Event host and Patriots running back James White on his approach as fiancée Diana Civitello watches the competition. Photos by Rob Melone
On Monday, September 25, past and present members of the World Champion New England Patriots came together to bowl for a good cause at the 8th Annual Mayo Bowl at Kings in Dedham, Massachusetts. Founded by former Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo, the annual charity tournament is a benefit to raise funds for Boston Medical Center. Dexter is a proud participant of this special event and supplied each of the tournament participants with Dexter footwear for the friendly competition.
Members of the reigning Super Bowl champs and alum took their gridiron prowess to the lanes wearing Dexter’s customizable Team shoe (Style TB738-9), which features a slot for an interchangeable team name or logo. The evening’s festivities were hosted by Patriots running back James White, otherwise known as “Sweet Feet” for his agility on the field.
Joining White at the event were other members of the Pats’ current roster including: David Andrews, Brandon Bolden, Phillip Dorsett, Nate Ebner, Duron Harmon, Dion Lewis and Devin McCourty. Representing Patriots alumni were Joe Andruzzi, Tedy Bruschi, Rob Ninkovich, Sebastian Vollmer and Scott Zolak.
Patriots center David Andrews shows off his competition footwear.
Event founder Jerod Mayo (left) with new event host James White.
Pats wide receiver Phillip Dorsett holds on to his Dexter Team shoe.
Tedy Bruschi, who spent all 13 seasons of his NFL career with the Patriots, is all smiles.