Senior pole vaulter earns spot for work with counseling service Daystar.

Senior pole vaulter Alyson Hasty has been named to the 2013 Southeastern Conference Track and Field Community Service Team. The team was announced on Tuesday, May 7, by the league in advance of the upcoming SEC Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

A child development major, Hasty does extensive work with a local counseling service called Daystar, which provides counseling to kids and families in Middle Tennessee on everything from school to family issues. She also has volunteered the past few summers at Daystar’s summer camp, Cape Hopetown, which provides counseling services in a group setting in weekly sessions.

The league presents a Community Service Team for each of its 21 league-sponsored sports, looking to highlight a male and female athlete from each school who gives back to his or her community through superior service efforts.

2013 SEC Women’s Track and Field Community Service Team
Claire Turner, Alabama
Makeba Alcide, Arkansas
Maya Pressley, Auburn
Lanie Whittaker, Florida
Saniel Atkinson-Grier, Georgia
Chelsea Oswald, Kentucky
Laura Carleton, LSU
Neal Tisher, Ole Miss
Chloe Phillips, Mississippi State
Courtney Wood, Missouri
Breanna Radford, South Carolina
Kia Jackson, Tennessee
Aliese Hyde, Texas A&M
Alyson Hasty, Vanderbilt

2013 SEC Men’s Track and Field Community Service Team
Jonathan Reid, Alabama
Nathanael Franks, Arkansas
Max Lang, Florida
Burke McCarty, Georgia
Luis Orta, Kentucky
Joseph Caraway, LSU
Isiah Young, Ole Miss
Mitch Hatton, Missouri
Damiere Byrd, South Carolina
Chase Brannon, Tennessee
CJ Brown, Texas A&M


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