Larry Alexander Kristi Anderson
Bert Atkinson
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Lawrence Timmons
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Chick-Fil-A Florence Athletic Hall Of Fame


Kristi Leigh Anderson 

1985 graduate of South Florence High School
1990 graduate of FMU with a major in Elementary Education

South Florence High School Softball: As a Junior & Senior won Team MVP, Best Offensive and Defensive player awards
All Region as a Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior & Senior
Voted All State team as a Senior
Played in North-South All Star Softball Game as a Senior
Received a Full Scholarship for softball to FMU.

FMU Softball: Finished with lifetime Batting Avg of .410, 3 home runs, 128 RBI, 120 runs scored, 19 stolen bases, .967 fielding percentage
At the time of graduation she was one of only 4 players in NAIA to ever be voted All American 4 times
Team MVP in 1988
All District Six Team in 1989, 1988, 1987, 1986
All Tournament Team in 1986 & 1987 World Series
District 6 All Tournament in 1986, 1989
Elected to FMU Hall of Fame in 1995
Participated in 3 softball World Series where FMU finished 7th in 1986 and 2nd in 1987
In 1987 World Series tied the series records of 10 hits and 4 doubles.
Played in 172 games and never missed game during her career
Set FMU single season RBI record at 41 in 1986
District 6 Player of the week in 1986, 1987, 1988

1990 Asst. Softball Coach at FMU
1991-94 Head Softball Coach at Lake City HS
1995-2003 Asst. Softball Coach at Lake City HS
1991-1994 Head Volleyball coach at Lake City HS
1998 2000 Head Girls Basketball coach at Lake City HS
1991-1994 Head JV Girls Basketball Coach