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SLIDESHOW: EWU Shows 12th Man Spirit

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EWU and Seattle Seahawks fans met on Roos Field in Cheney to show their 12th Man support! EWU and Seattle Seahawks fans met on Roos Field in Cheney to show their 12th Man support!
CHENEY, Wash. - Eastern Washington University completed a display of support for the Super Bowl XLVIII bound Seattle Seahawks on Thursday night, Jan. 23. Gathering at Roos Field was a host of Eastern supporters and believers in the Seahawks and the 12th Man.

Members of the Eagles cheerleading squad joined fans as they surrounded none other than the Seahawks own gameday hawk, Cheney's own Taima, in their Seattle gear and 12th Man posters and signs. 

Above are pictures from the event detailing the photo taken and the process to do so! Please enjoy and share! Go Hawks! Go Eags!

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  • 7-foot graduate transfer Benas Griciunas to play for Eagles

    7-foot graduate transfer Benas Griciunas to play for Eagles

    Courtesy: EWU AthleticsCourtesy: EWU Athletics

    Seven-foot center Benas Griciunas from UNC Charlotte will spend his senior season as a graduate transfer at Eastern Washington University and play for Shantay Legans, the new EWU head men's basketball coach announced Thursday (May 25).

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    Seven-foot center Benas Griciunas from UNC Charlotte will spend his senior season as a graduate transfer at Eastern Washington University and play for Shantay Legans, the new EWU head men's basketball coach announced Thursday (May 25).

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    Courtesy: Washington AthleticsCourtesy: Washington Athletics

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