31Svn are the Blue and Gold Breakers!

What a season!

The Indiana Pacers 2019-2020 season was a historical one for 31Svn SDA, as we introduced The Blue and Gold Breakers to Bankers Life Fieldhouse!! 

Coached by Seoul, our students took center court during the Pacers Games to help pump up the energy of the crowd during the games. The reception was phenomenal, with our performances receiving some of the loudest cheers of each game! 


We’re so proud of what our students have accomplished in such a short period of time and are so grateful to be a part of this amazing organization! 


Check out some of our highlights from our first season below! And be sure to catch the Blue and Gold Breakers at a Pacers game next season! 



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