COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY

February 11th, 2019 | by CollegeAD
COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY
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Evelyn Hoeven, a city tennis icon and passionate supporter of CSU, and family friend Tim Sanford have donated $200,000 to the women’s tennis program — the largest gift in the program’s history. The gift was announced by Rams coach Jarod Camerota and Joe Parker, director of athletics. “We are grateful to Evelyn Hoeven and Tim Sanford for their generosity to our tennis program,” Parker said. The gift allows CSU to install six electronic scoreboards at the University Tennis Center, its home facility, and establishes the Hoeven Family Tennis Scholarship to provide scholarship funds to tennis student-athletes. The remainder of the gift will be put to use to address areas of greatest needs within the women’s tennis program. The pavilion at the south campus tennis facility will be renamed in honor of Evelyn Hoeven and her late husband, Jim. -Tony Phifer, source.colostate.edu. Read More.

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