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We Share a Love of the Game

"The players truly do appreciate" Kiger's thoughtful gift—Mark Fohl, golf coach and retired director of intercollegiate athletics

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There are many ways to give back to your alma mater: through your time, through your service. For the past eight years, Paul Burke Kiger '73 has given back through golf balls. An avid golfer, Kiger sends a box to the golf team each year for practice. Having golfed at Morris as an undergraduate, he now not only maintains ties to his former team, but also helps alleviate its student debt. Because players provide their own balls for practice rounds, those that Kiger sends offset the added expense for student-athletes. According to Mark Fohl, coach and retired director of intercollegiate athletics, "the players truly do appreciate" Kiger's thoughtful gift.

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