15-Year-Old Battling Tumor Joins Boston College Women's Ice Hockey TeamThe Boston College women's ice hockey team has a new recruit: 15-year-old Natalia Donnelly of Norwood.
Needham 8-Year-Old Joins Harvard Men's Soccer Through Team IMPACTThe Harvard men’s soccer team introduced its newest member during a ceremony Wednesday night.
Team Impact Celebrates New Friendships At Annual Gala Since 2011, Team Impact has paired kids with serious illnesses up with college sports teams all around the country.
Boston University Signs 5-Year-Old To Lacrosse TeamThe BU men's lacrosse team drafted a 5-year-old boy who has been fighting a brain tumor.
Fist Bump Kid Liam Fitzgerald 'Drafted' By WPI Basketball TeamThe Fist Bump Kid was drafted into the college ranks Thursday.
Patriots Players, Governor Attend Gala Supporting Kids With Chronic IllnessesPatriots stars Matthew Slater and Patrick Chung, owner Robert Kraft, and Governor Charlie Baker were among the celebrities at a charity gala for Team IMPACT.
Family Of Girl Battling Cancer Surprised With New CarA Brockton family with a little girl who's battling cancer got a huge surprise from a local car dealer.
Team IMPACT Helps 13-Year-Old Boy Join WPI Football TeamWorcester Polytechnic Institute introduced the newest member of its football team on Wednesday night.
13-Year-Old Joins Northeastern Women's Soccer Team Through Team IMPACTThe Northeastern University women’s soccer team has a new superstar.
Tufts Football Gains New Team Member Through Team IMPACTZach, a 15-year-old with Acute Lymphoblastic Lymphoma, has signed as a member of the Tufts University football team.
Team IMPACT Improving The lives Of Children, College AthletesTeam IMPACT is a non-profit that matches children with life-threatening and chronic illnesses with college athletic teams.
Keller @ Large: Team IMPACT Is 'Pure Love On Parade'What a wonderful idea, what a success story, and what a gift all involved are giving each other and themselves.
Team Impact Connects Courageous Kids With College AthletesIt's heartbreaking when a child is seriously ill, but some local people are working together to help them recover by "drafting" those kids into college sports, and that can change lives.