April 16, 2013
Contact: Scott Jamison
Gainesville, FL – Sophomore second baseman Josh Stewart was recently honored with the highest achievement possible for a Santa Fe student. He and 14 other students were honored as members of the 2013 Hall of Fame.
“I am so proud of Josh for being inducted into the SF Hall of Fame,” said Coach Johnny Wiggs. “He is so deserving because of his tremendous work ethic, persistence, and desire to be successful. He brings all of that to both the classroom and the baseball field. He has been a tireless worker and a great example for our baseball team the last two years. We all look forward to following his career as he continues it at Rollins College.”
Since 2003, the Santa Fe College Hall of Fame has been the highest honor bestowed upon SF students. The Hall of Fame is reserved for those who have demonstrated truly superior leadership and achievement through their scholarship and extracurricular activities while members of the SF community. Through their involvement as student leaders, it is clear to all who encounter them that they are set apart from other outstanding student leaders as especially deserving of the unique honor. The Hall of Fame is limited to 1/10 of 1% of SF students in a given year.
The following students have been named to the 2013 SF Hall of Fame:
By the end of the spring semester, their pictures and bios will be posted to the Hall of Fame website, and a composite photo will be created and hung in the Center for Student Leadership & Activities.
Portions of this release courtesy Santa Fe College.