TOWSON, Md. (Oct. 22, 2010) - In conjunction with their final home game of the year, the Towson field hockey team had a cancer awareness night. The team promoted the game ahead of time with flyers on campus and announcements at the home games leading up to it. Through donations collected at the door, the team raised $263 to be sent to the National Cancer Research Foundation. Everyone who made a donation received a pink ribbon as thanks for their support. The team wore pink shirts for warm-ups and had pink hair ribbons. The Tigers dedicated their cancer awareness night to Bobbi Madison, who will be their academic advisor in the spring and their sport administrator who is also a cancer survivor.
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