Texas A&M’s McQuaid Named to the SEC Women’s Tennis Community Service Team

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COLLEGE STATION – Riley McQuaid, a sophomore on the No. 16 Texas A&M women’s tennis team, was named to the Southeastern Conference Community Service Team. In a continuing effort to recognize the accomplishments of student-athletes beyond the field of competition, the SEC once again highlighted a Community Service Team for women’s tennis for the 2018-19 season.

All league-sponsored sports have had a Community Service Team since 2004, with at-large teams for men’s and women’s sports being chosen from 1999-2003.

In addition to being a team co-captain of the nationally ranked women’s tennis team as a sophomore, McQuaid has participated in several philanthropic activities since coming to College Station. She has completed the Horizon Leadership Program, served as the liaison to the 12th Man Foundation’s 1922 Fund partnership and earned the role of Huddle Leader at the 2018 Traditions Night. Additionally, McQuaid served as the team representative to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee for the 2018-19 academic year and has volunteered her time at the Brazos Valley Food Bank and Big Event, the nation’s largest student run day of service.

Up next, McQuaid and her teammates host the SEC Tournament, April 17-21 and begin play on Thursday at 2:00 p.m. (CT) against the winner of the matchup between Auburn and Mississippi State.

Visit 12thMan.com for more information on Texas A&M women's tennis. Aggie fans also can keep up to date with the A&M women's tennis team on Twitter or Instagram by following @AggieWTEN or on Facebook at Facebook.com/AggieWTEN.

2019 SEC Community Service Team

Andie Daniell, Alabama

Shwetha Prabakar, Arkansas

Taylor Russo, Auburn

Victoria Emma, Florida

Meg Kowalski, Georgia

Akvilė Paražinskaitė, Kentucky

Jessica Golovin, LSU

Terka Janatova, Ole Miss

Anastasia Rentouli, Mississippi State

Mackenzy Middlebrooks, Missouri

Rachel Rohrabacher, South Carolina

Sadie Hammond, Tennessee

Riley McQuaid, Texas A&M

Emma Kurtz, Vanderbilt