McKernan to use NIL, Mulkey partnerships to raise money for Turner Syndrome research
BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - A Baton Rouge attorney has launched a campaign with the LSU women’s basketball head coach and two of her star players to target a chromosomal disorder that affects females.
Gordon McKernan is teaming up with Kim Mulkey and Tiger players Alexis Morris and Angel Reese for the “Playing for a Purpose” campaign that will raise money for Turner Syndrome awareness and research throughout February.
Throughout the month, McKernan will donate $20 to the Turner Syndrome Foundation for every point scored by Morris and Reese.
Mulkey lost a granddaughter to Turner Syndrome, which is due to a partial or complete absence of the second X chromosome.
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