Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. – For the second year in a row, Lynn University's volleyball team was on site at PGA National Resort and Spa for the final round of the PGA Honda Classic, volunteering in benefit of the Quantum House.
The Blue and White crew spent Sunday distributing food and refreshments out of the concession stand to tournament spectators as Rickie Fowler clinched the first-place trophy.
All of the day's proceeds go to the Quantum House, a caring and supportive home that lessens the burden for families whose children are receiving treatment in Palm Beach County for a serious medical condition.
"Being able to volunteer at the Honda Classic was a great experience," redshirt-junior Trisha Mockapetris said. "We were able to use our skills as a team off the court to do good for our community. It might not seem glamorous to work in a concession stand at a golf tournament, but knowing that the proceeds are going towards the Quantum House makes it all worth it."
"I had a lot of fun volunteering at the Honda Classic," freshman Bailey Andrews added. "I enjoyed bonding with my team and interacting with the different people at the event. It was very rewarding knowing that the large amount of money we made that day was donated to Quantum House."