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Brad Davis Community Service Award winners announced

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (May 28, 2020) - The Southeastern Conference has announced each of its 14 member institutions' 2019-20 Brad Davis Community Service Award Winners.

The school award winners are nominees for the Male and Female Brad Davis Community Service Leaders of the Year which will be announced next week.

The school winners will each receive a $5,000 post-graduate scholarship provided by the SEC.

The SEC Community Service Post-Graduate Scholarship is named for former Associate Commissioner Brad Davis. Davis succumbed to cancer on March 2, 2006. He had been a member of the SEC staff since 1988, first serving as an assistant commissioner until 1994 when he was promoted to associate commissioner.

2019-20 Female Brad Davis SEC Community Service Award Winners:

Makena Clark, Rowing, Alabama

Stefani Doyle, Soccer, Arkansas

Haley Pembroke, Equestrian, Auburn

Alyssa Howell, Soccer, Florida

Jordon Stout, Swimming & Diving, Georgia

Autumn Humes, Softball, Kentucky

Alexandria Ham, Swimming & Diving, LSU

Tereza Janatova, Tennis, Ole Miss

Athena Yang, Golf, Mississippi State

Riley Sents, Volleyball, Missouri

Jordan Scott, Equestrian, South Carolina

Alyssa Andreno, Volleyball, Tennessee

Ann Elizabeth Tebow, Equestrian, Texas A&M

Emily Mathewson, Lacrosse, Vanderbilt

2019-20 Male Brad Davis SEC Community Service Award Winners:

Kyle Cameron, Baseball, Alabama

TJ Smith, Football, Arkansas

Ryan Lee, Cross Country/Track, Auburn

Chandler Bray, Swimming & Diving, Florida

Walker Higgins, Swimming & Diving, Georgia

TJ Collett, Baseball, Kentucky

Nicholas Finley, Swimming & Diving, LSU

Tim Sandkaulen, Tennis, Ole Miss

Kody Schexnayder, Football, Mississippi State

Jacob Bohlken, Wrestling, Missouri

Kobe Smith, Football, South Carolina

Nathaniel Murray, Swimming & Diving, Tennessee

Jake Gibbons, Swimming & Diving, Texas A&M

Cody Markel, Football, Vanderbilt

The male and female Community Service Leaders of the Year, to be announced next week, will each receive a $10,000 post-graduate scholarship, provided by the SEC.