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Minnesota Athletics | April 29, 2016

Jerry Kill to throw out first pitch for Minnesota

  Jerry Kill was the head football coach at Minnesota last season before retiring due to health concerns.

Jerry Kill is scheduled to throw out a ceremonial first pitch on Tuesday, May 3, at Siebert Field. The Gophers are slated to play Kansas in a non-conference bout at 6:30 p.m.

Kill is on the campus of the University of Minnesota to speak to current and prospective donors. He is also set to speak at the annual Golden Goldys student-athlete awards banquet on Monday evening.

The Maroon and Gold hold a 9-2 mark at home this season and have taken the series from both Iowa and Maryland in Big Ten play.

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