Several Seminole State College of Florida baseball and softball players have been recognized by the Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA) and the Mid-Florida Conference (MFC) for their athletic accomplishments during the 2011 season.
Todd Hankins, a sophomore infielder from Oviedo, was named MFC Player of the Year, an honor given to the top overall performer in the conference. He also was named to the FCSAA All-State and MFC All-Conference First teams.
Other players receiving recognition were:
Seminole State baseball went 26-20 (9-14 MFC) during the 2011 regular season and finished fifth in the MFC. Raider softball was 39-22 (17-7 MFC) and finished third in the conference.
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