Spots Remain For Two Camp Sessions Coming Up In Early 2014
Summer Ragsdale joins the Rebel staff for the 2013 season as the Director of Operations, marking her first year with the Ole Miss program.
Ragsdale joins the Rebels after spending the last year with the Bandera Independent School District where she served as an assistant coach with the varsity soccer team, as well as coaching the junior high volleyball and golf teams.
As a player, Ragsdale lettered four seasons at Auburn before earning her degree in Business Administration in 2008. She was twice named to the Southeastern Conference Good Works Team for community service, served as the team's Academic Captain and was also the recipient of the Coach's Award in 2006 and 2008.
In her time at Auburn, the Tigers advanced to three NCAA Tournaments and once advanced to the championship game of the Southeastern Conference Tournament.
She also served as the President of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee and as a member of the Auburn University Faculty Staff Campaign representative.
Ragsdale was a semi-finalist for the Wooden Citizenship Cup and named to Who's Who Among American Students in Universities and Colleges. She was a member of the Golden Key National Honor Society, Omicron Delta Kappa national leadership society, Chi Alpha Sigma and was a member of the SEC Honor Roll and the Auburn Dean's List.
Upon graduation, she was awarded a Brad Davis SEC Community Service Postgraduate Scholarship.
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