PUEBLO, Colo. The Colorado State University-Pueblo softball team announced its Cancer Awareness Day set for Saturday when the Pack welcome Adams State University for a four-game Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference series at Rawlings Softball Complex.
CSU-Pueblo and Adams begin a four-game set at noon Saturday and wrap the series with two more games Sunday starting at 11 a.m.
Both teams will play in different uniforms than normal in honor of two devastating cancers. CSU-Pueblo will don yellow jerseys and wear the same color ribbons in their hair in honor of childhood cancer. Adams State will wear teal in honor of prostate cancer.
The Pack encourages fans to join them in honoring any form of cancer. The first 25 fans in attendance will receive a t-shirt courtesy of Pack softball. A moment of silence will be held prior to the start of the doubleheader.
First pitch is set for 12 p.m. at Rawlings Softball Complex.