Madonna Football Team Visits Schools for "Fist Bump Fridays"

two students on the football field smile for the camera

LIVONIA, MICH. – The Madonna University football team has launched a new initiative, "Fist Bump Fridays," to connect with young students in the Livonia community. 

For the past several weeks, team members have visited a local elementary school each Friday morning to greet students as they arrive. So far, Crusaders have stopped by Hoover and Randolph Elementary Schools, high-fiving and chatting with students to share some pre-weekend excitement. 

This program aims to build positive relationships between university athletes and the younger generation, fostering a sense of community spirit. The initiative has been well-received, and the team looks forward to visiting more schools in the coming weeks. 

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