Men’s Lacrosse Team Gives Back

The men’s lacrosse team, coached by Brad Barber, MBA ’13, are all about giving back to the Frederick community. Earlier this week they presented a check for $2,000 to the FMH Hurwitz Breast Cancer Fund, raised through its fall lacrosse tournament entry fees, donations and T-shirt sales. The 40-member team also assisted at last October’s Annual Pink Ribbon Fun 5K Run/Walk, held to raise awareness and funds for the FMH Hurwitz Breast Cancer Fund.

A Hood education encompasses more than just academic knowledge. Students graduate from the College with a strong sense of community and are prepared for lives of responsibility and leadership. Clearly the men’s lacrosse team members live up to this ideal!

Pictured: Ken Coffey, vice president and chief development officer at Frederick Memorial Hospital; Mike Russo, assistant coach; Barber; Patty Hurwitz, fund founder along with her husband, Jeff, and chair of the Pink ribbon committee; President Volpe; Sade Wolf, development officer at FMH; Olivia White, dean of students and vice president for student life.

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