The Louisville men’s basketball team is set to host a charity softball game with proceeds benefiting the charity Jaxen’s Journey. The game dubbed, “Louisville Basketball: The Show,” will take place on Monday, July 19th at 6 pm in Jim Patterson Stadium.
The game will feature members of this year’s team and coaching staff battling it out in a fun game of intra-squad softball. There is no set admission fee, but a donation to Jaxen’s Journey is encouraged. You can donate by clicking the story link in the tweet and then clicking the link within the story. Donations will be collected at the entrances to Jim Patterson Stadium during the event.
Jaxen’s Journey is a charity started by Louisville men’s basketball strength and conditioning coach Andy Kettler and his wife Kimberly. It honors his son who Jaxen who passed away at age 2 to brain cancer in 2016. The charity benefits pediatric cancer research.
The event will also feature an autograph session with the 2021-2022 team, a trading card set featuring the team, and other promotions. If you’re hungry, thirsty, or want to buy some sweet Cards merchandise, the concessions and merchandise sales will be open for the event.
To learn more details about the event and to donate in advance, read the press release from UofL Athletics which can be viewed by clicking the link in the tweet below:
PLAY BALL! 🥎https://t.co/CjIXYx8FZq#GoCards— Louisville Basketball (@LouisvilleMBB) June 21, 2021
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