Michigan Moustaches for Men's Health

Michigan Moustaches for Men's Health 2013

Michigan Moustaches for Men's Health is a University of Michigan ice hockey team initiative for the month of November 2013. As part of the program, Michigan players along with head coach Red Berenson and the coaching staff will grow moustaches during the month to raise awareness for men's health issues such as prostate and testicular cancer.

Weekly updates on MGoBlue.com will include stories from Michigan players and staff on what the initiative means to them and photos tracking the progress of player and staff moustaches. Using the #GROWBlue hashtag, Michigan fans are encouraged to participate in the initiative along with the team, with messages directed to the Michigan ice hockey twitter account (@umichhockey).






Luke Moffatt

Michigan Moustaches for Men's Health: Moffatt Recalls Dedicated Grandfather

Luke Moffatt's moustache is in memory of his dedicated and all-in-for-the-family grandfather Ed, who passed away from kidney cancer.
Red Berenson

Michigan Moustaches for Men's Health: Berenson Convinced to Grow 'Stache

Head coach Red Berenson is "not a moustache person," but the facial hair he grew this month serves as a reminder of the health issues he has overcome.
Justin Selman

Michigan Moustaches for Men's Health: Selman Remembers Grandfather

Justin Selman has been honoring his grandfather Aaron Scheidlinger since his passing in 2008, and this month Selman is growing a moustache in his honor.
Andrew Sinelli

Michigan Moustaches for Men's Health: Sinelli Honors Friend

When Andrew Sinelli grows out his moustache this month, it will serve as a tribute to a childhood friend from his midget hockey days, Kurt Scipione.
Moustaches for Men's Health

U-M Announces Michigan Moustaches for Men's Health Initiative

During the month of November, Michigan players and staff will grow moustaches to raise awareness for men's health issues.  » Photos Photo icon


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