Goals For Good: Gents Against Alzheimers

Washington, DC (April 14, 2010) — Many were called, but few were chosen on Saturday March 27th to participate in the first ever Goals for Good lacrosse tournament taking place at Georgetown University Multi Sport Field the evening of April 24th. In a city were both rivalries and charities flourish it is only fitting that Goals for Good will be a melee with meaning; to raise attention and funds for the Alzheimer’s Association.

“The roster for this our first Goals for Good lacrosse game is an impressive mix of young athletes, business leaders, entrepreneurs and policy professionals.” said David Meslar, Goals for Good founder and 2010 Chair. “I cannot thank these guys enough for volunteering their time and skills to this event. The support from participants and especially our sponsors; VitaminWater, Tommy McFly and Mix 107.3, and Madlax.com has made this game a reality. I hope that it will continue to grow and serve as a reminder the importance of raising awareness and commitment to finding a cure for a disease that affects so many people and families.”

Goals for Good-Gents Against Alzheimer’s is a volunteer-driven event that raises awareness and funds for the Alzheimer’s Association. Two teams will compete in a lacrosse tournament to help end Alzheimer’s. Each team will recruit coaches, announcers and other volunteers to build an atmosphere of fierce and friendly competition. Leading up to game day, players will participate in a series of events with goal of increasing awareness for Alzheimer’s disease. Additionally, players will work to raise money to benefit the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association.

Join us for Game Day on April 24th to see this impressive list of participants in action. For more information on the events or to donate to Goals for Good please visit: Goals For Good.

Red Team Captain: Hunter Campbell
Matt Ward, Tom Snedeker, Lucius Polk, Jake Samperton, Mark Kovler, Peter Lamade, Chris David, Ian Healy, Brendan Healy, Brett Thompson, Thomas Alford, Jake Byrne, Andy Corno, JR Bordley, Ben Donoghue, Austin Bordley, John Frekko, Tyler Casertano, Tony Vita, Jeff King, Dave Evans, Penn Leachman, Dave Dibianco, Harry Alford

Blue Team Captain: Win Huffman
Bart Wagner, Luke Dixon, Tom Glatzel, Jon Spivey, Greg Rose, Jason Vassas, Matt Hickman, Pat Howell, Teddy Rykowski, DJ Andrzejewski, PJ Gilbert, Will Cutler, Drew Turner, Kip Turner, David Meslar, Chris Gill, David Tamberrino, Sam Orr, Pat Kirwan, Trenholm Boggs, Ben Schluter, Pell George, Ray Megill, Andrew Blechman, Billy Gerrish, Garrett Wells, Josh Rachman, Justin Lange.

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