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SEC Basketball Leadership Council Officers Named

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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (Sept. 21, 2023) -----Texas A&M's Henry Coleman III, Tennessee's Tamari Key and Jahmai Mashack and South Carolina's Bree Hall have been named to serve as officers of the Southeastern Conference Basketball Leadership Councils following recent meetings at the SEC offices.

Coleman III will serve as chair of the SEC Men's Basketball Leadership Council for the second consecutive year, while Mashack was elected vice chair. Key was elected chair of the Women's Basketball Leadership Council by her peers, and Hall will serve as vice chair.

This marks Coleman III's third year on the men's council. The senior has also participated in SEC Spring Meetings in each of the last two years and is a member of the SEC Community Service Team.

Key is a redshirt senior and previously served as vice chair of the council. She has also served as vice chair of the SEC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and along with Coleman III, she attended 2023 SEC Spring Meetings to offer input on issues that impact the college experience.

Mashack is in his second year as a member of the men's council. The junior has also represented the SEC on the NCAA Men's Basketball Oversight Committee's (MBOC) Student-Athlete Engagement Group.

Hall is entering her junior season for the Gamecocks. She is in her first season as a member of the women's council, and she is a two-time SEC Academic Honor Roll member.

The SEC Student-Athlete Leadership Councils provide an opportunity for SEC student-athletes to engage with campus leaders and conference office staff. Leadership Councils for football and men's and women's basketball, along with SAAC, provide a conduit of communication to the conference office on issues related to student-athlete experience, student-athlete wellness and playing rules