Women's Soccer will be wearing pink through the month of October to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month
EASTON, Massachusetts (October 3, 2018) - The Stonehill College women's soccer team will be wearing pink throughout the month of October to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The team will also host a Play4TheCure game later this month where pink shirts and bracelets will be sold.
The team will be wearing pink in honor of anyone who is affected by breast cancer during the month of October. The team will also be accepting any donations for the National Foundation for Cancer Research, either online or at their Play4TheCure game on Saturday, October 20 at 11:00 a.m. on Skyhawk Field as the Skyhawks host Saint Michael's College in Northeast-10 Conference play.
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-- About Play4TheCure --
Play4TheCure is the sport fundraising program for the National Foundation for Cancer Research which was founded in 2006 by Tina Reinprecht, coach of the Mystx Field Hockey Club in Feasterville, Pennsylvania which provides funding worldwide to the best scientists to enable cutting edge research that other large cancer organizations can't and won't fund. Play4TheCure inspires young athletes and their teams to leverage their passion for sports to "Play4" loved ones affected by cancer and encourages them to actively participate in working to fund cancer research to make a difference.