The University of South Florida has announced their sixth Hall of Fame Class, which will comprise of three former athletes.
The newest members are:
Shantia Grace, Women’s Basketball: Grace was a First Team All-Big East Selection and was the MVP of the 2009 Women’s NIT, which coincidentally was the only title they won. Grace is third all-time in scoring for the university and she joins Wanda Guyton and Jessica Dickson as the third female women’s basketball player inducted.
Sara Nevins: Nevins becomes the second softball player to enter the USF Athletic HOF and she was the ace of the team that went to the 2012 College World Series. Nevins currently holds the USF record for Wins (101), Saves (20), Innings Pitched (844.1) and Strikeouts (1,103).
George Selvie: Selvie becomes the third former USF football player to be inducted to the Hall after Anthony Henry and Marquel Henry. Selvie was the 2007 Big East Defensive Player of the Year and was a huge factor in the Bulls’ number 2 ranking and was the Big East Defensive Player of the Year in 2007.
We here would like to congratulate the latest class of the USF Athletic Hall of Fame.