May 4, 2023
Brad Davis Community Service Award Winners Announced
By: SEC Staff
SECU (Twitter: @TheSECU)
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Southeastern Conference has announced the male and female Brad Davis Community Service Award Winners for each of its 14 member institutions.
The school award winners are nominees for the Male and Female Brad Davis Community Service Leaders of the Year which will be announced later in May.
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.
The male and female Community Service Leaders of the Year, to be announced later in May, will each receive a $10,000 post-graduate scholarship, provided by the SEC.
2022-23 Female Brad Davis SEC Community Service Award Winners
Alabama – Sania Mitchell, Gymnastics
Arkansas – Reilly Shaner, Swimming & Diving
Auburn – Sara Pacer, Track & Field
Florida – Cheyenne Lindsey, Softball
Georgia – Sage Powell, Volleyball
Kentucky – Kaitlynn Wheeler, Swimming & Diving
LSU – Kai Rivers, Gymnastics
Ole Miss – Ellen Hutchinson-Kay, Golf
Mississippi State – Grace Fagan, Softball
Missouri – Amy Feddersen, Swimming & Diving
South Carolina – Jordan Allen, Equestrian
Tennessee – Lucy Marret, Rowing
Texas A&M – Haley Redifer, Equestrian
Vanderbilt – Chantal Jordan, Swimming & Diving
2022-23 Male Brad Davis SEC Community Service Award Winners
Alabama – Derek Maas, Swimming & Diving
Arkansas – Wil Gibson, Golf
Auburn – Oquendo Bernard, Track & Field
Florida – Cavan Wilson, Track & Field/Cross Country
Georgia – Matthew Boling, Track & Field
Kentucky – Alex Degen, Baseball
LSU – Spencer Adrian, Swimming & Diving
Ole Miss – Kenney Broadnax, Track & Field
Mississippi State – Trent Zelden, Track & Field
Missouri – Will Goodwin, Swimming & Diving
South Carolina – Wesley Sweatt, Baseball
Tennessee – Nick McCann, Swimming & Diving
Texas A&M – Patrick Johnson, Track & Field
Vanderbilt – Justin Harris, Football