Guerrero Named to SEC Soccer Community Service Team

by Aaron Hyder | Assistant Communications Director
Guerrero Named to SEC Soccer Community Service Team

Baton Rouge, La. Raven Guerrero, a redshirt junior on the LSU soccer team, has been named to the 2019 SEC Soccer Community Service Team.

A native of San Antonio, Texas, Guerrero has racked up over 100 hours of community service during her first three and a half years in Baton Rouge. She has spent time volunteering with a wide range of community organizations during her time as a Tiger. One of the main ones is Kids Hope, a program where she helps mentor and tutor children in elementary school. Another program that she has been heavily involved in this year is the Knock Knock Children’s Museum. With the KKCM, Guerrero interacts with kids through fun activities that help educate children in a wide range of topics.

She has also served alongside the Food Pantry and Brown Bag Lunches, two programs that help package boxed lunches and food for the homeless community in Baton Rouge. She helps annually with LSU’s move-in day for freshmen each August. Guerrero has also participated in the MLK Day of Service every January where she helps build tables and paint murals. This March, she helped setup and run a live auction for Type 1 Diabetes Research.

Guerrero has appeared in 10 matches this season and racked up a total of 224 minutes at the midfield position.