Men's Soccer Supporting Cancer Awareness

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Lace Up For Pediatric Cancer Awareness Campaign
Starting with Tuesday's game against Northern Illinois, some members of the Marquette University men's soccer team will sport neon yellow shoelaces in support of the Lace Up for Pediatric Cancer Awareness Campaign.

The campaign, which originated in New Jersey, has reached out to at least a dozen other universities who will be promoting their cause. 

The campaign is an effort by Go4theGoal Foundation ( to promote awareness about the struggle of many children against cancer.  They have reached out to high schools throughout New Jersey in addition to colleges nationwide.

National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
In addition to the neon laces, the Marquette men's soccer team will wear pink wristbands in support of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month nationwide.

Learn more about this cause, and how you can also join forces with the Golden Eagles men's soccer team to help support it, at

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