With beach season approaching, the women’s soccer team assisted with cleaning up Hazard Rocks in Narragansett Saturday, April 5. Team members walked along the rocks with gloves and trash bags and picked up everything they could find.
“Community service is something that is very important to our soccer program, athletic department and University as a whole,” Head Coach Michael Needham says. “We were happy to spend the morning at Hazard Rocks cleaning up the trash that had accumulated there. I think many times our players forget, in their day-to-day grind, that they have the opportunity to live in one of the most beautiful parts of the United States, and I believe it is our responsibility to help keep it that way.
“Our athletic department as a whole values the contributions our athletes make in competition, in the classroom, and in the community, and this project was just one example.”