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Becoming a True “Basketball School”

Nov 5, 2012, 3:13 PM EDT

Anna Gonzalez (’16) caught up with Andy Prombo (’13) to talk about what the Leprechaun Legion is doing to increase student involvement and attendance at basketball games.

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Notre Dame isn’t usually one of the first places that comes to mind when people think of “basketball schools.” The Leprechaun Legion is trying to change that this season.

Andy Prombo (’13), the Leprechaun Legion Basketball Co-Chair, talked about what the Legion is trying to do to make this season different than any other basketball season.

“Our goal is increased attendance at all of the home basketball games. When the entire student section is filled…Purcell Pavilion gets loud and intimidating which directly impacts the play. But we don’t have just two home games, we have nineteen. Students need to find a way to make it to every home game to support this fantastic basketball program.”

If one student can’t make it to a game, maybe he or she has a friend who can.

“One big point that we’re trying to emphasize this year is that students can give their tickets to…

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