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Physical Therapy students help raise $3,000 for wheelchair athletes

USC physical therapy students helped organize a soccer tournament on May 2-3 that doubled as a fundraiser for a rehabilitation center’s wheelchair sports program. The event, called “Footballers for Wheechair Athletes,” helped raise more than $3,000 for the Casa Colina Centers for rehabilitation, a non-profit group that aids people who have suffered a stroke, spinal cord injury or other disabling illness or injury. Left, a USC men’s team was one of 25 teams to compete during the event. Center, USC students and soccer players who joined the game included (back row from left):Todd Martin, Franklin Dill, Matt DeGraff, Neil McKenna, Josiah Anderson, (front row from left) Jeff Brown and Darren Stevens. At right, several athletes compete in a game of wheelchair soccer.

Physical Therapy students help raise $3,000 for wheelchair athletes

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