Swimming and Diving Honoring Teammate With Pledge to Raise Money for Cancer Research

Swimming and Diving Honoring Teammate With Pledge to Raise Money for Cancer Research

The Central Connecticut women's swimming and diving team has set out to raise $1,000 for cancer research in honor of their teammate Katelyn Mann

Mann, a sophomore with the Blue Devils, was diagnosed with Stage 2 Hodgkin's Lymphoma during the fall semester.  The Blue Devils have set a deadline of Feb. 20 to raise the $1,000, and if they reach their goal Mann will shave head coach Bill Ball's head at the 2018 Northeast Conference Swimming and Diving Championships Feb. 21-24.

All proceeds from the team's fundraiser will be donated to cancer research!

The team created the video below, to share their feelings and to show their love for their teammate.

TO DONATE, CLICK HERE! 

(Important: Donations made to this fundraiser are not considered donations to the CCSU Foundation, Inc. and will not receive donative credit from the Foundation. Donations are being made to a private fundraiser which will then be presented to the cancer charity of the team's choice.)

 

 

 

 

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