Our week 8 nominee for the Leadership Award Scholarship at Lexus of Richmond is Sally Snead of Trinity Episcopal School. Having a current GPA of 4.5, Sally has been on the Honor Roll consistently throughout 2015, 2016 and 2017. She has also been on the Headmaster’s List from 2015-2017. In 2017 Sally received the William and Mary Leadership Award. Additionally in 2017 she was recognized by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association for the All Academic Squad – Scholar of Distinction.
During her time at Trinity, Sally has participated in several activities and organizations. She served as the Junior Class President. She has been involved with the Science Society and the Latin Club. Sally participates with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Operation Smile Club, and the FOCUS Club. She is also a member of the Bucket Squad which supports Trinity’s sports teams at their games. As a Trail Guide member, Sally will provide support or guidance for new students at the school. She is also a STAR Tour Guide where gives hour long tours of the campus to prospective families.
As a member of Trinity’s Field Hockey team, Sally has been recognized for numerous achievements. In 2017 she was chosen for the 2nd Team All Metro and the All LIS Team. Also in 2017 she finished the season 2nd in scoring and 1st in assists. For the 2018 season she was named a captain, and is the leading goal scorer while 2nd in assists. The Richmond Times Dispatch named Sally a Top 5 Player to Watch following her 2017 selection for the US Field Hockey U-16 Junior Olympics. From 2016-2018 Sally has been listed on the US Field Hockey Top 100 2019’s. Sally will be continuing to play field hockey for William and Mary following her sophomore year commitment to their team.
Having extensive experience in athletics, Sally has spent time as a coach for the Panthers United Field Hockey Club and for the Stars of Tomorrow Field Hockey and Lacrosse Camps. Sally serves as a referee for a recreational hockey league in the RVA area. She has volunteered for the SPCA where she works PetsMart site adoptions by cleaning cages and writing adoption cards. Sally has given her time to an after school program at St. Andrew’s School. She has also taken time to volunteer for both the Special Olympics 1 Mile Fun Run and the Miles for Smiles Color Run.
Sally has won a dinner for two and is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship. Watch the Fox Richmond – WRLH interview and the Lexus of Richmond Leadership Award interview to learn more about Sally! Remember to check Facebook for more information about each weekly nominee throughout the school year!