Swin Cash To Sign Book At Big East Tournament

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Former UConn standout Swin Cash, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, three-time WNBA champion, five-time WNBA All-Star and two-time WNBA All-Star Game MVP will host a signing for her first book, “Humble Journey: More Precious Than Gold” at the 2013 Women’s Big East Fan Fest.

**10% of sales will go to Swin’s foundation “Cash for Kids”.

 March 10, 2013, 4:30 – 5:30 pm and it is open to the public.

It will be held at the XL Center‘s Hoopla Hangout Room located in the Atrium

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8 thoughts on “Swin Cash To Sign Book At Big East Tournament

  1. Another UConn Great giving back

    Call it the Geno/Chris effect. One more Uconn player writing a book and one more giving back–something this team does all thru every year the team plays. Usually no one hears or read about all the good these Ladies do for their community (city,county, state).

  2. HarryH

    A whole %10 going to her own foundation – wow – all the problems in the world will be solved that way.

    1. Roseanne Patrick

      What is wrong w/you Harry? Swin’s foundation (a long standing one) has helped so many kids during it’s inception; it really shocks me that you are putting the good work this foundation does sarcastically DOWN! 10% adds up my good man; why not add your purchase to the total!!

    2. Chad Orphanage

      HarryH–no one will solve all the problems of the world. In Chad, right now, today, children are sold by parents to people who tell them the will educate their kids–then put the kids out to farmers as unpaid labor.

      An orphanage, near the capitol, is on USA donated land (in a flood plain). Buildings with no beds, kids sleep on blanket on the floor–no one supports them they need everything. Where will they get it??

      Swin’s 10 percent to them would be lives saving. Don’t discount 10 percent. Smal to you huge to Chad’s kids.

    3. Tom Tom

      Folks–HarryH, is a true UConn fan. We must be mis reading his blog. It’s not like Harry to be negative on anything Uconn.
      I believe it is a mis print.
      I really don’t like him being call an Idiot–that name belongs with the Village Idiot–whom we all know is and Idiot.

  3. fishpaw31

    HarryH: When it was reported that Tina Charles paid to have a school built in Mali, W. Africa in 2012, you probably thought poorly of that too: she should be paying for 50 schools. HarryH, you are an idiot. Women’s basketball players earn a tiny fraction of what their male NBA counterparts make, and yet they (the women of UConn) are constantly giving back what they can. Every bit (large & small) does help in ways you will never understand.
    Congrats Swin, on your new book!

  4. Sal and Irene

    I agree with fishpaw31 that WNBA players make a fraction of NBA salaries. Tina paid $35,000.00 for a school in Africa.
    That reminds me of the widow’s 2 pence being more in God’s mind than the large amounts given by others which was from their abundance. All charity is good. Some give “more” even when it is less.

  5. Eileen

    John, Thanks for the info. Since I will be at the BE Tounament, I will stop by to say hi to Swin and buy her book. She has always been one classy lady.
    Hope to say hi to you there too.

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