CVSC @ Team Breezy Collegiate Cup 2012

A Benefit for Brianne (Breezy) Bochenek

The Bay Area soccer community (including the Cal and Stanford’s women’s soccer teams) banded together last weekend to help a fellow soccer player in need.  Brianne "Breezy" Bocheneck, a fourth grader, who played for the Tri-Valley Soccer Club, was diagnosed osteosarcoma (a form of bone cancer) and as a result had her left leg amputed.

The Bay Area soccer community (including the Cal and Stanford’s women’s soccer teams) banded together last weekend to help a fellow soccer player in need.  Brianne "Breezy" Bocheneck, a fourth grader, who played for the Tri-Valley Soccer Club, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma (a form of bone cancer) and as a result had her left leg amputed.

With some help, Team Breezy put together the Team Breezy Collegiate Soccer Cup featuring a Cal vs. Stanford women’s Spring soccer match to help defray Breezy’s as well as other youth’s medical costs related to cancer treatment.  As part of the game, the surrounding youth soccer clubs were invited to participate in the event.  CVSC was proud to be a part of this great cause and hosted a face painting booth.  Both the Cal and Stanford teams as well as Breezy stopped by the booth to get painted for the game.

CVSC would like to thank the Tara Hyde organizing CVSC’s participation in this event.  CVSC would like to thank the following people and families for their help: Cox Family, Berlin Family, Swartz family, Valdez family, Vance family, Vallejo family, Lourdes Navarrete, Kristy Willits, Larriega family, Kristen Can, Hagan family and Karen Lau.

You can read more about Team Breezy at teambreezy.org.

 

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