Kohl Anderson

Male

 Danielle Galyer

Female

        
Anderson is a senior sprinter on the Texas A&M Track and Field team. As vice president of Aggies’ SAAC, Anderson has attended Southeastern Conference SAAC meetings and assisted in planning community service events for Aggie student-athletes; such as Aggies CAN (a canned food drive that raised over $40,000 last year to donate to flood relief in South Carolina and our local food bank). Anderson also serves as both a student worker and an ambassador for the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents.

Anderson belongs to Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Aggie Athletes Involved (community service organization for student-athletes), and Sports for Kids (a campus student organization whose purpose is to promote involvement of children from the Bryan/College Station community in organized sports activities). Anderson is also a member of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity. This year Anderson’s leadership role within the fraternity is to be the director of Guide Right, a program that mentors minority children attending local middle schools.

Anderson is pursuing an Industrial Engineering degree. He is currently carrying a 3.164 grade point average.

Galyer is a senior swimmer on the University of Kentucky Swimming and Diving team. Galyer is a College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America First Team recipient. She is the first Wildcat swimmer to earn CoSIDA first-team honors in nearly two decades (last recipient was 1997-98). She was also named the Southeastern Conference (SEC) Female Scholar Athlete of the Year for two consecutive years. In addition to these honors, Galyer is named an All-SEC Second Team and SEC Community Service Team honoree.

Galyer has made a faithful commitment to volunteering for community service since her freshman year at UK. She has volunteered several hours with Salvation Army, delivering blankets to UK Children’s Hospital patients, and serving breakfast at Ronald McDonald House. Galyer has participated in book reading at Tates Creek Middle School and assisted with the American Cancer Society golf tournament. Annually, Galyer volunteers with the “Back Pack” program delivering back packs, food, and clothing to needy students.

Galyer has a double major in psychology and political science. She is currently carrying a perfect 4.00 grade point average.

 

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