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Join Titans for Third-Annual Soccer for Hope Match

FULLERTON, Calif. For the third-consecutive year, the Cal State Fullerton women's soccer team will partner with Soccer For Hope, a non-profit cancer awareness foundation, to help spread cancer awareness at Saturday's spring match against Loyola Marymount.
 
The evening at Titan Stadium begins with a 4 p.m. kickoff between Fullerton Rangers and West Coast Soccer youth clubs, followed by a 6 p.m. start for Cal State Fullerton and Loyola Marymount.
 
Admission to the event is free and food trucks will be on site during both evening contests
 
April 2016
FULLERTON, Calif. For the third-consecutive year, the Cal State Fullerton women's soccer team will partner with Soccer For Hope, a non-profit cancer awareness foundation, to help spread cancer awareness at Saturday's spring match against Loyola Marymount.
 
The evening at Titan Stadium begins with a 4 p.m. kickoff between Fullerton Rangers and West Coast Soccer youth clubs, followed by a 6 p.m. start for Cal State Fullerton and Loyola Marymount.
 
Admission to the event is free and food trucks will be on site during both evening contests.
 
THIRD-ANNUAL SOCCER FOR HOPE MATCH
Saturday, April 9
Match 1
: 4 p.m. Fullerton Rangers vs. West Coast Soccer Club
Match 2: 6 p.m. Cal State Fullerton vs. Loyola Marymount
Location: Titan Stadium
Admission is FREE
 
CSF’s match with Lions will be its second of the day as the Titans are scheduled to host Azusa Pacific at 9 a.m., Saturday, at the Titan Track Complex.
 
Soccer For Hope is a non-profit cancer awareness foundation located in Orange County that helps spread cancer awareness. The organization has been driven by its goal to raise funds and awareness for children with life-threatening diseases.
 
Soccer for Hope will be in attendance at Saturday's match to distribute information about the organization's work.
 
Be The Match will also be in attendance at Titan Stadium allowing fans, families, alumni or faculty and staff to voluntarily register as bone marrow donors.
 
For over 10 years, Cal State Fullerton has supported Soccer For Hope with student-athletes participating in yearly youth camps that the organization hosts to support children and families affected by cancer.
 
Soccer For Hope is an organization founded by Oliver & Jamie Wyss in 1998. Oliver is a former professional soccer player and survivor of Aplastic Anemia. The organization has been driven by its goal to raise funds and awareness for children with life-threatening diseases.
 
Oliver & Jamie's young children, Hudson and Abella, were both diagnosed with very rare, cancerous brain tumors. Since its inception, Soccer For Hope has progressed from an annual local event in Southern California to a nationwide charity that benefits thousands of children and their families.
 
The 2015 Titans advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive year as well as the seventh time in the program's history, and gained its tourney berth by winning its third-straight Big West Tournament title (sixth overall).
 
In addition, the Titans won a share of the 2015 Big West Conference regular season championship, marking the third time in the last four years (2012, 2014, 2015), the Titans earned the title as well as the program's eighth regular season championship overall.
 
Fullerton's record of 16-3-2 was its best since 2005, as the Titans opened the season with six consecutive wins – a new program record. In addition, Fullerton's 46 goals ranked fifth all-time in program history and were the most scored for the team since 2005. The Titans' 49 assists rated second in program history.
 
The Titans led the Big West Conference in goals (46), points (141), assists (49) and saves (101).
 
LMU is coming off the best season in its program’s history. The Lions concluded their historic run with a 15-6-1 overall record. Along the way, LMU set program records for wins (15), West Coast Conference wins (7), WCC standing (tied for 2nd) and earned their first-ever postseason victories - a 1-0 shutout at No. 17 Cal in the NCAA Tournament First Round, and a 1-0 shutout of Minnesota in the tournament's Second Round.

April 2016

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