The Battle of the Bay trip on Feb. 20 is limited to 100 students. (Image: Residence Life)

The Battle of the Bay trip on Feb. 20 is limited to 100 students. (Image: Residence Life)

There's Still Space to Sign Up for The Battle of the Bay Bus Trip

  • February 18, 2010 2:00pm

There are still seats left for the bus trip to cheer on the Pioneer basketball teams in the Battle of the Bay at San Francisco State! Cal State East Bay Residence life is taking the Battle of the Bay across the bridge, providing students with a pre-game tailgate, bus transportation and free admission to the games at SFSU on Saturday, Feb. 20.

Space is limited to the first 100 students to sign up at the ASI Office, the Dining Commons, Lassen Hall or with their Residence Hall Advisors. The first Battle of the Bay saw Pioneer Gym host its largest crowd of the season, so spots for the rematch are going fast!

The tailgate will start at 4:30 p.m. and the buses leave at 5:15 p.m. Join in on the fun and be there to help ignite the cross-bay rivalry!

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