Marshall wins money for Wichita Children’s Home

WSU head coach Gregg Marshall (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

WICHITA, Kansas — The Wichita Children’s Home announced Monday that Coach Gregg Marshall, with the help of his fans, had won $15,000 for the home.

Fans who voted in the ESPN.COM/Infiniti Coaches’ Charity Challenge helped Marshall come in third out of 48 college coaches who were competing for $100,000.

“Shocker Nation and Coach Marshall show what true champions they are as they help us create a healthier environment for our community’s abused, neglected and abandoned children,” said Debbie Kennedy, CEO of the Wichita Children’s Home. “A big thank you to everyone who voted to help our community’s children.”

This is the second year in a row Marshall has won $15,000 for the Wichita Children’s Home.

For more information about the Wichita Children’s Home, visit their website at wch.org.

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