’s top under 18 players as they all compete for their Province.

The recruits at this tournament will be most of the top players in the 2017 & 2018 recruiting classes. Tournament Info:

Laurier Football Tickets
Season tickets just: $50 Adults, $40 Laurier Alumni and seniors & $20 for Laurier Students. This is incredible pricing compared to many other Universities.

Purchase your season or individual game tickets here:

Video Assistant Volunteers
Looking for some help with our filming of practices and games. If you know of anyone that may be interested please have them contact me.

Please help us raise the funds necessary to compete with the CIS best football teams. Consider adopting one of our Hawks today! If you have a positional preference, just reach out to me and I can make suggestions.  

Summer Varsity Football

The Cambridge Lions are now 5-2 this season with a tough 42-27 loss to the undefeated Niagara Spears two weeks ago, but then an impressive 43-6 win over the Sault Ste Marie Sabercats Saturday night. This week, the Lions host the Hamilton Ironmen Friday night at 8pm.

The Twin City Predators had a huge 78-0 win over the Oakville Titans two weeks ago and this weekend their game against the Brantford Bisons Friday evening was cancelled due to thunder and lightning in the area.

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Until next week, go Hawks go!


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