NGU to Hold Annual 'Pink Week'
Tigerville, SC (February 8, 2020)
North Greenville University Athletics is joining the nationwide effort to
defeat cancer by participating in “Pink Week.”
To begin the week-long campaign, North Greenville men’s volleyball team welcomes King University on Tues., Feb. 11 in Hayes Gymnasium starting at 7 p.m. Fans are encouraged to wear pink to support the cause. On Wednesday, Feb. 12, the softball team will play a double-header against Lincoln Memorial University beginning at 2 p.m. Baseball will host a double-header with Kentucky Wesleyan College with first pitch at 2 p.m. on Valentine’s Day, Friday, Feb. 14. To finish out the week, the basketball teams will take on Barton College on Sat. Feb. 15. The women’s game will begin at 2 p.m. and the men’s contest will tip-off following the ladies' game.
Donation buckets will be at each event. All proceeds received are being gifted to the Greenville Cancer Society. Admission to each event is $5. If cancer survivors would like to attend any of these contests, contact Zach Epting at email@example.com and you will be admitted free and recognized during the game.
Please join NGU athletics for these special events to celebrate those who have battled with cancer and those still in the everyday fight.
For information about NGU athletics, visit www.nguathletics.com.
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