April 24, 2006
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – University of South Carolina golfer David Kite has been named to the 2006 Southeastern Conference Men’s Golf Good Works Team, the league office announced on Monday. For the third straigh year, the SEC has selected a Good Works Teams for all 20 league-sponsored sports. The Good Works team highlights a student-athlete from each institution who gives back to their community in superior community service efforts.
Kite is a volunteer for the Harvest Hope Food Bank, Next Step Foot Clinic, Habitat for Humanity, and Children’s Hospital. He has also lent his services to the Golfing for God Junior Golf Clinic as well as helped with the Hurricane Katrina relief in Biloxi, Miss. In addition to serving as a speaker for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Kite was a student leader of Athletes in Action in the fall of 2005. He has made the Dean’s Honor List, and was a member of the SEC Honor Roll in 2004-2005. Kite is a redshirt sophomore from Austin, Texas, where he attended Westlake High School.
Former Gamecock West Streib represented South Carolina men’s golf on the SEC Good Works Team in 2004 and 2005.