Tonight: Volleyball to Host ‘Dig Pink’ Night to Raise Breast Cancer Awareness

| October 1, 2014

The Webster University’s volleyball team is hosting its annual “Dig Pink” night to raise awareness of breast cancer, and to raise funds toward the battle against it.

This year’s event is Wednesday, Oct. 1, as the Gorloks take on both of their Big Bend rivals, Fontbonne University and Washington University.

The first match, vs. Fontbonne, begins at 6 p.m., with the Washington U. match to follow. The Bears are currently ranked #4 nationally in the NCAA III.

Everyone attending “Dig Pink” night will have a chance to participate in a silent auction, and enter a 50 – 50 raffle. All proceeds from the event will go to the Side-Out Foundation, a volleyball-themed organization devoted to the battle against breast cancer. There is no need to wait to donate and if you can’t make the match you can donate here.

The Webster Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) will be hosting a volleyball serving contest that evening as well. Entry to the contest is free, and winners can take home Domino’s Pizza as prizes.

Come out and enjoy an evening of top notch volleyball action, and help out in the fight against breast cancer as well.

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