October 7th, 2015 | by CollegeAD

Attendence woes have been a big concern for USD athletics in the past, but one student organization has been taking the initiative to increase student activity at university athletic events. Their name has always hung proudly above the football student section, but their impact hasn’t been felt until they came together just two years ago. Now, the Coyote Crazies are trying to make Coyote gameday last beyond the halftime buzzer. “This year we are trying to bring students in and make them feel welcome,” junior Mackenzie Huber said. “For example, it may be with hosting different events with free food here and there as incentive for being a member. We’ve worked with athletics promotional teams to provide other incentives for going and staying at the games.” – The Volante, Read More

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