Mizzou women’s soccer player honored
November 13, 2014
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By Greg Dailey, KBIA Sports
Redshirt junior Brittanee Randle is the Mizzou women’s soccer team’s representative to the Southeastern Conference’s Soccer Community Service Team.
According to the secsports.com,
the Tiger defender “has been an active member of the Columbia community since she arrived in the fall of 2011.
In her time off the pitch, Randle has spent many hours volunteering at The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri and with Caleb’s Pitch, an organization that aims to enhance the quality of life for children and families dealing with serious childhood illnesses.
Randle also spent time as a Special Olympics’ buddy and a Good Shepard Lutheran physical education helper, as well as volunteering with at the Ronald McDonald House, University of Missouri Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Rainbow House, Food Recovery Network and Mizzou Moves, according to the same press release.
The SEC recognizes a member from each school of a league-sponsored sport to reward them for their work in the community.
Last season, Randle was also named to the 2013 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Other members of the Community Service Team are:
Laura Lee Smith (Alabama)
Margaret Power (Arkansas)
Tori Ball (Auburn)
Jillian Graff (Florida)
Andie Fontanetta (Georgia)
Danielle Fitzgerald (Kentucky)
Catalina Rubiano (LSU)
Kelly McCormick (Ole Miss)
Shelby Jordan (Mississippi State)
Taylor Leach (South Carolina)
Gabby Santorio (Tennessee)
Allie Bailey (Texas A&M)
Erin Myers (Vanderbilt)
Missouri travels to Lawrence, Kansas, to take on the Jayhawks at 1 p.m. on Sunday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.