FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The University of Arkansas’s senior outfielder, Tori Mort, was named to the Southeastern Conference community service team for her dedication and hard work in the community. Mort, a sports management major and communications minor has been a leader on and off the field the past four years. She has been a member of the Student Athlete Advisory Council for the past three years and helps influence the other athletes on campus to serve the community. Mort has been involved in many community service projects such as the Special Olympics, Sweat Hogs, Lift Up America and the Joplin Disaster Relief, to name a few. Mort also gave up some of her summer last year to travel to Guatemala for a week to serve the less fortunate. "Tori has not only been a great player for us as far as her work ethic and commitment to the program on the ball field and in the weight room," said head coach Mike Larabee. "But, also she has been involved in a lot of community service activities. She is a member of SAAC and also has been involved with the community’s youth, expressing how important physical activity is for kids. I am really proud of her; she is well rounded person, doing a great job on the softball field while also being and outstanding student."Mort will receive her diploma on Saturday at University of Arkansas Commencement Ceremony taking place at Bud Walton Arena. For more information regarding Razorback softball or University of Arkansas athletics, please visit ArkansasRazorbacks.com.