Now in its 6th year, the goal of Daughters for Dads is to raise awareness and funds to help researchers put an end to cancer taking our loved ones away from us. Our fight is fueled by the memories we share of Bryan Shoemaker, Don Tremblay, David Anderson and Phil Mulvey. We can still hear their encouraging voices in the stands and see their smiles when the sun is shining on the Notre Dame and William & Mary women’s lacrosse programs. We know that their fighting spirit is still with us and we will continue our relentless pursuit of winning the battle against cancer by raising funds to put an end to this horrible disease.
No one has said it better than Jordy Shoemaker: “Dollars lead to research, research leads to more time, and more time is priceless.”
The women’s lacrosse team will be highlighting the incredible work that Harper Cancer Research Institute is doing around cancer research at games throughout the month of March. This includes games on March 1, March 7, March 18, and March 29. Saint Joseph Health System will also be donating $10 per fan at each of these games.
The annual lacrosse toss will be taking place at the game on Sunday, March 29. Donations will be taken online and every ball will be $5.
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