Tomorrow's soccer doubleheader moved to Northrop Fields

April 01, 2005|By Lowell E. Sunderland

Tomorrow evening's college soccer doubleheader to benefit two Howard County-based cancer funds has been moved to Northrop Fields at Covenant Park, off Centennial Lane near Centennial Park, from Reservoir High School's stadium.

Louise Waxler, director of the KICKS Against Breast Cancer Fund, said the two games had to be moved to Covenant Park's synthetic turf because of the already-soaked stadium field and the prospect of more rain. The games, as well as the full day of other college games at Covenant Park, also benefit the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.

The doubleheader is to begin at 6 p.m. with a game between North Carolina's women's team and Maryland, followed by Maryland's men facing Towson. Admission is a tax deductible $10 for the full day of play.

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