Photo of a CSUEB basketball player from 1957 and one from 2013.

RSVP to attend the 2013 CSUEB Homecoming Social on Feb. 9.

CSUEB alumni homecoming social, Feb. 9

  • January 16, 2013 5:10am

Pioneer alumni and their families are invited to join Cal State East Bay coaches and former athletes for a family-friendly homecoming party at the ME Restaurant & Lounge. Then head up the hill to help cheer the Pioneers to victory over the CSULA Golden Eagles. 

Enjoy delicious appetizers, drink specials, a magician, raffle, and DJ Young Soul (alumnus Ansel Troy ’07), plus free tickets to the basketball game.  

Pioneers vs. CSU Los Angeles Golden Eagles begins at 5:30 p.m. at Pioneer Gym. Complimentary parking in Lot A only after 5 p.m.

Wear your vintage Cal State Hayward/East Bay/Alameda State College clothing or come in an outfit representing one decade of Pioneer History (Fifties, Sixties, Seventies, Eighties, and Nineties). Awards will be given for the best costume from each decade. 

This is a free event for alumni and guests, sponsored by the Cal State East Bay Alumni Association and Pioneer Athletics. Bring your alumni friends and family too!

RSVP to by Friday, February 1.

Questions? Contact or 510.885.2877.


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