ADRIAN, Mich.--Brett Berger, the head coach of the nationally-ranked American Collegiate Hockey Association Division 1 women's program at Adrian College, has announced that the team raised $500 for Wounded Warrior Project during its Goal-A-Thon initiative last season.
The 2017-18 season proved to be extremely successful for the Bulldogs who finished No. 2 in the country after making it to the ACHA Division I championship game in Columbus, Ohio. Throughout the season, every goal for the counted, not just for themselves, but for the nation’s wounded veterans. The ACHA Division 1 women sponsored a Goal-A-Thon to raise money for WWP, tallying 172 goals that equated to a total of $500 for the organization. Donations were received from all over the country, and the proceeds went to supporting wounded soldiers who have returned from their service.
Brittany Levasseur led the team with 30 goals, which ranked third in ACHA Women's Division 1.
Berger expressed, “It is an honor to donate to such a great cause, and we look forward to donating even more to the Wounded Warrior Project this upcoming season.”
For the 2018-19 season, the Bulldogs will be looking to surpass last year’s program-record 172 goals, and raise more money for Wounded Warrior Project. If you’d like to join the movement and help the Bulldogs with their goal, you can sign up to pledge here.
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