Florida Southern student-athletes and coaches are committed to making a positive impact on the field, in the classroom, and in the community. Each year, FSC student-athletes, coaches and athletic staff participate in thousands of hours of community engagement and community service initiatives.
Through their commitment to their community, Florida Southern student-athletes are giving back to the people who regularly come to support them at athletic events. We're thankful for your support, and we are proud of our student-athletes for impacting their community in a positive way!
Community Engagement 2017-2018:
Men's and Women's Cross Country and Track- Weekly- Volunteer at the Lakeland Runners Club on a weekly basis (1 hour, 3 athletes/week).
Men's Lacrosse- December 2-3, 2017- Volunteered at the Lights of Lakeland hosted by Highland Park Church (10 hours, 60 athletes).
Men's and Women's Golf- November 30, 2017- Volunteered with the junior clinics at the First Tee of Lakeland (2 hours, 9 athletes).
Men's Lacrosse- November 18, 2017- Helped paint houses with Habitat for Humanity (3 hours, 52 athletes).
Women's Basketball- November 14, 2017- Played bingo with the residents of Brookdale Oakbridge Assisted Living (1 hour, 6 athletes).
Men's Lacrosse- November 11, 2017- Volunteered at the InterAct Alliance Race (6 hours, 55 athletes).
Softball- November 11, 2017- Volunteered at the InterAct Alliance Race (4, hours, 19 athletes).
Beach Volleyball- November 9, 2017- Volunteered at the InterAct Alliance Race (7 hours, 8 athletes).
Women's Tennis- November 4, 2017- Painted houses at Habitat for Humanity (3 hours, 9 athletes).
Men's Lacrosse- November 2, 2017- Volunteered at the Geico Family Day in Plant City, FL (8 hours, 55 athletes).