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TU Basketball Shops for Salvation Army Angel Tree

Marquel Curtis and James Woodard look over their gifts as they move through the checkout line.
Marquel Curtis and James Woodard look over their gifts as they move through the checkout line.
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Dec. 16, 2013

TULSA, Okla. - The TU men's basketball team participated in the Salvation Army Angel Tree program, and Monday afternoon, the Golden Hurricane basketball players went shopping to purchase clothing and toys for 10 children adopted through the Salvation Army.

The Hurricane then donated the items to the Salvation Army, which will deliver the gifts to the families.

The TU players go through the checkout line with clothes and toys for the Salvation Army Angel Tree program.


D'Andre Wright and Emmanuel Ezechinonso shop for clothes for the Salvation Army Angel Tree program.


Pat Swilling Jr. shops for clothes for the Salvation Army Angel Tree program.


Stevie Repichowski and Shaquille Harrison shop for toys for the Salvation Army Angel Tree program.