BETHLEHEM, Pa. --- Members of the Moravian College men's and women's basketball teams participated in a Via Basketball Clinic in Johnston Hall on Sunday, November 5.
The clinic for children with special needs was an opportunity for the Greyhounds' student-athletes to share their love of the game of basketball.
"Playing with these amazing kids, made me feel like a big kid," stated sophomore forward John Hargraves. "They made you forget about all the problems, struggles, or any other thing you go through on a daily basis. They made me feel happy and I could care less about the world around me, because all that mattered were those kids and the Greyhounds having fun."
"I'm so happy that I had the opportunity to participate in the Via Clinic, it is a really special feeling when helping someone less fortunate," commented sophomore guard Karlie Brogan from the women's squad.
The Allentown Morning Call covered the Via Basketball Clinic and has a photo gallery available at http://www.mcall.com/news/breaking/mc-via-basketball-clinic-for-athletes-with-special-needs-20171105-photogallery.html and a video of the event at http://www.mcall.com/news/local/95061161-132.html.