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Four student-athletes take part in SEC Spring Meetings

174 days ago
SEC Staff
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (June 1, 2020) -- Four Southeastern Conference student-athletes participated in the SEC Spring Meetings that took place via video conferences over the course of the last two weeks of May.

These students participated in four virtual meetings over the course of those two weeks to provide institutional leaders feedback on the student-athlete experience while also offering input on proposed SEC and NCAA legislation.

The four student-athletes who participated are Texas A&M's Jake Gibbons (Swimming & Diving), Mississippi State's Mitchell Storm (Men's Basketball), Ole Miss' MoMo Sanogo (Football) and Arkansas' Jailyn Mason (Women's Basketball).

The group first met with the SEC's Faculty Athletics Representatives, followed by meetings with Senior Woman Administrators, a joint meeting of the Athletics Directors, Faculty Athletics Representatives and Senior Woman Administrators, and concluded with a meeting of the SEC's Presidents and Chancellors.The four student-athletes are all members of one of the SEC's Student-Athlete Leadership Councils or the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).

SEC Student-Athlete Participation In Spring Meetings

Jake Gibbons, Texas A&M Chair, SEC SAAC and Division I SAAC Representative

Mitchell Storm, Mississippi State Chair, SEC Men's Basketball Leadership Council

MoMo Sanogo, Ole Miss Chair, SEC Football Student-Athlete Leadership Council

Jailyn Mason, Arkansas Chair, SEC Women's Basketball Student-Athlete Leadership Council