UofL MEN'S SOCCER | Cards Host Annual "Kickin' It for JT and Friends" Clinic

07/22/2017 05:55 PM

UofL men’s soccer head coach Ken Lolla and his Cardinal program held the 7th annual “Kickin’ It for JT and Friends” clinic on Saturday afternoon.

The free clinic, which took place at Louisville’s Mockingbird Valley Sports Complex, was for children and adults with special needs.

“We had a great day,” said Lolla. “A lot of participants in what was just equally is how many volunteers we had out.”

The event is named after Lolla’s nephew, JT, who has special needs.

“He’s (JT) always fun,” said UofL midfielder/defender Tim Kubel. “It’s just so much fun to be here.”

Andrew Chernoff

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