TQL Announces the Winners of She Plays, She Wins

The winners of Total Quality Logistics (TQL) She Plays, She Wins, an initiative with three-time Olympic gold medalist and professional soccer player, Heather Mitts, are announced. Each young lady is receiving a $1,000 prize that may be used toward the purchase of team uniforms or an educational scholarship, made payable to the school they attend.

The winners, listed by age and category are:

13 to 15 Essay Winner: Christiane Hazzard; Student at Archbishop McNicholas High School; Sport: Softball

13 to 15 Video Winner: Gracie Rudolph; Student at Archbishop McNicholas High School; Sport: Volleyball

16 to 18 Essay Winner: Hayley Samson: Student at Seven Hills School; Sport: Ultimate Frisbee

16 to 18 Video Winner: Annika Pater; Student at Baden High School; Sport: Soccer

19 to 24 Essay Winner: Jena Moeller; Student at Saint Louis University; Sport: Volleyball

TQL teamed up with Mitts to recognize female student athletes in the Tri-state. Students submitted their best video or essay answering the following question: How have sports positively impacted your life and how do you think they will affect your future? Submissions were accepted from April through June. The submissions were narrowed down to the top finalists in each age category and the public voted on the winners during the month of July.

You can see all of the winning essays and videos on the She Plays, She Wins Facebook Page – www.facebook.com/sheplaysshewins.


TQL is one of the largest freight brokerage firms in the nation, connecting shippers who have truckload freight that needs to be moved with quality carriers who have the capacity to move it. TQL works with more than 50,000 carriers across North America, giving the company access to millions of trucks to help its customers move freight efficiently and economically. TQL identifies the right trucks for particular freight loads, negotiates rates, and satisfies its customers’ delivery requirements. The company’s insistence on honest, straightforward communications and 24/7/365 operations minimizes missed shipments, delays, and product shortages on store shelves.


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