Soccer Named B.R.A.S.S. Outreach Community Service Award Winner

November 25, 2003 · MT Media Relations
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - Head coach Aston Rhoden and the Middle Tennessee Blue Raider soccer team have been named the winners of the B.R.A.S.S. Community Service Award, given annually to the squad that performs the most hours of service in the community.

B.R.A.S.S., Blue Raider Athlete Skills for Success, headed by Mrs. Wynnifred Counts, hands out the award each year based on the scholarship count of each team and the number of hours of community service performed for an academic year, in this case, 2002-03.

The Blue Raider soccer team performed a total of 141 hours of community service during the last academic year, with the Lady Raider basketball team in second with 83 hours and the Blue Raider men's basketball team in third with 45 hours. The entire athletic department performed 411 hours of community service during the last academic year.

Individual athletes performing 10 or more hours of community service are awarded a B.R.A.S.S. Outreach Community Service t-shirt. Athletes from last year include: Tommy Gunn (Men's Basketball), Keisha McClinic (Women's Basketball), Danielle Perreault (Soccer), Tony Sutton (Football), David Youell (Football), Brian Kelly (Football) and Josh Willoughby (Football).

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