Taylor Schreimann Named to SEC Women's Tennis Community Service Team
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Taylor Schreimann

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Taylor Schreimann
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April 22, 2010

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.- Auburn sophomore women's tennis player Taylor Schreimann has been named to the 2010 SEC Women's Tennis Community Service Team, the conference announced Wednesday. The team looks to highlight athletes from the Southeastern Conference who give back to their community in superior service efforts.

Schreimann, a Dallas, Texas native, has participated in an exhaustive amount of community service efforts, which include the City of Auburn/Yarbrough Tennis Center's "Rally for a Cure," the "Miles for Myles" race, which benefitted the late NCAA President Myles Brand, Christmas in downtown Opelika, where she assisted guests and was a key contributor to the event festivities, and volunteered time at the local Salvation Army on several occasions.

"Taylor Schreimann has a heart of gold. She has worked extremely hard to give back to the community in so many different ways," said head coach Tim Gray. "She truly embodies what it means to be an Auburn Tiger."

Additionally, the public relations major has also taken part in reading to students at area elementary schools, as well as Drake Middle Schools' "Kid's Connection" and Richmond Elementary's Family Fun Night. She has also assisted in the Lee County Special Olympics program on multiple occasions.