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Volleyball to host USC in annual 'Pink-Out' game

October 14, 2010

This Friday marks the annual Arizona State University Pink Game to spread breast cancer awareness, celebrate the brave survivors of the disease, advances 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 $3 admission to the game when the Sun Devils host No. 5 USC Trojans on Friday night at 7 p.m.

Information tables will set up by the Susan G. Komen For the Cure as well as there will be special PA reads about the disease.

Komen for the Cure is the world's largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cure. Money raised for the foundation funds important research, education, and health services to those affected by breast cancer.

Volleyball then hosts No. 10 UCLA Bruins on Saturday for the annual Sparky’s Kids to College Game Night at 7pm.

Also, sign up at the front door of admissions to win an autographed volleyball of the team! Come out to support women’s volleyball by wearing pink for your Sun Devils. Check out for all upcoming events.

Group Opportunities this Season:

Don't forget that groups of 15 or more receive a $3 admission into home ASU Volleyball matches this season. Also coaches if you are interested in registering your organization or team to participate in a halftime scrimmage, please contact Krista Huffman at