Tallulah Miller Selected to SEC Soccer Community Service Team
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky women’s soccer’s Tallulah Miller has been named to the 2023 SEC Soccer Community Service Team, the league office announced on Wednesday.
The SEC sponsors Community Service Teams for all 22 league-sponsored sports. The Community Service Team looks to highlight an athlete from each school who gives back to their community with superior service efforts. This year marks the 19th annual Community Service Team in women’s soccer.
Miller, a junior goalkeeper for the Wildcats, has been an engaged member of the Lexington community, volunteering her time for organizations such as God’s Food Pantry and Project Christmas Miracle. Miller has also participated at community events such as Kentucky Tree Week and the Big Blue Boo.
The Richmond, Va. native also serves as the Historian on the University of Kentucky Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, an organization which seeks to ensure every student-athlete is supported with a quality environment and the essentials to be competitive.
Miller, who is pursuing a degree in Finance & Management, was named to the 2022 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll last year. She has made 17 starts and 20 career appearances in goal for the Wildcats tallying 49 saves, seven wins and three shutouts.
The complete 2023 SEC Soccer Community Service Team can be seen below.
Alabama – Macy Clem
Arkansas – Sierra Cota-Yarde
Auburn – LJ Knox
Florida – Maddy Rhodes
Georgia – Mallie McKenzie
Kentucky – Tallulah Miller
LSU – Mollee Swift
Ole Miss – Aubrey Mister
Mississippi State – Ilana Izquierdo
Missouri – Jenna McCormick
South Carolina – Hallie Meadows
Tennessee – Giselle Washington
Texas A&M – Lauren Geczik
Vanderbilt – Tina Bruni