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St. John’s University women’s basketball first-year head Coach Joe Tartamella has announced the date for the program’s first golf outing.

The event is set for Sept. 20 at the Island Hills Country Club in Sayville, N.Y. All proceeds from the golf outing directly benefit the St. John’s women’s basketball program.

The day-long event begins with a 10:30 a.m. registration and brunch prior to a noon shotgun start. A cocktail reception is to follow at 4:30 p.m.

A range of packages are available for the event. Golf packages, which include greens fees, lunch, cocktail hour and a gift package, begin at $350 per person and $1,400 for a foursome. There are also numerous sponsorship opportunities beginning at $150.

For more information, please contact Elizabeth Austin at 718-990-2548 or e-mail austine@stjohns.edu.

Keep up to date on all St. John’s women’s basketball news by following St. John’s women’s basketball (@STJ_WBasketball) and Tartamella (@STJ_CoachT) on Twitter.

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