Warriors partner with MNP for 10th annual Alumni Golf Tournament

The Moose Jaw Warriors are excited to announce that they’ve entered into a new partnership with Meyers Norris Penny for their annual Alumni Golf Tournament.  The 10th Annual MNP Warriors Alumni Golf Tournament will be held July 11 and 12.

“We are very excited to be entering a new three-year partnership with MNP starting with the 2019 Alumni Golf Tournament,” commented Warriors Director, Business Operations Corey Nyhagen.  “The corporate community continues to be incredible supporters of the tournament year after year, and it’s through their support and the support of our fans over the two-day event which allows us to raise these funds towards our player’s education.”

“MNP is one of the leading agricultural accountant firms in Canada and they are very involved in southern Saskatchewan which made this a perfect fit because of the passion that southern Saskatchewan has for the Warriors,” said Golf Committee member Bill Jameson.

“This event is one of the biggest in Moose Jaw and could be considered one of the biggest in the Western Hockey League.  It brings our community, the Warriors, and their Alumni together to raise money for the Education Fund,” added Jameson.  “The tournament gives us an opportunity to give something back to these players because they’ve given a lot to entertain us over the years and helping the Warriors Education Fund will ensure that these young men can pursue their academic goals.”

On Thursday, July 11 and Friday, July 12, local golfers will team up with current and past Warriors to raise money for the teams Education Fund.  The event opens Thursday with registration and a social, Friday morning golfers will be treated to breakfast before teeing off at the Hillcrest Golf Club at 9:00am.

Among the alumni returning for the event include Theo Fleury, Brayden Point, Tanner Jeannot, Jayden Halbgewachs, Zach Sawchenko, and many others are expected to return and will be joined by several current Warriors, Warriors staff, and other celebrities.

The Western Hockey League is currently one of the leading providers of post-secondary scholarships in Western Canada.  The Moose Jaw Warriors contribute over $100,000 annually for their graduated players.  Last year, the event raised $86,000 and to date, this tournament has successfully raised just shy of $850,000 for the Warriors Education Fund.

Entry for the tournament is $400 per golfer, registration information or details on how to be a partner in the 10th Annual MNP Warriors Alumni Golf Tournament please contact Todd Hudson at 631.0288, Rachel Sproule,, Pete Iatridis,, or Corey Nyhagen,

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