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The 4th Annual NGU Night at Greenville Drive

May 10 | 6:00 pm 9:30 pm

Gates Open: 6:00 p.m.
First Pitch: 7:05 p.m.

$30.00 per adult for Champions Club (includes buffet), $7 for children 4-12. General admission is also available; check the team’s website for pricing.
200 people max

Hello alumni & Friends,

We welcome you and your family to our Fourth Annual NGU Night at Fluor Field.  Our annual NGU Night Alumni Connect at the Greenville Drive baseball game is an event you do not want to miss. Beyond Baseball, the evening features excellent food, pleasant fellowship, university trivia with the Drive’s Entertainment Team, and a fabulous Fireworks Show to conclude the night. Join us on Friday, May 10, at 6 p.m. The event will be held at the Champions Club at Fluor Field. Tickets for the Champions Club hospitality suite event are $30 for adults and $7 for kids ages 4-12. This is a private event exclusively for NGU. Because this is a private entry event, we ask you and your guest(s) to arrive together for entry. When you arrive, you will identify yourself and your guests. An NGU Staff member will give each member of your party wristbands access to the stadium and the Champions Club.

NGU will host an Alumni Dinner in the Champions Club, beginning at 6:40 p.m. Food service will start at 6:05 and conclude at 7:30; the first pitch is at 7:05 p.m.

In addition to the NGU Connect event, we will have several “Pre-Game” and “In-Game” activities that you should be aware of. These include:

Pre-game activities begin:
NGU will be featured in several Pre-Game events.

Welcome Video to NGU Night Video
National Anthem, Erin Pearson., ‘99

First Pitch at 7:05.

In-Game Activities: NGU Videos During Inning Breaks
Throughout the evening, look out for unique NGU-themed videos on the Jumbotron. These videos will appear around the 2nd and 4th Innings.

NGU Trivia
Finally, get ready for some NGU Trivia for our Champions Club guests. NGU Trivia with a Fluor Field MC will occur during the 5th Inning. Study up because you could win some fabulous NGU prizes.

God Bless America
At the Mid-7th inning mark, please turn your attention to the jumbotron and field for the singing of God Bless America. Led by Dillon Hollifield ’16 & Megan Hollifield ’15

Fluor Field Policies
As you make your way to the ballpark on May 10, please review the policies set by Major League Baseball and The City of Greenville. These mandated policies must be followed for entry into the game. 

The Drive encourages fans not to bring any bags; however, the following will be permitted:

  • CLEAR bags and CLEAR backpacks are permitted.
  • Medical Bags are no more extensive than what is required to transport necessary medical equipment.
  • Diaper Bags for fans that are accompanied by infant(s)
  • Small, Single, single-compartment clutches no more significant than 5×9 inches.
  • Additional Information
  • Additional clothing, blankets, etc., are permitted if carried loosely or in an approved clear bag.
  • Blankets should be carried over the shoulder to be screened more quickly.
  • Small cameras, binoculars, and cell phones may be carried loosely or in an approved clear bag.
  • Seat cushions must not exceed 18 inches wide and contain no pockets, zippers, or concealable areas.
  • There are no provisions to check items at the gates. Fans will be asked to return prohibited items to their car if they have not entered the stadium or dispose of them at the gate. The Greenville Drive and Fluor Field are not responsible for items left behind, lost, stolen, or damaged.
$30.00 Per Adult for Champions Club
945 S Main St
Greenville, SC 29601 United States
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(864) 240-4500
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