May 28, 2013
LEXINGTON, Ky. – University of Kentucky senior golfer Megan Moir was named to the 2013 Southeastern Conference Golf Community Service Team, announced Tuesday afternoon by the league office.
The Louisville, Ky., native was selected to the SEC Golf Community Service Team for the third consecutive year after totaling more than 700 hours of community service in her career. Moir was named the 2012-13 Brad Davis SEC Community Service Leader of the Year, while also winning the Community Service Award at the University of Kentucky’s annual “CATSPY” Awards.
Moir participated in a service trip to Ethiopia with other University of Kentucky student-athletes in the summer of 2012, organizing and planning a program called Dodging Homeless in Ethiopia. She has been a part of similar projects in the Ramona Gardens Housing Project and the Faith in Christ Community Center in Los Angeles.
The senior was a team captain, two-time Academic All-American and a member of both the SEC Academic Honor Roll and the UK Athletics Director’s Honor Roll. President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), Moir was inducted into Kentucky’s prestigious Frank G. Ham Society of Character.
The SEC Golf Community Service Team highlights a male and female student-athlete from each SEC institution, nominated by their respective institution that has demonstrated a great commitment to serving the community.