April 14, 2014
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - University of Tennessee junior women's tennis player Joanna Henderson has been named to the SEC Community Service Team as announced by the conference Monday.
Henderson is the ninth Lady Vol to earn the honor for the 11th time. Natalie Pluskota earned the honor for Tennessee from 2011-12.
The Aberdeen, Scotland native participated in many community service projects durin her junior year including the Emerald Youth Foundation, RunSafer, Let's Move!, VOLoween, and a Holiday Dinner for the Homeless.
The SEC sponsors Community Service Teams in all 21 sports. The Community Service Team looks to highlight athletes from the SEC who gives back to their community in superior service efforts. Brief biographical sketches of the members of the 2014 Women's Tennis Community Service Team follows:
Emily Zabor, Alabama Junior Marietta, Ga.
Shannon Hudson, Arkansas Freshman Virginia Beach, Va.
Jen Pfeifler, Auburn Junior Gulf Breeze, Fla.
Brianna Morgan, Florida Sophomore Beverly Hills, Calif.
Kate Fuller, Georgia Senior Suwanee, Ga.
Grace Trimble, Kentucky Junior Winchester, Ky.
Mary Jeremiah, LSU Junior Atlanta, Ga.
Caroline Rohde-Moe, Ole Miss Senior Bloomenholm, Norway
Rosie Dion, Mississippi State Senior Repentigny, Quebec, Canada
Kelli Hine, Missouri Sophomore New Braunfels, Texas
Joanna Henderson, Tennessee Junior Aberdeen, Scotland
Courtney Colton, Vanderbilt Sophomore Davie, Fla.