Feb. 4, 2014
ARLINGTON, Texas – UT Arlington women's basketball is hosting 12Arlington ISD schools Thursday at noon for the Sun Belt Conference game against UL Lafayette at College Park Center.
Dunn, Moore, Roark, Webb, Williams, Thornton, West, Lynn Hale, South Davis, Crow, Farrell, Roquemore, Atherton, Hill and Ashworth are bringing 1,453 sixth graders from Arlington Elementary schools.
"We are so excited to have local kids at our game Thursday," UT Arlington coach Krista Gerlich said. "This is a great opportunity for us to show off a great university in Arlington as well as show the kids a great basketball game."
Each sixth grader will receive a boxed lunch and have the opportunity to participate in promotional activities throughout the game.
UT Arlington is coming off its first Sun Belt win of the season, 67-51, at Georgia State.
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