Cobleskill hosts Be The Match program for former lacrosse player Yevoli

The Leader-Herald — When information reached the SUNY Cobleskill Athletic Department that former Fighting Tiger lacrosse player Anthony Yevoli, an Amsterdam graduate, the 2017 Upstate New York NY/Vermont Leukemia and Lymphoma Society “Boy of the Year” and the 2016 North Eastern Athletic Conference Inspirational Award recipient was in need of a bone marrow transplant the department put a plan into action.

On Sept. 11, led by the men’s lacrosse team, the athletic program sponsored a “Be The Match”program to encourage students, faculty and staff to sign-up for the National Bone Marrow Donor Program/Be The Match Registry in hopes of finding a match and a potential donor for Yevoli.

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