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The SLCC Men's Basketball Team is Going to Nationals!

You can watch. Live.

The team’s first game will be against Eastern Oklahoma State College on Mar. 19 at 11:00 a.m. MST. Watch live at the Student Center, on SLCCTV-17, or online at: at:

Support the team. Wear Blue & Gold on gameday.

To help outfit the college community in the finest SLCC sportswear, the College Store is holding a special promotion for the tournament!

The store will offer a sweatshirt and T-shirt at discounted prices throughout the event…and the more the team wins, the more you save. The College Store will also offer a 20% discount on all other (non-clearance) items.

Here’s the deal:

Monday: 40% discount on the sweatshirt & T-shirt and 20% all others
Tuesday: 40% and 20%
Wednesday: 45% and 25%
Thursday: 50% and 30%
Friday: 55% and 35%

We’ll see you (in Blue & Gold) at the Student Center!

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