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Richmond Tribe Club Event Sponsors (l-r) Dave Murphy, Kristen Elim, Head Coach Jimmye Laycock, John Cole Scott and Marc Elim (Kellie Murphy not pictured)
Richmond Tribe Club Event Sponsors (l-r) Dave Murphy, Kristen Elim, Head Coach Jimmye Laycock, John Cole Scott and Marc Elim (Kellie Murphy not pictured)
Richmond Alumni Gathering
Updated: Friday 04/29/2013 (ET)
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The spring bloom is in full swing and the pads and helmets have been put away for the summer months, which signals the time for head football coach Jimmye Laycock to hit the road and engage with the Tribe faithful.  The first stop on this spring’s tour was with the Richmond Alumni group at the Historic John Marshall.

Over 60 people attended the event, which was sponsored by Marc ’88 and Kirsten ’90 Elim, David ’83 and Kellie ’85 Murphy, and John Cole Scott ’00. 

For just $10, all in attendance received a first-class buffet style lunch and dessert, with coffee served while Laycock addressed the audience and answered questions.

The following are some personal testimonials:

Marc Elim ’90 (event organizer)

It's a pleasure organizing the Laycock Luncheon. Coach Laycock was engaging as he recaps the spring season and puts a perspective on player personnel as well as offering insight into the incoming recruiting class. The event was held at a historic venue with gourmet food and most importantly you enjoy it all with fellow Tribe fans.

Robby McKetta ‘05

Had a great time at the Laycock Luncheon this year. For $10, you get a great meal and inside access to the William and Mary Football program. You leave the luncheon pumped up for the start of next season. It's a great event and a great value.

Charles Hungerford

Once again another great Laycock lunch at the John Marshall. Coach gave us an update of spring football and got us fired up about the 2013 season. Go Tribe!

Bill Monday

I look forward every year to the Tribe Club luncheon with Coach Laycock. It is always interesting to hear a first-hand update on spring practice and the prospects for the upcoming fall. And you can't beat the lunches they serve-always first class.

 











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