October 23, 2018
ATHENS, Ga. — University of Georgia sophomore Mollie Belisle earned a spot on the 14th annual women’s soccer SEC Community Service team, announced by the conference on Tuesday.
Since arriving in Athens, Belisle has been a shining star on the Georgia soccer team. Her personality brightens people’s day and her heart for others is evident in everything she does. Sidelined with an ACL injury this season, Belisle has been an encouraging voice for the Bulldogs, constantly showing support and bringing an uplifting spirit to the facility.
Aside from school, soccer, and now rehab so that she can get back on the field with her fellow Bulldogs, Belisle is a mentor at Barrow Elementary School. The Atlanta native attends her mentee’s soccer games and swim meets as well. Her love for children continues with her involvement with Extra Special People (ESP) and participation in the Special Olympics Prom, where she will be getting a pie in the face in the coming weeks. Through her involvement with Wesley, Belisle is a member of GROW and served on a mission trip to Jamaica last year.
The SEC sponsors Community Service Teams for all 21 league sponsored sports. The Community Service Team highlights an athlete from each school who gives back to his or her community in superior service efforts.
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