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Baker petitions for Bar reinstatement

first_img July 1, 2009 Regular News B aker petitions for Bar reinstatement Pursuant to Rule 3-7.10, Douglas Wayne Baker, formerly of Titusville and currently residing in Temple Terrace, has petitioned the Florida Supreme Court for Bar reinstatement.Baker was suspended for 91 days pursuant to a May 21, 2008, court order on a “contempt and order to show cause case” for violation of a Supreme Court order dated April 6, 2006, wherein he failed to follow the terms of his probation. The suspension was served beginning June 12, 2008.Any persons having knowledge bearing upon Baker’s fitness or qualifications to resume the practice of law should contact Jodi A. Thompson, Assistant Staff Counsel, The Florida Bar, 4200 George J. Bean Parkway, Suite 2580, Tampa 33607-1496, telephone (800) 940-4759. Baker petitions for Bar reinstatementlast_img read more

Four Argonauts Earn GSC All-Decade Softball Team Honors

first_img GSC All-Decade First Team Player Krissy Styrna Four Argonauts Earn GSC All-Decade Softball Team Honors Sharecenter_img BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The West Florida softball team has averaged over 40 wins per season and has won two Gulf South Conference championships since 2001, and many of the team’s players over that span made an impact on the program’s storied history.  On Thursday, the UWF softball team had four players earn spots on the GSC All-Decade Team, led by first team selection Krissy Styrna.Styrna (1999-02) was selected to the All-Decade first team as a pitcher, and she also earned a spot on the second team as a third baseman.  She was joined on the second team by outfielder Alex Tice (2002-05) and pitcher Jillian Lafrance (2008-10), who was selected both as a designated player and a pitcher.  Finally, pitcher Amber Browning (2005) earned honorable mention for her one outstanding season.“This is a great honor for our student-athletes, and for our program,” said head coach Tami Cyr.  “The GSC is a competitive conference, and for us to have that many student-athletes on the all-decade team says a lot.”Styrna’s spot on the first team is no surprise, and she is UWF softball’s most decorated player.  The Surrey, British Columbia native posted an 80-22 record as a pitcher with a career 1.36 earned run average.  She was also a force at the plate, tallying 280 total hits and 152 runs batted in during her career.  While not pitching, Styrna saw time in the field at third base.“Krissy was phenomenal,” said Cyr.  “She came and played every day, and she is definitely a worthy choice.  She was such a valuable player for us; she pitched, she hit, and she played a great third base.  She played 100 percent all the time, and she was also a gracious, humble player, the kind of kid you dream about coaching.”Styrna was the first Argonaut in school history to earn the GSC Commissioner’s Trophy for athletic and academic excellence in 2002, and she was also named the NCAA South Region Scholar Athlete of the Year during the same season.  The two-time All-American was the GSC Freshman of the Year in 1999 and earned four All-GSC selections.FIRST TEAM: Krissy Styrna, pitcher (1999-02)- 80-22, 1.36 earned run average, 478 strikeouts, 28 shutouts, 2 no-hitters- Two-time All-American, four-time All-GSCSECOND TEAM: Krissy Styrna, third base (1999-02)- .353 batting average, 280 hits, 63 doubles, 152 RBI- Two-time All-American, four-time All-GSCSECOND TEAM: Alex Tice, outfield (2002-05)- .363 batting average, 71 stolen bases- Two-time All-GSCSECOND TEAM, Jillian Lafrance, designated player (2008-10)- .302 batting average, 12 homeruns, 85 RBI- Two-time All-GSCSECOND TEAM, Jillian Lafrance, pitcher (2008-10)- 56 career wins, 520 strikeouts- 2009 GSC Pitcher of the YearHONORABLE MENTION: Amber Browning, pitcher (2005)- 35-5, 0.68 earned run average, GSC single season record 380 strikeouts- All-American, GSC Pitcher of the YearThe conference also released the top five teams of the decade using a formula based on each team’s performance in the all-sports trophy standings the past 10 years.  By that formula, West Florida was the third ranked team of the decade, falling just behind Alabama-Huntsville and Valdosta State, in that order.  The formula was developed by Harding University Sports Information Director Scott Goode.Thursday’s release marks the third consecutive Thursday all-decade release for the GSC following the six-sport fall release and the men’s and women’s basketball release.  The league compiled all-decade teams for five spring sports, excluding women’s golf which was added as an official league sport in 2005.Players could only be nominated for the all-decade team if they competed in at least two seasons during the decade and were also named to the All-GSC first team at least once.  Each squad was broken up into first and second teams except for men’s tennis.  Players and coaches of the decade were selected and honorable mentions were also recognized in special circumstances (for example, those student-athletes that competed in just one season and were an All-GSC first team member during the past decade).For information on the Gulf South Conference, visit www.gulfsouthconference.org.  For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.OFFICIAL GSC RELEASEPrint Friendly Versionlast_img read more