Longtime University of Miami public address announcer Jay Rokeach and UM Sports Hall of Fame member and retired baseball catcher Charles Johnson helped raise funds at the 2016 Celebrity Bowling Tournament.
Longtime University of Miami public address announcer Jay Rokeach and UM Sports Hall of Fame member and retired baseball catcher Charles Johnson helped raise funds at the 2016 Celebrity Bowling Tournament. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Longtime University of Miami public address announcer Jay Rokeach and UM Sports Hall of Fame member and retired baseball catcher Charles Johnson helped raise funds at the 2016 Celebrity Bowling Tournament. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

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