Josh Huggins | #15 | IF
Hometown: Bay Minette, Ala.
Previous School: Faulkner State CC (Baldwin County HS)
Major: Physical Education
2012: Started in 46-47 games for the Argos his senior season... Led the team in home runs with six... tied for the team lead in doubles with 14... led the team with a .488 slugging percentage… tied second on the team with 32 RBIs… batted .290, slugged .494 and posted a .374 on-base percentage… led the team with a .374 batting average facing 2 outs... was an All-GSC first team selection…
2011: Started all but one game at third base in his first year at West Florida... All-GSC second team... NCAA Championships All-Tournament Team selection... finished the year batting .313 with 14 doubles, one triple and six home runs... scored 50 runs and drove in 40... got on base at a .430 clip and slugged .474... hit 4-6 with a double and two RBIs in a win over Mobile (4/12)... homered, doubled and drove in three runs at Alabama-Huntsville (4/17)... crucial to UWF’s title run, hitting 8-15 (.533 average) with two doubles and nine RBIs in the Argonauts’ four wins at the Division II Championships.
2010: (Faulkner State Community College) Played in 57 games in his sophomore season at Faulkner State ... earned an all-conference second team selection ... finished the year with a .357 average and 11 doubles, two triples and seven home runs ... scored 44 runs and drove in 49 ... also stole six bases in eight attempts ... led Faulkner State to a state championship.
2009: (Faulkner State Community College) Enjoyed a successful freshman season, hitting .418 in 51 games ... also tallied 13 doubles, one triple, six home runs and 42 RBIs ... finished the year with five steals in eight attempts.
High School: Played shortstop for Baldwin County High School ... three-time all-county selection and played in the county all-star game in 2007 and 2008 ... hit .390 with 17 home runs ... led his team to the third round of the playoffs in 2005 ... member of the key club
Personal: Son of Michael and Susan Huggins ... his brother Lee Huggins played third base for UWF from 2007-09 and is now playing independent league baseball in Ohio ... majoring in Physical Education ... hopes to continue playing professionally after graduation.