In the 51 home games its played in three and a half years at the Cintas Center, the team has drawn 97,653 fans, leaving it just 2,347 away from the 100,000 mark. That number is expected to be eclipsed this weekend, and the team wants to reward that 100,000th fan.
Also this weekend, the Universitys student-athletic advisory council is collecting clothing, canned food, cash and small household items during the womens game against Fordham on Sunday, Jan. 18, and the mens game against St. Joseph on Saturday, Jan. 17.
The fifth annual fill-a-truck event again will be a challenge with the University of Dayton. The school collecting the greatest weight in donations wins the Drive 75 trophy and charitable bragging rights for the year.
Cash donations are given to the Neediest Kids of All charity. Food and household items are donated to Matthew 25 Ministries, The Drop Inn Center and St. Jude Appalachian Missionary.
A semi truck will be parked in front of Cintas Center and student-athletes from various teams will be loading the truck.