Baseball Championship Rings

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This campaign ended on August 30, 2021, but you can still make a gift to Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania by clicking here!
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For the first time in Program History the Huskies have won BACK TO BACK PSAC Championships!

Please help reward these student-athletes with 2021 Championship rings to celebrate this fantastic accomplishment.

These Huskies made a valiant run through the post-season defeating West Chester in the quarterfinals, Millersville in the semifinals, and Seton Hill in the finals all on the road to claim the fifth conference crown in program history!

For your gift of $125 (or more) you will receive a set of 4 commemorative Huskies Back2Back Championship glasses to remember this incredible accomplishment.


If you prefer to mail your gift, please send checks payable to BU Foundation to: 

BU Foundation
50 E. Main St 4th Floor
Bloomsburg, PA 17815

Please include: "Baseball Rings" in memo line or include a note to direct your gift.


LEGAL STUFF: All gifts are considered charitable donations and tax deductible as allowed by law. Any excess funds raised from this project will be used to support the Baseball Program at Bloomsburg University. The Bloomsburg University Foundation, Inc. is registered as a 501(c)(3) organization and is eligible to solicit charitable contributions in all states requiring registration. A full list of state disclosures is available online. Registration does not imply endorsement.

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