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Book a spot on the fan bus for Men’s Hoops Regional

Georgia Regents University Athletics will offer a fan bus to travel to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Southeast Regional for a cost of $25 per person. Join the Jaguar Cheerleaders and mascot on the fan bus that will leave on Saturday, March 14 from Christenberry Fieldhouse to travel to Harrogate, Tenn., for the Jags’ first-round regional matchup against Mount Olive in the B. Frank Turner Arena at Lincoln Memorial University.

Contact the main GRU Augusta Athletics office at 706-737-1626 to be added to the list.

The Jags play Mount Olive at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday (March 14) night and if they win, will play on Sunday (March 15) night at 7:30 p.m.

All interested in booking a spot on the bus must have plans to purchase a hotel room near Harrogate, Tenn., and have an overnight bag packed. Win or lose on Saturday, the bus will stay overnight and either depart Sunday afternoon (March 15) or that night, depending on if the Jags play Sunday.

The fifth-seeded Jaguars will make their 11th NCAA tournament appearance all-time at the 2015 NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Southeast Regional tournament and face fourth-seeded Mount Olive on Saturday, March 14 at 7:30 p.m. TOURNAMENT CENTRAL

DETAILS:

–  Cost is $25/person, limit of 40 people

–  Contact Athletics main line at 706-737-1626 to be added to the list.

–  Bus departing CFH at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, March 14th

–  Hotel rooms will need to be booked individually near Harrogate, Tenn., and overnight bag packed

–  Bus will return Sunday afternoon, or late Sunday night if Jaguars advance to Sunday night game

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