Montreal Alouettes Return To Bishop’s University For 2014
Bishop’sUniversity announced today that the Montreal Alouettes will return to campus in Sherbrooke for its 2014 training camp. For the fifth consecutive year, the football team will hold all workouts and practices on campus at Coulter Field. Newly appointed head coach Tom Higgins and General Manager Jim Popp will catch a first glimpse of their players when camp opens on Sunday, June 1, where no less than 75 players are expected to hit the field.
Michael Goldbloom, C.M., Principal and ViceChancellor of Bishop’s University, said: “We are very pleased that the Alouettes will be back on campus. Bishop’s has a football tradition and the Alouettes are an outstanding organization. Training camp affords a unique opportunity to meet the players and I encourage everyone in the region to come to Coulter Field to watch them in action.”
“We are very happy to return to Bishop’s for the 5th consecutive year. The school offers our players and coaches first class facilities and an atmosphere that allows them to keep their concentration at the highest level during this important learning phase,” said Jim Popp. “Our fans, the media, as well as area schools are more than welcome to visit us on a daily basis. We will gladly make time to answer all your questions. Training camp is the best way to get to see your favorite player up close and personal.”
All practices during training camp are open to the public. The 2014 training camp schedule will be sent out shortly. It will also be available by visiting MontrealAlouettes.com.