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Olds, Reckling Named to SEC Community Service Team

David Olds and Briana Reckling were both named to the SEC Track and Field Community Service Team, the conference announced Thursday.

COLUMBIA—David Olds and Briana Reckling were both named to the SEC Track and Field Community Service Team, the conference announced Thursday.
 
Olds, the Brad Davis Community Service Award winner for all men in the SEC, added to his list of off-the-track accolades.
 
He was recently name to the CoSIDA Academic All-District Team and was announced as the overall Brad Davis Community Service Award winner in May after winning the award among male student-athlete at South Carolina.
 
Olds participated in the City of Columbia Complete Count Committee for the 2020 Census in which he was the lead volunteer coordinator to help enumerate every resident in Columbia so that federal and state funds could be allocated equitably according to actual number of residents living in the metropolitan area. 
 
He also was active with the Columbia Urban League Young Professionals and joined as the youngest member of the Community Service Committee, charged with initializing and supporting community service efforts for non-partisan, non-profit agency that promotes financial stability and racial inclusion in the Columbia community.
 
Reckling, who was named he Brad Davis Scholar among female student-athletes at South Carolina, was named to her second SEC Community Service Team. Reckling was also named to the SEC Community Service Team in 2020.
 
Reckling’s community service activities include: volunteer for Harvest Hope Food Bank where she assisted with food packaging and meal preparations for senior citizens; volunteer for Palmetto Lifeline where she assisted with both feline and canine care; assistant coach and mentor for Columbia High School track team; volunteer for University of South Carolina Move in Carolina where she assisted with freshman moving onto campus; and volunteer for University of South Carolina Black Medical Student Association where she assisted with handing out comfort packages to homeless in Finlay Park.
 
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