Packers, McCarthy donate to Baker

June 26, 2009


— Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy and the Packers organization have partnered to make a $100,000 donation to Baker University, it was announced Thursday. This is the second year McCarthy and the Packers have made a donation to the university.

McCarthy, now in his fourth season as head coach of the Packers, earned a degree in business administration from Baker and was an all-conference tight end and senior captain in 1986, helping lead the Wildcats to an NAIA Division II national runner-up finish. He was inducted to the school's hall of fame Oct. 20, 2007.


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