Seminole State College of Florida student-athletes have received national, state and conference recognition for their outstanding performance on the field.
Sophomore softball infielder Kalee Tabor was named the Player of the Year for both the Mid-Florida Conference (MFC) and the Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA), and she was one of two Raider softball players and seven total Seminole State student-athletes to be named an All-American.
In addition, across the three sports in which Seminole State competes – baseball, softball and women’s golf – six student-athletes earned All-FCSAA honors, and 11 were recognized within the MFC.
*All-FCSAA and All-MFC honors are not given in women’s golf.
The season was highlighted by state and region championships for the softball and women’s golf teams, as well as a No. 2 national finish for women’s golf. Softball earned the distinction of FCSAA Academic Team of the Year and recognition as an NJCAA All-Academic Team.
All Raider home events are free to Seminole State students, faculty and staff with a valid Seminole State ID. Admission is also available to the general public for a small fee. For more information, and to view the Raiders' complete season schedule, please visit the Seminole State athletics home page.
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