Volleyball Defeats Appalachian
The Kentucky Christian University volleyball team defeated Appalachian Bible College in the Lusby Center Tuesday evening 3-0. KCU won the three sets going 25-13, 25-9, and 25-17.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and tonight’s game was dubbed the “Dig for a Cure” game as the Lady Knights were looking to raise awareness and money for Breast Cancer Research. KCU and a number of fans wore pink to show their support for the cause. Papa John’s Pizza and the KCU bookstore sponsored a mid-match event which saw a KCU student and a breast cancer survivor paired against each other in a dig for the pink game. It was a great atmosphere, a great event, and a great game.
Coach Dixon is always proud to support the Breast Cancer Awareness Cause, “I am proud of the girls for playing in a game that has a higher calling and that is promoting Breast Cancer Awareness. I know it somehow or another affects us all. The girls came out and played hard and played as a team and I can’t ask for much more as a coach.”
The Lady Knights travel to Michigan this weekend to participate in the Grace Bible College Tournament.