The men's and women's basketball coaching staffs of Black Hills State University and South Dakota School of Mines participated in the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Cancer vs. Coaches "Suits and Sneakers" Cancer Awareness Week last week at as the Yellow Jackets and Hardrockers faced each other in Dakota Athletic Conference play.
The NABC is in conjunction with the American Cancer Society, encouraged coaches to wear sneakers with their regular game suits at contest held during this weekend to show support for the Coaches vs. Cancer program. "Suits and Sneakers" unites coaches from across the country in the common effort to raise awareness for the fight to save lives from cancer.
Thanks to the dedicated efforts of college and high school coaches across the country, Coaches vs. Cancer has been helping the American Cancer Society save lives since 1993 by helping people stay well by educating and empowering people to avoid cancer or find it early; helping people get well with free programs and services when they're facing cancer; by finding cures by conducting and investing in research that yields groundbreaking discoveries into cancer's causes and cures; and by fighting back by helping pass laws that fight cancer and keep our communities healthy.
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Wednesday, October 26, 2016