SALISBURY, Md. – The Salisbury University volleyball team will be hosting its "Dig Pink" match on Saturday, October 26 when it hosts Frostburg State University, with the match set to begin at 12 p.m.
The Sea Gulls will be working with the Side-Out Foundation to help raise money for the promotion of breast cancer awareness and education. The Side-Out Foundation has been committed to the unification of volleyball and its alliance with the breast cancer movement, while being involved with middle and high school, club and professional volleyball players and coaches.
The Gulls have set a donation goal of $500, which they have already exceeded.
In order to help the volleyball team's "Dig Pink" campaign, donations can be made at its campaign webpage by clicking here.
Salisbury will next be in action on Thursday as it hosts Penn State University-Harrisburg at 7 p.m., before the Sea Gulls will take the court on Saturday to host their "Dig Pink" match; be sure to come out and support the Sea Gulls' effort in the breast cancer movement and don't forget to wear pink.