LAUREN HILL NUMBER 22 HER FIRST COLLEGE BASKETBALL GAME
MEDICAL DISEASES CANCER : COLLEGE BASKETBALL : Lauren Hill #22: Her First College Basketball Game
Lauren Hill #22: Her First College Basketball Game
Lauren Hill (basketball)
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“Lauren Hill (October 1, 1995 – April 10, 2015) was an American freshman basketball player
at Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati, who suffered from terminal brain cancer.
She was runner up for 2014 Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year, coming second in
voting to Mo'ne Davis.
Lauren Hill was born in Greendale, Indiana. Her battle with cancer became public
when the NCAA agreed to allow Mount St. Joseph to play Hiram College two weeks
prior to the original game date so Hill could play. The location of the game was also
originally moved from Hiram's Price Gymnasium to Mount St. Joseph's Harrington
Center so that Hill would not have to travel the over 300 miles from Cincinnati to Hiram.
However, due to public interest in the game, it was later moved from the 2,000 seat
Harrington Center to the 10,250 seat Cintas Center on the campus of Xavier University.
She raised US$1 million for pediatric cancer research with a Cincinnati telethon for
The Cure Starts Now Foundation. The Foundation then donated $1 million to brain cancer
research and continues to grow and donated over $4.7 million to medical research in 2015.
Hill's family signed her up for hospice care on December 1, 2014.
After Hill played in four games and made five layups, Mount St. Joseph basketball coach
Dan Benjamin announced that she would not play in future games but would like to stay on as
an honorary coach. On January 7, 2015, Hill served as an assistant coach for the team.
Wheaties honored Hill with her picture on its cereal box.
On February 6, 2015, Hill was given an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters degree by
Mount St. Joseph University. “
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A Game for Lauren | An NCAA Champion Feature | NCAA.org
As a high school senior, Lauren Hill was diagnosed with a
Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG)
Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) Diffuse intrinsic pontine gliomas (DIPG)
are highly aggressive and difficult to treat brain tumors found at the base of the brain.
They are glial tumors, meaning they arise from the brain's glial tissue —
tissue made up of cells that help support and protect the brain's neurons.
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#playfor22 The Story of Lauren Hill
We met Lauren Hill on her 19th birthday shortly after she had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer called DIPG.
We followed her quest to play in one college basketball game before she died. That game was televised nationally,
and her mission to raise cancer awareness research funding became an international success story.
We followed her for the final six months of her life to tell the story she wanted the world to hear.
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