Senka Softic
Senka Softic
Year Inducted: 2016
Sports Played or Coached: Women's Tennis, 2007-10

A four-time All-American, Senka Softic posted an amazing 72-10 singles record, winning more matches than any other tennis player in Moccasin history. She had a 65-30 career doubles record, finishing one win shy of tying the FSC record for most doubles victories. Softic twice won 19 singles matches in a season, and in 2007, paired with Meri Gol to win a Florida Southern single-season record 22 doubles matches. Named to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar-Athlete Team in 2009 and 2010, Softic graduated cum laude in 2010 with a degree in international business and was twice named the most outstanding economics students. Also named to the Dean's List and a President's Scholar, Senka earned her MBA from Florida Southern in 2001.