The 2009-10 Gannon University Women's Basketball Team
Head Coach Cleve Wright gives the team a pregame pep talk.
Senior forward Kim Vargas warms up before the 2010 Pink Zone game.
Kristina Freeman, a senior guard, prepares for the 2010 Pink Zone game, held Feb. 13.
Gannon students are all smiles about volunteering for the 2010 Pink Zone game, which supported breast cancer research and awareness.
Gannon students volunteered to help cancer survivors register during the 2010 Pink Zone event. Survivors' names were read aloud during the women's basketball game.
Drake, the Golden Knight mascot, poses with students during a break in the 2010 Pink Zone game.
Gannon cheerleaders got into the Pink Zone spirit!
A special pink basketball, autographed by team members, was one item up for auction during the 2010 Pink Zone game. All proceeds benefited the Erie chapter of the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.
Gannon's women's basketball team participated in its second annual Pink Zone event on Feb. 21, 2009.
The 2008-09 Gannon University Women's Basketball Team
Women's basketball teammates pause for a picture before the Pink Zone game in Gannon's Hammermill Center.
Members of the Gannon and greater Erie communities joined together as the Pink Zone committee.
The team huddles before finishing warm-ups.
Gannon students helped visitors get into the Pink Zone spirit with pom-poms.
The event was sponsored by several local businesses, including The Center for Breast Health. Sponsors were on hand to provide information and help raise awareness of breast cancer.
Head Coach Cleve Wright gives his team a pep talk before the game.
Gannon cheerleaders lead the crowd in supporting the Golden Knights.
Drake, the Golden Knight mascot, shows off the Pink Zone T-shirt with pride.
Gannon students cheer on the women's basketball team during the 2008 Think Pink (now called Pink Zone) game.
The 2007-08 Gannon University Women's Basketball Team
Gannon students helped man the concession stand during the 2008 Think Pink game.
Gannon students show their school spirit with help from mascot Drake.
Sales of items like candles and T-shirts during the event helped support the American Cancer Society.
The Gannon cheerleading squad supported the 2008 Think Pink game.
Gannon University's Think Pink basketball game raised $10,000 for the American Cancer Society.