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DSU baseball, softball host 2nd annual First Pitch Crab Feed

To get away from the cold North Dakota spring, the Dickinson State baseball and softball teams travel to Tucson, Ariz. to maximize the amount of ball they play in their seasons.

To get away from the cold North Dakota spring, the Dickinson State baseball and softball teams travel to Tucson, Ariz. to maximize the amount of ball they play in their seasons.

For the second-straight year, the teams will host a First Pitch Crab Feed on Friday, February 2, with all proceeds benefiting the baseball and softball teams.

Guests will feast on Dungeness Crab three days after it’s caught and flown in from Oregon. There will also be silent and live auctions as well as door prizes and games.

The social will begin at 5:30, with dinner being served at approximately 6:15.

Tickets are $75 and only 175 will be sold. Guests must be 21 to attend.

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For tickets or more information, contact softball coach Kristen Fleury at 701-483-2567 or baseball coach Jason Watson at 701-483-1918.

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