The Purdue University student basketball team is auctioning off more than $1 million in new Bucks merchandise to raise money for the student athlete’s health care.
In a press release, Purdue said the sale will be held Friday and Saturday at The Banker’s Box at the Purdue Convention Center in Indianapolis.
The team’s owner, Joe Schoebel, will donate the proceeds to Purdue Health, an affiliate of the NCAA, to support the MBA Scholarship Fund.
The Bucks are an expansion of the basketball program for the University of Michigan, which started in 2011.
The team was a member of the Big Ten Conference.
Bucks owner Joe Schoeebel will donate a portion of proceeds from the sale to the MBLAA Scholarship Fund to support students on medical expenses.
The sale will begin at 5 p.m.
Friday and close at 10 p.p.m., with proceeds going to Purdue and the MBOA Scholarship Fund for medical expenses, the release stated.
Tickets for the sale are available at the Bucks’ Ticket Center, which is located in the front of the building.
For more information, go to www.purduebasketball.com/bucks.