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National Camp Series (NCS) Associate Lee McDonald of Special Teams Solutions Joins Kicking For The Dream’s Effort to Fight Ovarian Cancer
Date:6/8/2013

(PRWEB) June 08, 2013

National Camp Series (NCS) Associate Lee McDonald, of Special Teams Solutions, has joined Kicking For The Dream’s effort to fight ovarian cancer according to NFL Kicker, and Kicking For The Dream Founder, Billy Cundiff.

McDonald and Cundiff share a special bond when it comes to the Kicking For The Dream project. Both of them lost their mother-in-laws to ovarian cancer. And like Cundiff, who started Kicking For The Dream to honor his mother-in-law Colleen Drury, McDonald is taking this opportunity to do the same.

"I am honored to support Kicking for the Dream to combat ovarian cancer, a disease my family is all too familiar with,” says McDonald. “My mother-in-law was an inspiration to everyone who met her. The Special Teams Solutions IMO Joanne J. Amato team will continue to carry on her legacy by helping improve the outlook of those women suffering from ovarian cancer and those yet to be diagnosed.”

McDonald says Kicking For The Dream goes beyond helping those facing ovarian cancer.

"Kicking for the Dream also teaches specialists that football is but a small fraction of the game of life and that their next field goal could save their mother, sister or a loved one,” McDonald adds.

Go here for Lee McDonald’s Kicking For The Dream page.

McDonald signed a full scholarship to Rutgers University from where he earned a B.A. and M.Ed.

The former Scarlet Knight is known for his 1999 game winning overtime field goal that upset the Syracuse Orangemen 24-21. McDonald also garnered Special Teams Player of the Week honors twice dur
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