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Follow 10 Furman soccer players on a journey in Haiti

Men's Soccer Head Coach Doug Allison says the trip to Haiti is going to be a life-changing experience for all.

Ten Furman University soccer players will be aiming for a new kind of goal next week when they play the game in a different country. The players will work to make an impact on the lives of orphan children in Haiti while there during spring break, March 2- 9, reports The Greenville News. The  group of sophomores, along with coaches and other Furman administrators, will be in Haiti on a mission trip with international Christian non-profit organization Back2Back Ministries. Follow the Paladins on The Greenville News’ Instagram, which the players will commandeer during the week, giving a behind-the-scenes look at their experiences.

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