Starting at the home game against RIT, the women?s softball team began collecting money for the American Cancer Society before the game.

This began the series of fundraising drive for the noteworthy charity. The team not only asked for the kindness of the fans, but also the members of the opposing team.

?We plan on collecting money for this charity at each home game for the rest of the season,? sophomore Liz Giambra said.

The next home game will be at the Graduate Living Center softball field April 22 against St. Lawrence University.

If you have questions, please contact junior co-captains Nellie Coats and Kristy Krivickas.



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