B4W Coming To The Duck Pond

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Tickets go on-sale Monday, April 18

Get your bats out! Alec Ingold will host the first-ever Battle For Wisconsin Charity Softball Game on Saturday, July 9th at 6:30 p.m. at Warner Park in Madison, Wisconsin. Fans will be able to see their favorite athletes in action as the teams compete for Wisconsin’s ultimate bragging rights, all while supporting a good cause. Two all-star teams of athletes and media personalities, led by Wisconsin Badgers alumnus Alec Ingold of the Miami Dolphins versus Sam Dekker and his Wisconsin football and basketball alumni buddies, will compete in the softball game.

In the following weeks, full squad lineups will be published, and they are expected to include some of Wisconsin’s greatest hometown heroes. The Ingold Family Foundation, Alec Ingold’s non-profit foundation dedicated to giving financial support, inspiration, and motivation to the community’s youngsters, will benefit from the Battle For Wisconsin Charity Softball Game.

Tickets for the Battle for Wisconsin Charity Softball Game go on-sale Monday, April 18.  Ticket prices begin at $20. All tickets can be purchased online. Sponsorships are available for both individuals and businesses. For additional information on group tickets, suites, or sponsorship options, please visit our website.

The Ingold Family Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by the Ingold family.
The Ingold Family Foundation is committed to creating inspiring and motivating surroundings. We bring together young people and community leaders to promote the ecosystem of excellence that they create together. Our activities help our students turn their dreams into goals and promote their vision of success.

The Madison Mallards are a team based in Madison, Wisconsin.
The Madison Mallards’ home, Warner Park’s The Duck Pond, will host this event. The Madison Mallards are a member of the Northwoods League, which is the best developing league for outstanding collegiate baseball players. The Northwoods League has a track record of producing top collegiate baseball players.

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