GT Celeb Team Announced For Charity Game

Nov. 13, 2014

THE FLATS – The roster for the Georgia Tech celebrity slow-pitch game against the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team (WWAST) is set. The GT Celebs take on the WWAST at Mewborn Field on Sunday at 11 a.m. Admission is free, but donations benefitting the WWAST are encouraged.

 

“What the Wounded Warriors are able to do is just so humbling and it’ll just be a great event for anybody to see,” said head coach Shelly Hoerner. “Hopefully a lot of Georgia Tech student-athletes and fans will be out watching the game. What these people do for our country and what they’ve sacrificed is unbelievable and very humbling.”

Fans attending the game should park in the Lower Peters Parking Deck near Bobby Dodd Stadium.

 

Along with several softball alumni, the Georgia Tech Celebrity Slow-Pitch team features:

Current football recruiting assistant, runner up Heisman candidate and Davey O’Brien Award winner Joe Hamilton (’99)

Former men’s basketball player and current Associate AD for Finance and Administration Marvin Lewis (’04)

Former football player and current color analyst for the Tech-IMG Radio Broadcast Roddy Jones (’11)

Former football All-American Randy Rhino (’75) and his son Kelley Rhino (’02)

Member of the 2004 GT Final Four team Isma’il Muhammad

1990 Final Four and ACC Championship team member Brian Domalik

1990 Final Four and ACC Championship team Lethal Weapon 3 member Brian Oliver

GT Baseball Assistant Coach and GT Sports Hall of Fame member Bryan Prince

Rock 100 FM’s The Regular Guys – SouthSide Steve Rickman

Rock 100 FM’s The Regular Guys – Larry Wachs

Rock 100 FM’s The Regular Guys – Sebas  

Kicks 101.5 FM’s – Tug Cowart

GT Celebs in Attendance
GT Football All-American Lucius Sanford
GT Senior Women Administrator Theresa Wenzel
GT President G.P. “Bud” Peterson and wife, Val Peterson
Volleyball All-American Kele Eveland

The Hanger Clinic: Orthotic & Prosthetic Solutions will on site to promote new prosthetic equipment and support the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team.

 

Fans can learn more about the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team by visiting www.woundedwarrioramputeesoftballteam.org.

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