Pink in the Rink: Tufts vs. Trinity (Hockey)
Fan the Fire is a new group focused on combining Spirit, Sports and Service as in the tradition of active citizenship at Tufts. Basically every team at Tufts is connected to a charitable organization, and Fan the Fire puts on events that allows those organizations to be highlighted during certain meets, races, or games.
So last night, Fan the Fire teamed up with the Tufts hockey team to host “Pink in the Rink” to support cancer research and awareness. It was pretty cool! We got free t-shirts, and you could buy pucks with pink Jumbos on them, and there was a raffle for a special edition pink jersey that all the hockey players were wearing in support of their cause.
Special edition pink jerseys on the Tufts team
President Monaco and his son drop the puck in their special edition jerseys.
It was really cool, and Fan the Fire was definitely successful. Props to the Trinity team for pretty good NESCAC play; our goalie was awesome but couldn’t hold the Bantams back. They skated better, and were more aggressive.
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