The Minnesota Gopher Coaches Caravan is coming to Alexandria this week.  On Wednesday, June 12th you can join U of M Director of Athletics Mark Coyle, select Gopher head coaches & staff as they visit Alexandria on the last stop of their four city tour of the state.

Wednesday's visit starts at 5:30pm at Carlos Creek Winery (6693 County Road 34 NW - Alexandria, MN 56308)

Scheduled to Appear will be Mark Coyle - Director of Athletics, P.J. Fleck - Football, Hugh McCutcheon - Volleyball, Bob Motzko - Men's Hockey, Richard Pitino - Men's Basketball, and Lindsay Whalen - Women's Basketball.

At This Event

  • Appetizer buffet and cash bar available
  • Autographs and photo opportunities with Paul Bunyan’s Axe & coaches
  • Silent Auction
  • Program featuring emcee Mike Grimm, Mark Coyle and select Gopher head coaches.

Tickets for this event are sold out.

  • Event details are subject to change. For more information contact the Ticket Sales & Service Office at or 1-800-U-GOPHER (846-7437) (Toll Free) or 612-624-8080 (Metro Area).

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