Home > Newsfeed
Stephanie Sheehan - May 2016
Just about one year ago, pitcher Ryan Radue was told he had cancer in his knee and neck, as he was thriving doing what he loves: baseball.After completing his final round of chemotherapy at UConn Health in January, he's finally able to say he's cancer free, and is aiming to get back in the bullpen.
Though Radue has had to undergo quite an arduous process to regain the muscle he lost during treatment, including working out six days a week on an intense lifting. conditioning, and stability circuit, he remains extremely determined. His coaches, teammates, professors, and other campus professionals have all been a great source of strength as he works hard to return.
"The support system out here is awesome. Everyone stepped up to the plate even more than I had hoped", Radue said.
For the full story, click here.
Original source: dailycampus.com