Student in Pennsylvania
Travis Cuvelier is an adventurer and sports enthusiast with a big heart and competitive spirit. He has been playing sports since he was old enough to stand and loves competing with his friends and family.
He has played sports for both organized leagues and school programs including little league, soccer, football, and lacrosse.
Lacrosse instantly became his favorite sport the first day he picked up a lacrosse stick. Travis has played lacrosse for both his middle school and high school teams. He loves the unique challenges of the game that help him become a better athlete and a better individual everyday.
Outside of sports, Travis Cuvelier has been competing with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). In 2003, Travis was diagnosed with ALL at the young age of five. Acute lymphoblastic leukemia is a form of cancer often occuring in young children that affects the bone marrow and blood, causing the creation of too many immature lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell.
Until April of 2016, Travis received great care and treatment from the Albany Medical Center Children's Hospital in the Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Center. Currently, Travis Cuvelier is in remission but has continued to undergo testing.
To learn more about the story of Travis Cuvelier, his volunteer work and support for Relay for Life, and more, connect with him on Social Career Builder: http://socialcareerbuilder.com/travis-cuvelier/.