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LSUA to hold soccer field dedication

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ALEXANDRIA, LA. (KALB News Channel 5) – LSUA soccer field dedication scheduled for October 16.

With the addition of men's and women's soccer to the lineup of sports at LSUA, the university is holding a soccer field dedication on October 16.  The event will take place at 11 a.m. at the site of the new field, located to the left of The Oaks Apartments along Acorn Drive on the LSUA campus. 

LSUA officials will be thanking those associated with Sundrop Fuels, which dedicated the new bleachers, along with members of the National Guard who installed the bleachers. Also in attendance will be LSUA's new soccer coach, Michael Poropat, along with Dr. Paul Coreil, Coach Zeilman, the Chamber of Commerce, faculty, staff, students and members of the community. 

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