Men's Soccer Helps Raise Money to Benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters Program

DURHAM, N.H. – Members of the University of New Hampshire men's soccer team gathered at the Bowl-O-Rama in Portsmouth, N.H. to take part in the Bowl For Kids' Sake, held by the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. The event took place on Thursday, May 2.

Freshman back Andrew Chaput (Manchester, N.H.), along with juniors Matthew Weinstein (Anchorage, Alaska), Cody Cormier (Bangor, Maine), Byron Greenwood (Greenland, N.H.), Jeffrey Turner (Blandon, Pa.) and associate head coach Ewan Seabrook represented the UNH men's soccer program at the event. The group helped raise $900, which is directly applied to the costs of matching a child with a mentor.

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