SSC Announces Hall of Fame Class of 2012-13; Saint Leo Softball All-American Highlights Class

WINTER PARK, Fla. - Seven individuals have been selected for induction to the Sunshine State Conference Hall of Fame. The Class of 2012-13 will be inducted to the Hall of Fame on June 17, 2013, in Kissimmee, Fla. This year's SSC Hall of Fame and Honors Banquet will be sponsored by S3 Design.

The newest class of SSC Hall of Fame inductees is comprised of six former student-athletes and one former SSC administrator. Named to the Class of 2012-13 were: Nicolas Boisvert (Lynn baseball), Megan Brown (Florida Southern softball), Denyve Duncan Boyle (Saint Leo softball), Elias Gonzalez (Tampa men's cross country), Emelie Karlsson (Barry women's soccer), Malana Winskas (Tampa women's soccer), and Gregg Kaye (former SSC associate commissioner).

This year's inductees represent the 21st class to be selected to the SSC Hall of Fame. A total of 179 student-athletes, coaches, and administrators have previously been inducted into the hall since the inaugural class of 1991-92.

The Sunshine State Conference Hall of Fame was founded in 1991 to honor those persons who have made outstanding contributions to the conference. Its purpose is to perpetuate the memory of those who brought distinction, honor, and excellence to the SSC.

Denyve Duncan Boyle - Saint Leo Softball (2002-05)

Denyve Duncan Boyle Duncan began her career by being named SSC Freshman of the Year in 2002 and would conclude her tenure as a four-time All-SSC performer. Duncan was a first-team selection in 2002 and 2004 and garnered second-team all-conference honors in 2003 and 2005. She was a National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-American in 2002 and 2004. Duncan was also tabbed the SSC's Player of the Year in 2004. She concluded her career as the Saint Leo career leader in a number of statistical categories, including hits (269) and stolen bases (87). Named to the SSC Silver Anniversary Softball Team, she also ranks among the top five of the league's career leaders with 269 hits. Duncan's talents extended beyond the softball field, as she was a four-time member of both the NFCA All-America Scholar squad and the SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll. Duncan was inducted into the Saint Leo University Hall of Fame in 2011 and works in the development office at her alma mater, where she also serves as a volunteer assistant coach for the Lion softball squad.

To read more about the other six inductees, please visit the official website of the Sunshine State Conference at www.sunshinestateconference.com or click here.