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Oct. 16, 2002

Jen Callier and the Spartans signed autographs for Spartan fans as Midnight Mania got underway on Oct. 11.

Patrice McKinney puts her autograph on a poster for some happy young fans.

Syreeta Bromfield and Kristin Haynie sign a basketball for a lucky fan.

Lindsay Bowen signs autographs as John McCallie looks on.

Candice Jackson signs a shirt for a young Spartan.

Julie Pagel, Kelli Roehrig and Jen Callier sign a ball together.

Liz Shimek and Maria Recker put their John Hancocks on some posters.

Head coach Joanne P. McCallie signs a poster for a happy fan.

The theme of the night was Let The Music Play.

You can't let the music play without the Spartan Band.

The Spartan players each came into the Breslin Center dressed as singers. Freshman Liz Shimek came in to the music of Pink.

Freshman Megan Osmer entered to No Doubt while dressed like Gwen Stefani.

Junior transfer Caroline Nixon played the role of Kylie Minogue.

Freshman Patrice McKinney did her Mary J. Blige impersonation.

Freshman Lindsay Bowen entered the arena as Avril Lavigne.

Sophomore Kristin Haynie was barely visible under her hat looking like Alicia Keys.

Junior Julie Pagel - the Rock Star - entered to Joan Jett music.

Junior Candice Jackson looked as foxy as Foxy Brown.

Senior Syreeta Bromfield strutted her way to the podium as Tweet.

Senior Maria Recker, who entered to Madonna, was all smiles.

Senior Jen Callier waved to the crowd while entering to Ms. Jade.

Director of Basketball Operations Trena Anderson kicked off the program as Ashanti.

Assistant Coach AnnMarie Gilbert took the stage to the Commodores' Brick House

Assistant Coach Niya Butts (is that Snoop Dogg?) showed off her phat outfit to the tune of For The Love Of Money.

Assistant Coach Janel Grimm sported the Bow Wow look.

The crowd cheered as Coach P entered the arena dressed in leather while riding on a Harley-Davidson.

Coach P followed the team's theme for the year: Come Along For The Ride

Coach P fired up the crowd of nearly 13,000 Spartan fans.

Finally, after midnight, the reason for all the festivities - the first official practice of the year.


 

 

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