The Florida Southern College community is saddened by the loss of Ken Huebner, who passed away Dec. 30, 2017 in Hawthorne, NJ. He was 73. Huebner was Florida Southern's first All-American in baseball in 1964 and was a three-time Moccasin Most Valuable Player from 1963-65 as a pitcher and outfielder. In 1964, he became the first Moccasin in the modern era to hit .400 while his career batting average of .376 stood as an FSC record for 14 seasons. On the mound, his 1.45 career earned run average is still the third lowest ever posted at Florida Southern. For his career, the 1967 FSC graduate was 14-5 on the mound with 148 strikeouts over 155 innings. In 2002, he was inducted in the inaugural class of the FSC Athletics Hall of Fame. His jersey, number 43, is retired.