ASU Soccer announces breast cancer and multiple sclerosis awareness at home game
TEMPE, Ariz. - This Friday marks the annual Arizona State University soccer Pink-out game to spread breast cancer awareness, celebrate the brave survivors of the disease and gains in treatment, and reflect upon several years of progress worldwide in the search for a safe and effective cure for breast cancer. Fans wearing pink colored clothing will receive $2 admission to the game when the Sun Devils host the San Diego State Aztecs on Friday night at 7:00pm.
Also occurring this season is the first annual Multiple Sclerosis Awareness event. Fans will have the opportunity to register for the Phoenix MS Walk on the Wild Side event which is a 5-mile walk that winds through the Phoenix Zoo and Desert Botanical Garden. Money raised for the MS Walk allows the National MS Society to fund important research for a cure and provide programs and assistance to those affected by MS. Fans who show proof of MS Walk registration will receive $2 admission and those who register at the game will receive free admission as the Sun Devils open Pac-10 play against conference rival, the Washington Huskies, on Friday, October 12th at 7:00pm.
For more information on either of these events, please contact Pam at (480) 727-0002 or Pamela.Milhorn@asu.edu. To access all ASU Soccer Promotional information, including coupons and a schedule of events, please visit the Women's Soccer page on thesundevils.com and click on the links on the right side of the page.