The inaugural Golden Phlashes awards show took place on Sunday evening at the Kress Center in front of nearly 300 Phoenix student-athletes and staff members. The awards show, hosted by the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, celebrated a banner year for Green Bay Athletics and included voting by team members and red carpet (actually, green carpet) interviews. See more.
The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee is doing another of its popular Parents Night Out (formerly Kids Night Out) evenings on Friday, April 11 at the Kress from 6 to 8:30 p.m. For details, see our previous post.
The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee is doing another of its popular Parents Night Out (formerly Kids Night Out) evenings on Friday, April 11 at the Kress. The event from 6 to 8:30 p.m. allows parents and/or guardians to spend an evening relaxing or out on the town while their kids (K-6) hang out with some of their favorite Phoenix student-athletes, with basketball, volleyball, soccer, arts and crafts, movies and snacks. The cost is $10 per child but additional siblings can attend for only $5 each. More details.
The UW-Green Bay women’s basketball team welcomes Valparaiso to the Kress Events Center for a 7 p.m. tip today (Monday, Feb. 3). Fans are encouraged to bring a new teddy bear to donate as a part of the Green Bay Student-Athlete Advisory Committee collection for area hospitals. Led by a 30 point performance from freshman Mehryn Kraker (West Allis, Wis.) the Phoenix won Saturday at Detroit, 84-72. Green Bay is 12-7 (5-2 Horizon League) and Valpo is struggling at 3-17 (1-6). More on women’s hoops.
We prefer to think of it as “parents night out,” but that’s OK. The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee is putting on another of its popular Kids Night Out programs this Friday (Oct. 25) from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Kress Events Center. It’s for kids K-6. More on admission charge and reservations.
A lot of faculty and staff members enroll their children in this event every year: The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee will be hosting its first Kids Night Out of the year on Friday, Oct. 25 at the Kress Center. The Halloween themed event is from 6 to 9 p.m. and is open to all kids in grades K-6 for just $10 (Second child from a family gets in for $5). Kids in Northeast Wisconsin are invited to wear their Halloween costumes and join the Phoenix for games, movies, arts and crafts and more! Register at the door or call (920) 465-2145.
Here’s a reminder that Phoenix Athletics is encouraging faculty and staff members with children to take advantage of the annual “Parents Night Out” program at the Kress. For a modest donation, parents have the night free while Phoenix student athletes entertain the younger generation with activities, games and all-around fun. The event is hosted by the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. Pre-register now – click here.
The Green Bay Phoenix Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) will be hosting Kids Night Out next Friday, April 12 at the Kress Events Center. While providing parents the chance for an evening out, the night will give kids to opportunity to come to campus and hang out with student-athletes from a variety of Green Bay’s 16 Division I sports teams. Kids Night Out will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. and is open to all kids in grades K-6. Numerous activities will be planned for the night, including basketball, face painting, soccer, volleyball, arts and crafts, movies and much more. The cost is $10 per child but each additional sibling in a family can attend for just $5. All proceeds will go to support the initiatives of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. More information.
This Saturday (Feb. 11), the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and the Black Student Union are teaming up to host the Special Olympics Phoenix Invite. The basketball tournament will run from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Kress Events Center in the old PSC gyms. The invite consists of 13 Special Olympics teams from Wisconsin and Illinois. Canned food donations are welcome at the door to benefit local food pantries. After the Phoenix Invite, the Special Olympians will be attending the UW-Green Bay women’s basketball game at 2 p.m.