Health & Wellness

Chatham Cancer Survivor Will Cody Receives Game Ball from Seton Hall Men's Basketball Team After OT Win

Seton Hall men's basketball coach Kevin Willard presents game ball to Chatham's Will Cody after OT win over Providence Wednesday Credits: Seton Hall University
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Will Cody, a 13-year-old from Chatham, served as honorary team captain for the Seton Hall men's basketball team on Wednesday night at the Prudential Center Credits: Seton Hall University
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Chatham's Will Cody, honorary captain for Seton Hall men's basketball team, in pre-game meeting at the Prudential Center Credits: Seton Hall University
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Chatham's Will Cody in pre-game huddle as honorary captain for the Seton Hall men's basketball team Credits: Seton Hall University
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Will Cody of Chatham with ref and game ball before Seton Hall University basketball game at the Prudential Center on Wednesday night Credits: Seton Hall University
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Will Cody of Chatham with Seton Hall University "Pirate" at the Prudential Center on Wednesday night Credits: Seton Hall University
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NEWARK, NJ - At Wednesday night’s Seton Hall-Providence men’s basketball game at Prudential Center, Seton Hall had a special guest join the team as an honorary captain: 13-year-old Will Cody of Chatham, who has been battling leukemia since March 2016.

Cody participated in pregame warmups, was in the locker room with the team, presented the game ball to the officials, sat on the team bench during the game and was given the game ball by head coach Kevin Willard after the Pirates’ 72-70 overtime victory.

Cody was active in playing travel hockey, CYO basketball and tennis prior to his diagnosis. He underwent intense, 10-month chemotherapy and is currently being treated in a “maintenance phase” that lasts for three years. The treatments limit his ability to go to school for just two to three hours a day.

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