Xavier men’s soccer will host Michigan State on Saturday night in the Fifth Annual “Devin’s Game” to raise Down Syndrome Awareness.
Head Coach Andy Fleming’s daughter, Devin, was born with Down Syndrome in 2011. Since then, “Devin’s Team” has raised over $55,000 for the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati (DSAGC).
Admission to the game is $5 per person with a portion going towards “Devin’s Team.” An average of 1,200 fans have attended this special game over the past five years.
First touch is at 7:30 p.m. on Xavier University’s soccer field.
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