Nov. 6, 2012
Senior forward Mary Coffed has been named to the Southeastern Conference's Soccer Community Service Team, it was announced on Tuesday.
Coffed has been very involved in the Auburn community since arriving as a freshman. She is has spent time volunteering with the Boys and Girls Club of America in Opelika, has participated in the "Toys for Tots" toy drive and the "Yes We Can" canned food drive, both through the Auburn athletic department. Each week this year she has gone to the East Alabama Food Bank on Mondays and the Auburn United Methodist Church Food Pantry on Fridays.
The school record holder for games played with 90, Coffed is second on the team this year in goals (six) and points (15) and helped lead Auburn to a seventh consecutive NCAA Tournament berth and a second straight trip to the SEC Tournament Championship match.
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