Lacrosse game will benefit student and family
Posted on December 05, 2012
The Grand Valley men’s lacrosse team will host an exhibition game December 6 to benefit student and team member Jake Seiler and his family, whose house was destroyed by a fire Thanksgiving weekend.
All proceeds from the game against Davenport University will go to the family; the entry free is $5. The game is at 7 p.m. in the Kelly Family Sports Center.
Seiler serves as a defenseman on the lacrosse team and is a senior at Grand Valley this year.
“We are hopeful that the lacrosse community can come together to give back to a player who has given so much to the local lacrosse scene,” said Tim Murray, head lacrosse coach.
Read more on 412 LAX, a national lacrosse blog, here.