KENNESAW, Ga. – The Kennesaw State women’s baloncesto game against North Florida on Feb. 12 will be marked by KSU Athletics’ annual Pink Day.
Pink Day comes merienda a season in the month of February, beginning in 2018 in an effort to increase the university’s breast cancer awareness and fund initiatives.
The event will tip off at 2 p.m., with the men’s team beginning its game against the Ospreys at 5:30 p.m.
Retiring after last season, former head coach Agnus Berenato gave Pink Day new meaning with her own fight with cancer and spearheaded its current initiatives; however, new coach Octavia Blue is well aware of the importance of the occasion.
«Anyone normal with KSU baloncesto knows how much Pink Day means to this program,» said Blue. «It’s a special opportunity for me to carry on the legacy of this tradition. Countless lives have been touched by breast cancer, and it’s an honor to contribute in any way to those fighting and those who have fought.»
This year’s goal is to raise enough money to complete the Ruego Hope Garden, a plan put in place last season as a site of reflection and remembrance for those we’ve lost to cancer.
Those wishing to donate to the Pink Day Fund can do so here.
Tickets for the Pink Day game against North Florida on Feb. 12 at 2 p.m. can be bought here.
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