"I want to see the football program continue to grow and progress toward a winning mentality," said Jones. "By providing EMU student-athletes with the facility enhancements in the Championship Building Plan it will greatly impact their ability to reach their potential both on and off the field."
"I am proud to play a small part in the future realization of the EMU Championship Building Plan," said Incarnati. "Our student-athletes deserve the best opportunity to succeed both academically and on the field. These new facilities and services will provide them with that opportunity."
"My family and I are excited to have the opportunity to give back to Eastern Michigan Athletics," said Lang. "Eastern Michigan gave me the opportunity to receive a great education and fulfill my dream of playing in the National Football League. The Championship Building Plan will have a huge impact on all EMU student-athletes. I think it is important to always take care of those who took care of you and I'm excited to continue my involvement with the University for years to come."
"The participation in last years event was tremendous," remarked EMU Head Football Coach Chris Creighton. "Thank you to everyone who came out to support our program. This year's tournament is going to be even bigger and better. Your contribution will go toward the annual senior leadership trip to Pikes Peak, which is held prior to our 2017 season. Be sure to get your registration in early so you don't miss out!"
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