Pitt players on a mission to Haiti

By Heather Dinich

While Clemson coach Dabo Swinney has come under scrutiny recently for his intertwining of faith and football, Pitt quarterback Chad Voytik and 20 other Pitt athletes are on a mission to share their Christianity.

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Pitt quarterback Chad Voytik and seven of his teammates are headed to Haiti on a mission trip.

Voytik, who is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, is leaving Sunday for a mission trip to Haiti with seven of his teammates: wide receiver Chris Wuestner, linebacker Mike Caprara, defensive lineman Khaynin Mosley-Smith, linebacker Bam Bradley, running back Isaac Bennett, defensive lineman David Durham and wide receiver Dontez Ford. They’ll stay in an orphanage, where they’ll spend most of their time playing with underprivileged kids, building projects, painting, playing soccer and helping out the community in any way they can. They will return May 3