Downtown Coaches Association luncheons set to begin

August 25, 2015 | Athletics, Events
By Lindsay Mahaney

A University association will host weekly luncheons featuring the UT athletic community.

The Downtown Coaches Association is an organization dedicated to promoting and encouraging interest in The University of Toledo athletics program. Members and guests will have the opportunity to attend a weekly buffet lunch that will feature talks from different members of UT’s athletic community.

Downtown Coaches AssociationThe cost of lunch is $14, and anyone interested in Rocket athletics is encouraged to attend. Annual membership dues are $40 for those who choose to join the organization.

“The Downtown Coaches Association has been an instrumental support group for Rocket athletic programs for several decades,” said David Nottke, senior associate athletic director. “Members get the up-close and personal look inside of Rocket athletics. Our coaches and student-athletes are regular guests on our Monday luncheon programs.”

The opening luncheon on Monday, Aug. 31, will feature UT Football Coach Matt Campbell with a report and Football Equipment Manager Jeremy Boyd with a demonstration on what it takes to outfit and protect players. Lunch will begin at 11:30 a.m. with the program beginning at noon.

UT President Sharon Gaber will speak at the second luncheon, which will be Tuesday, Sept. 8, due to the Labor Day holiday.

Lunches then will continue each Monday until winter break. After winter break, luncheons will resume Monday, Jan. 4.

For more information or to join Downtown Coaches Association, click here or contact Julia Kudla at 419.530.5087 or

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