Syracuse Bryant & Stratton College Soccer Programs Honor Domestic Violence Survivor

There are times when it seems like the only thing that matters is what takes place between the whistles. Wednesday’s soccer matches were a perfect reminder of the gravity of what takes place outside the field of play.

The Bryant & Stratton College men’s and women’s soccer teams wore purple wristbands in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month while devoting the games to a survivor of domestic violence, Anne Kilduff.

Kilduff, a Bryant & Stratton College student, decided to start a new life at age 58. After an abusive relationship of 27 years, she wanted to start fresh. One of her first steps was to enroll at Bryant & Stratton College to pursue a degree in human resources. Just two years and a 4.0 GPA later, Kilduff crossed the stage as a Bryant & Stratton College graduate with an associate degree in human resources.

Read more about Anne's story and how the men's and women's soccer program honored her by following this link.

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