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SAINTS OPEN FALL BALL WITH FOUR SHUTOUT WINS

September 19, 2009 Contact: Scott Jamison 352.395.5616 scott.jamison@sfcollege.edu SFC FASTPITCH SAINTS START FALL BALL WITH FOUR SHUTOUT WINS Gainesville, FL – The five time defending Mid-Florida Conference Santa Fe College fastpitch softball team opened their Fall season with four wins on Saturday, all of them coming by way of shutouts.  The wins came against the […]

BASEBALL CRUISES PAST SFCC AND STATE COLLEGE OF FLORIDA

BASEBALL CRUISES PAST SFCC AND STATE COLLEGE OF FLORIDA

For Immediate Release September 20, 2009 Contact: Scott Jamison 352.395.5616 scott.jamison@sfcollege.edu SFC BASEBALL Gainesville, FL – The Santa Fe College Saints pitching staff threw two shut outs on Sunday afternoon and the SFC hitters supplied all of the runs they would need in two decisive victories over South Florida Community College, 10-0, and State College […]

FASTPITCH TRYOUTS ON SEPT. 21 AT 2:30

Gainesville, FL – Coach Chris Ahern and the Santa Fe College fastpitch softball team will have open tryouts for all full-time SFC students on Monday, September 21 at 2:30pm at the softball field.  Please bring a glove and wear cleats if you wish to participate. -30-

SAINTS BASEBALL SWEEPS WORLD OF BASEBALL

  September 14, 2009 Contact: Scott Jamison 352.395.5616 SCOTT.JAMISON@SFCOLLEGE.EDU SFC BASEBALL SAINTS TAKE TWO FROM WORLD OF BASEBALL Gainesville, FL – After rain washed away the first two games of the Fall, the Santa Fe College Saints took the field Sunday and swept World of Baseball 7-3 and 5-2. Ken Wise started game one on […]

SAINTS RAINED OUT OF OPENING FALL SERIES

For Immediate ReleaseSeptember 12, 2009Contact: Scott Jamison352.395.5616scott.jamison@sfcollege.edu SFC BASEBALL SANTA FE’S OPENING GAMES CUT SHORT BY RAIN Gainesville, FL – Gary Merians picked up where he left off last season by throwing 2.1 innings of hitless baseball before the rains made it impossible to continue on the opening day of “Fall Ball” at Santa Fe […]

SFC Student Awarded Prestigious Gilman Scholarship

When Santa Fe College student Danielle Rossi started the fall semester, she wasn’t studying at the Northwest Campus in Gainesville, or at any of Santa Fe’s centers, either. Instead, the 24-year-old international economics major is studying Chinese at Jilin University in Changchun in northeastern China. Rossi was recently awarded a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship […]

Health and Wellness Fair

The Health and Wellness Fair, sponsored by the Student Health Care Center and Student Life, is your opportunity to learn about a variety of healthy living options at Santa Fe. Learn about a variety of healthy activities ranging from Dance Exercise to Yoga, from flu ahots to mindfulness, and from the SFC Fitness Center to the Student Health Care […]

MEN’S BASKETBALL TRYOUTS ON SEPT. 10TH

Gainesville, FL – Coach Chris Mowry and the men’s basketball team will host walk-on tryouts for registered full time SFC students on Sept. 10th at 1:30PM.  Students must be enrolled in at least 12 hours of classes and have a qualifying GPA. -30-

BARTLEY, SNEED AND DAVENPORT CHOSEN FOR NJCAA ALL-STAR GAME (7/12/09)

BARTLEY, SNEED AND DAVENPORT CHOSEN FOR NJCAA ALL-STAR GAME (7/12/09)

SFC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Gainesville, FL – Three returning players for the 2009-10 season were chosen in July to represent Santa Fe College for the NJCAA Women’s Basketball All-Star Competition at Pensacola Junior College. Point guard Lanita Bartley (Jacksonville, FL), shooting guard Tracie Sneed (Jacksonville, FL) and forward Letiecia Davenport (Gainesville, GA) were all picked by […]

BOZEMAN COMMITS TO MISSISSIPPI STATE (8/27/09)

BOZEMAN COMMITS TO MISSISSIPPI STATE (8/27/09)

SFC BASEBALL Gainesville, FL – Santa Fe College sophomore catcher Brett Bozeman (Buchholz High School) has committed to play for Mississippi State University of the Southeastern Conference, Saints Head Coach Johnny Wiggs announced. Bozeman can not officially sign a letter of intent until the NCAA early signing period in November. As a freshman, Bozeman was […]