Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) July 28, 2013
Arena Football League (AFL) kicker Kenny Spencer of the New Orleans VooDoo, has joined Kicking For The Dream’s effort to fight ovarian cancer according to NFL Kicker, and Kicking For The Dream founder, Billy Cundiff.
"I've known Kenny Spencer since he was in high school," says Cundiff. "Kenny is a great kicker, always gives back to his community and is a stand up guy. We are excited to have him on board as we know he will be an inspiration to others."
Spencer says he is thrilled that Cundiff asked him to join the Kicking For The Dream project.
“When Billy called and asked me to be a apart of Kicking For A Dream, it was a no-brainer,” says Spencer. "I feel honored and couldn't be more happy to help fight for such a great cause. Ovarian cancer is a serious disease and can't be taken lightly.”
Go here for Kenny Spencer’s Kicking For The Dream page.
Spencer was assigned to the AFL’s New Orleans VooDoo on June 27, 2013 after spending time with the Spokane Shock (AFL).
In 2012, Spencer set a League record with 138 converted extra points on the season (94.5 conversion percentage) as a rookie with the Spokane Shock.
In field goal situations, Spencer converted 4 of 7 attempts with all three misses coming on field goals over 50 yards. For his outstanding performance in the 2012 season, Spencer received all-league honors and was named the AFL Kicker of the Year.
ABOUT KICKING FOR THE DREAM:
Billy Cundiff, who has been an NFL kicker for over 1
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