Four Scots Coaches to Preview Winter Sports Teams at Monmouth Associates

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With the weather turning colder on the Monmouth College campus, it’s time to head indoors for basketball games, swim meets and track invitationals.

At the next meeting of Monmouth Associates on Nov. 16, veteran Fighting Scot coaches Todd Skrivseth (men’s basketball), Brian Woodard (track and field) and Jake Dacus (swimming) will speak about their winter sports teams, as will new women’s basketball coach Michelle DeCoud, who was a three-time All-American player at the University of Dallas.

The luncheon will begin at noon at Meks on Main, 201 N. Main St., Monmouth. The coaches’ presentation is free, but there is a $17 charge per ticket to eat lunch at the event. Individuals attending the meal are asked to make reservations by Nov. 13 at 309-457-2323 or at alumni@monmouthcollege.edu.

Parking will be available in the city lot at North First Street and East Archer Avenue or at the corner of North Main Street and West Boston Avenue.

***Courtesy of Barry McNamara, Monmouth College***

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