Posted: Aug 20, 2014 08:25 PM MDT
Updated: Aug 24, 2016 12:06 AM MDT
Stull was challenged by Louisiana Monroe Director of Athletics Brian Wickstrom
Wickstrom, an El Pasoan, was Stull's 2nd-in-command
Stull challenged sports reporters Bret Bloomquist, Bill Knight and Steve Kaplowitz
Coach Kugler challenged his daughter
UTEP' Athletic Director Bob Stull and Football Coach Sean Kugler take Ice Bucket Challenge
UTEP Athletics: raising ALS awareness
Paydirt Pete, will you take the challenge?
UTEP said Miner women's basketball coach Keitha Adams, softball coach Tobin Echo-Hawk and volleyball coach Holly Watts, along with her team, have already accepted the challenge, said the university.
The Hoy-Fox management team takes the Ice Bucket Challenge
General Manager John Heaton even wore his suit
Hoy-Fox employees donated $500 towards ALS research
Hoy-Fox's Heaton challenged all El Paso dealerships to donate towards research for Lou Gehrig's disease
Heaton challenged all El Paso dealerships to donate and support research for Lou Gehrig's disease
Luke Lyddon challenged ABC-7's Louie Del Rio
ABC-7's Luke Lyddon took the Ice Bucket challenge and supported ALS research.
ABC-7 Sports Anchor Louie Del Rio challenges his co-worker, Ashlie Rodriguez.
Louie made a contribution towards ALS research thinking about family member with Lou Gehrig's disease
ABC-7's Ashlie Rodriguez accepts the Ice Bucket Challenge from her weekend co-workers
Ashlie Rodriguez also made a donation to support ALS research
El Paso Community College takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
The superintendents of the Canutillo and Socorro school districts met at Canutillo High to answer the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. They both also made a donation to the ALS Association. Not only are they now challenging superintendents in El Paso but all superintendents nationwide. Canutillo ISD board member Armando Rodriguez and Socorro ISD board member Cynthia Najera also took the challenge.