Feb. 3, 2014
DAVIS, Calif. - With Super Bowl XLVIII in the rear-view mirror, fans now turn their attention to the next big football day on the calendar - National Letter of Intent Signing Day this Wednesday - and UC Davis will have you covered with all the information on the newest Aggies.
Whether you follow us on Twitter (@ucdavisaggies) or on our website, you'll be among the first to know about who's officially committed to UC Davis beginning this fall. Check us out on Twitter first thing in the morning and stay with us throughout the day as we announce our signees through social media and the website.
Like what you see? Want to share your excitement with others? Be sure to use #UCDavisNLI on your tweets and Aggie fans will get to read your thoughts. They'll even appear on the official football NLI Signing Day page on our website.
The NLI Signing Day page will feature an expanding roster with links to player bios, video highlights and comments from Coach Gould. You can also read up on previous years announcements and even get your name on the list to get season tickets for the 2014 season. Don't know who the Aggies are playing next year? You won't have to wait much longer. That announcement is coming soon.... very soon!
And we're sure to have a surprise or two somewhere along the way.
While football will certainly garner the most attention on Wednesday - both regionally and nationally - eight other teams will have the opportunity to welcome their newest student-athletes: field hockey, men's and women's soccer, men's and women's track and field, men's and women's cross country and men's water polo.
How many signees will each of those Aggie teams have on Wednesday? You can find out by following us on Twitter and watching the website. Those teams will have their signees announced on social media and will have complete recaps later.
So, join us on Wednesday and be ready to welcome the newest UC Davis Aggies.
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