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Carroll Men's Basketball "Adopt A Pioneer"

Thank you for your Support of Carroll Pioneer Men's Basketball!

Carroll Men's Basketball "Adopt A Pioneer"

Dear Family & Friends of Carroll University Men’s Basketball Student-Athletes,


In preparation for the 2019-2020 athletic seasons, we are contacting you about an exciting way to help support the Pioneers Men’s Basketball Program.   In an attempt to continue to make the college experience as enjoyable as possible for the student-athletes, we are continually looking for new ways to build partnerships and secure additional resources.


To help budget for this season’s expenses, we are asking you to participate in the “Adopt-A-Pioneer” Fundraising Program for Carroll Men’s Basketball.  Each year the basketball program is responsible for raising money to supplement their budgets, this goes a long way in aiding the student-athletes with equipment, lodging and food on the road trips and team gear.


Additionally, we raise money through special events, Sixth Man Club memberships, corporate sponsorships, etc.  These activities are conducted by our staff, coaches and student-athletes, and perhaps you have been involved in supporting us in the past.  If you have, we thank you!  We will continue these other fundraising activities in the future and hope that you will be able to participate in this program in addition to your past support.


The “Adopt-A-Pioneer” program is an annual campaign to raise much needed funds for Men’s basketball.  Please know that your donation will make a difference in the lives of the student-athletes on our team as you help provide educational and athletic opportunities for them as these experiences on and off the court will last a lifetime.


Please feel free to call us if we can answer any questions.  Thank you for your support of Carroll University Men’s Basketball!


Go Pios,


Paul Combs

Head Coach

(262) 524-7322



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