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Ham Named to SEC Women's Community Service Team

by Tanner Craft
Ham Named to SEC Women's Community Service Team

BATON ROUGE– LSU junior Alexandria Ham has been named to the 2019 SEC Women’s Swimming and Diving Community Service Team, the league announced Tuesday.  

Ham currently volunteers with a homeless ministry called Serve the City, where they spend time with those in need and feed them meals once a month. 

On the weekends as well as various times throughout the week, she volunteers for her church, Progression, and their childcare. 

The Kennesaw, Georgia, native is currently a semester volunteer at the local YMCA, leading and coaching in different programs.

She served as a camp counselor at a Louisiana-wide church camp for a week over the summer. 

Ham also participated in a Night to Shine, a prom night for people with disabilities hosted by the Tim Tebow Foundation, and the LSU Boozar, a community wide Halloween event. 

She volunteered at the Baton Rouge Special Olympics Championships, passing out medals and awards to participants and at the local Boys and Girls club, spending time with kids after school. 

Ham also led games and lessons at Vacation Bible School during the summer. 

She is on the college leadership team at her church where she spends time getting college kids engaged and getting to know them. 

A member of the Sports Administration Association at LSU, Ham is a three-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll (2016, 2017, 2018).

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