Dining with the Stars is a fundraising event that features a catered meal, guest speaker, live and silent auctions, celebration of recent graduates and the introduction of the newest Concordia University Texas baseball team. This year, we are very fortunate to have MLB player Roger Clemens as our Keynote Speaker.
This event is organized by the Concordia University Texas baseball coaching staff and is one of the baseball team’s biggest fundraisers of the year. The proceeds from this event are used to supplement the baseball program’s operating budget.
|Sunday, October 30th||
5:30 PM - Cocktails and registration
The United Heritage Center
|$150 per person
$250 per couple
$1000 per table (8)
17th Annual Concordia University Baseball Golf Tournament
The tournament is organized by the Concordia University Texas baseball coaching staff, and is one of the baseball team’s and Athletics Department's biggest fundraisers of the year. The proceeds from this event are used to supplement the baseball program’s operating budget.
|Date||Tee Times||Location||Format||Entry Fees||Prizes|
|Monday, October 31st||
6:30 AM - Registration
12:00 PM - Registration
River Place Country Club
|Four person scramble||$150 per person
$500 per foursome team
|1st - 5th Place
Par 3 Hole in One
Par 3 Closest to the Pin
Helicopter Golf Ball Drop
In addition to this year’s tournament, we are planning a helicopter ball drop that will help us in our fundraising efforts.
Between the morning and afternoon tee times, a helicopter will hover above pre-set targets laid out on the golf course green. When the pilot reaches a certain height, numbered golf balls will be dropped and the closest ball to the grand prize target will win $1000. There will also be prizes for being closest to other designated targets around the green.
All you have to do is fill out your personal and payment information at the link below and we will designate your numbered ball/s for the helicopter drop. We will have a list at registration that will have your name and your number/s of your golf ball/s. You do not need to be present to win as long as we have your contact information.
Please help our players in their effort to raise money for the baseball program by purchasing golf balls for the Helicopter Drop. Funds raised in this year’s helicopter ball drop will directly benefit the Concordia University Texas Baseball program and players.
About Roger Clemens
Roger Clemens is a name people nationwide call their own, regardless of the uniform he wore. His start at Spring Woods High School took him to San Jacinto Junior College and on to a successful career as a University of Texas Longhorn. Clemens was the winning pitcher in the final game of the 1983 College World Series.
In 1983, Roger was drafted by the Boston Red Sox and one year later named Rookie of the Year. Clemens is a seven-time Cy Young Award winner and a twelve-time MLB All Star. He earned 354 wins, 4,672 strike outs, and 2 World Championship rings during his MLB career with the Boston Red Sox, Toronto Blue Jays, New York Yankees, and Houston Astros.
Roger and his wife Debbie make their home in Houston, Texas. He remains very active in the community. Roger and Debbie Clemens established the Roger Clemens Foundation in 1992, which helps and supports children’s charities from all walks of life.