April 23, 2007
Auburn junior Jay Moseley has been named to the SEC Men's Golf Community Service Team, the league office announced Monday.
A Business Administration major, Moseley is one of 12 players chosen representing each SEC institution.
The Bainbridge, Ga., native is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Leadership Team, organized and participated in the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Clothing Drive and leads a Bible study for College Golf Fellowship. He volunteered for the Halloween Service Project, Beat Bama Food Drive, Toys for Tots, was a Salvation Army bell ringer and visited hurricane victims from local shelters. Moseley has served with the East Alabama Food Bank and is the Auburn male representative for the NCAA Regional Leadership Conference.
In addition to his community service projects, Moseley served on the Academic Standard Subcommittee to the Committee on Intercollegiate Athletics and the Subcommittee on Equity and Student-Athlete Welfare for NCAA Certification in 2005-06. He was also named to the SEC Good Works Team in 2005 and 2006.
Moseley has a 74.04 stroke average and six sub-par rounds this season. He has been in the lineup in all 11 tournaments.
The SEC sponsors Community Service Teams for all 20 league sports, highlighting a student athlete from each school who gives back to their community in superior service efforts.