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Green and White game in flurry of activity at Mean Green Village

Head Coach Dan McCarney, spring football 2012The annual Green and White football game closes spring practice at 2 p.m. April 21. The game is the first spring game at Apogee Stadium, admission is  free and it is open to the public.

Head Coach Dan McCarney, above, will supervise the full scrimmage format, the final spring tune-up for the 2012 season.

Spring practice began March 28, with practices at times that avoided conflicts with classes. As an NCAA Division I school, UNT is allowed 15 practices and an intrasquad game.

The 2012 season begins Thursday, Sept. 1, with a game at LSU.  The first home game, which launches the second season for Apogee Stadium, is Saturday, Sept. 8 versus Texas Southern.

Other home games – all Sun Belt Conference games - are:

  • Sept. 22 - Troy (Family Weekend)
  • Oct. 16 - Louisiana-Lafayette - nationally televised on ESPN or ESPN2
  • Nov. 3 - Arkansas State (Homecoming)
  • Nov. 10  - South Alabama

Football won’t be only activity in Mean Green Village. The weekend includes:

  • Athletic Surplus Garage Sale – 12:30 p.m., April 21, Gate 2; items include old and new jerseys, warm-ups, T-shirts and other Mean Green stuff.
  • Sun Belt Conference Tennis Tournament – 9 a.m., April 21, Waranch Tennis Center; women’s semifinals begin at 9 a.m. Championship matches will be at 1 p.m. April 22.
  • Softball – 4 and 6 p.m. doubleheader, April 21, and noon, April 22, Lovelace Stadium, versus South Alabama.
  • Post-game concert  featuring Reckless Kelly – 3:30 p.m., or after Green and White game, April 21, Apogee Stadium.

Meanwhile, over at Fouts Field, the Relay for Life of Denton fundraising walk begins at 3 p.m. The walk raises funds for the American Cancer Society and is sponsored by the Center for Leadership and Service.

(Photo by Michael Clements)

Posted on: Wed 18 April 2012

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