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Free Women's Basketball

Time: March 4, 2011 at 7pm to March 5, 2011 at 9pm
Location: Payne Whitney Gymnasium
Street: 70 Tower Parkway
City/Town: New Haven, CT 06511
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Event Type: basketball, game
Organized By: Yale Sports Marketing
Latest Activity: Mar 3, 2011

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This weekend, Yale University is offering free admission to both women's basketball games on Friday and Saturday!  These are the last two games of the season for the Bulldogs so don't miss this opportunity!

Friday, March 4th vs. Columbia - 7 PM

Saturday, March 5th vs. Cornell - 7 PM
Senior Night
- Dawg Pound Rally towels to the first 250 fans
- Free raffle: enter to win passes to Six Flags New England

If anyone has questions about these upcoming games, please send us an e-mail at or call the Yale Sports Marketing office at (203) 436-1256

Go Bulldogs!

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