Britton Named to SEC – Texas A&M Athletics Community Football Service Team
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – In an annual effort to recognize the good work of student-athletes on and off the field, the Southeastern Conference on Wednesday announced the SEC 2021 community football service team. Senior midfielder Daria britton was named to the team for her contributions to Texas A&M and the Bryan-College Station area, as well as Haiti.
Britton led the Turn It Gold soccer game where the Aggies raised over $ 25,000 to support the fight against pediatric cancer. She also did missionary work in Haiti with the Mission of Hope. Britton has also volunteered his time to work with Special Olympics of Texas, Erin’s Dream Race 5K, the Boys and Girls Club, and The Big Event, the largest student-run one-day community service project in the country. She has also attended the Aggie Soccer Youth Clinics and volunteered as a physiotherapist at CHI St. Joseph.
In the track and field program, Britton volunteered on 12e Man Foundation Collegiate Council, enhancing the footprint of the foundation through ambassador and student engagement.
In his third season at Aggieland, Britton scored his first career goals against Sam Houston and Southern.
Britton joins a distinguished list of Aggies to be named to the SEC’s community service team over the past decade, including Beth West (2012), Allie Bailey (’13, ’14), Sarah Shaw (’15 , ’16), Haley Pounds (’17), Brittany Crabtree (’18), Olivia Ausmus (’19) and the whole team (’20).
This is the 17th year of the SEC Community Service Team for Women’s Football. All league-sponsored sports have had a community service team since 2004, the concept starting with football in 1994.
Britton and the Aggies wrap up their 2021 regular season campaign on Thursday, Oct. 28 at 6 p.m. in Missouri.