Delaware Men’s Lacrosse To Wear Special Cancer Awareness Uniforms, T-Shirts During Saturday’s Game vs. Saint Joseph’s
NEWARK, Del. -- The University of Delaware men’s lacrosse team is raising awareness of the fight against all kinds of cancer for the second straight year by wearing special white uniforms with pinks numbers and accents.
Saturday, April 14 is Cancer Awareness Day at Delaware Stadium when the Blue Hens host Saint Joseph’s at 1 p.m. The team will sport their special uniforms, and encourages all fans and the Delaware lacrosse community to show their support by wearing pink to the game.
Additionally, the team will be wearing special pink Cancer Awareness “NEVER QUIT” t-shirts during warm-ups, which were spearheaded and designed by seniors Eric Smith, Carter Bloor, and Tim Langmaid. The t-shirts feature a multi-colored cancer ribbon on the back. The various colors in the ribbon represent the different types of cancer that affect so many.
Fans who ordered the shirts are also encouraged to wear them to support the initiative.
Saturday, April 14 is also Blue Hens Fandemonium – enjoy the entire day with the Blue Hens! Join us for an action-packed day of Blue Hens Athletics & Recreation including the Fan Zone with live entertainment, food, fun, and football and men’s lacrosse team autographs. Stay tuned to BlueHens.com for more information.