Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students To Host
Memorial Cricket Game To Honor Pittsburgh Police Officers
Event: The Carnegie Mellon Cricket Club will host a benefit cricket game in memory of fallen Pittsburgh Police officers Eric G. Kelly, Stephen J. Mayhle and Paul J. Sciullo who were killed responding to a domestic call in the city's Stanton Heights neighborhood last April.
Pittsburgh Police Chief Nathan E. Harper will join Carnegie Mellon Police Chief Thomas A. Ogden Jr. and a 14-member cricket team to pay tribute to the fallen officers with memorial awards, bagpipers, an abbreviated cricket game and the release of doves signifying peace.
The Carnegie Mellon Cricket Club honor team includes: Abeer Agrawal, Ajay Nair, Shahroz Aziz, Nakul Bagla, Mudit Bharghav, Hemant Bothra, Atishe Chordia, Mayank Dugar, Alastair Firth, Sahil Jolly, Aayush Kumar, Sagar Shah, Anirudh Sood and Raghav Todi.
The event is open to the public. Refreshments will be provided at the event.
When: Noon to 12:45 p.m., Saturday, April 3.
Where: Gesling Stadium, Carnegie Mellon University, 5000 Forbes Ave. Pittsburgh, Pa. 15213.