Tue, Oct. 2, 2012 - [Volleyball]
Williamsburg, Ky. – On Friday, October 5th the University of the Cumberlands (UC) will be hosting their annual "Camouflage for the Cure" game. On this day everyone is asked to wear denim, pink, and/or camouflage to show your support against cancer.
The UC volleyball team will be supporting the cause by wearing pink and camouflage ribbons in warm-ups before their game against Brescia University at 6:00 pm. Head Coach Kara Clemenz and her team would like to invite everyone to support the cause and wear denim, pink, and/or camouflage to their match.
"In efforts to support UC's ‘Camouflage for the Cure' day this Friday, Oct. 5, our team will be wearing pink and camouflage to warm up in before our match," said Head Coach Kara Clemenz. "We invite everyone to join us in supporting this cause by wearing denim, pink, and camouflage to the match!"
On the season, the Patriots are 9-5 (4-2 MSC) overall looking to continue their hot play and keep moving up in the standings.
For more information on the Cumberlands volleyball team you can visit the athletics website http://www.cumberlandspatriots.com.