The Northwestern Oklahoma State University football program is looking to add new oak lockers for the locker room complex that is being constructed at Ranger Field. Head Coach Keith Barefield and the Rangers are looking to raise money for the wood lockers in the new athletic facility and anyone and everyone can help out.
The oak locker will be cut, assembled and finished by hand. Each locker will have security storage in the bottom and will include a seat.
Alumni, former lettermen and/or fans can purchase a locker and dedicate it to themselves or anyone else. A plaque dedicating the sponsorship will be hung on the locker, and can include the jersey number and the years the player competed.
“We are anxiously awaiting the construction of the Ranger Football Complex,” remarked Barefield. “We anticipate that the locker rooms will be available by the first home game of the 2009 season, pending there are no setbacks in the construction timetable. When completed, this facility will demonstrate to our players, recruits and all who visit Ranger Field, that we are the premier NAIA football program in this region. I know our Ranger family will look at the locker room project as a great opportunity to honor a former Ranger player or fan.”
The locker sponsorship will be $1,000 per locker.
“The football staff and players are deeply appreciative of the support and contributions that have already been directed towards our Vision for Victory Campaign. We also want to express our appreciation in advance to those who will be contributing to this locker room project.”
For more information, contact Barefield at (580)327-8644 or at email@example.com, or contact Athletic Director Bob Battisti at (580)327-8632 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on Wed, April 1, 2009
by Ryan Hintergardt