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“Cecily Stoute’s incessant drive and commitment in everything she does has propelled her to the highest of heights, both academically and athletically,” says University of Georgia head soccer coach Keidane McAlpine. A graduate student majoring in journalism with a minor in communications and a certificate in sports media, Stoute has been named Second Team All-SEC and was a key player in Georgia’s backline. She served as a mentor at Clarke Center High School and founded a support group for fifth graders who were entering middle school. Stoute founded Project Think Pink, a breast cancer awareness group to raise funds for breast cancer awareness.

School: University of Georgia
Year: Senior

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