Brigance Brigade Teams Up With Big 12 Lacrosse Invitational To Fight ALS
November 14, 2016 - als
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It’s a large event for high athletes, though also a large change to give behind to a good cause.
The second annual Big 12 Lacrosse Invitational, teams adult with a Brigance Brigade Foundation to open doors for college recruitment and assistance families battling ALS.
This diversion of lacrosse has dual meanings today:
One being seen by some of a tip college lacrosse coaches, a other, financially assisting a Brigance Brigade Foundation.
“I meant we can’t assistance though only be humbled. To see a large hearts and see a hearts of people who peaceful to help,” pronounced Chanda Brigance, Brigance Brigade Foundation.
Chanda Brigance is a mother of former Raven, O.J. Brigance, who is battling a neurodegenerative disease, ALS.
Sunday’s Big 12 Lacrosse Invitational brought out 1,200 high propagandize lacrosse players, all looking to get detected and recruited by one or some-more of a 100 NCAA coaches on hand.
“It’s unequivocally an event for a kids to open doors to play lacrosse in college and for some of a kids, it’s non-stop for to only personification in college,” pronounced Kevin Mayer, Rock Lacrosse.
A win – win for both a players and a Brigance Brigade Foundation, providing equipment, support and lenient those vital with a disease.
“People unequivocally caring about people carrying a improved approach of life,” pronounced Chanda Brigance.
“The infrastructure that we were given as a family: a circle chairs, raps, respirators and all a support that we were offered, unequivocally helped us as a family to be with him during his remaining days, and it unequivocally influenced his peculiarity of life,” pronounced Mayer.
Organizers of a invitational contend kids came from as distant west as Texas, distant south as Florida and distant north as New York.