Shamalene Wilson entered Florida State as a four-time All-Conference selection, MVP of the North-South All-Stars and Player of the Year in high school. The Dade City, Fla., native wasted no time making her impact on Seminole softball and was named ACC Freshman of the Year in 1993. The outfielder became a three-time All-American, a three-time All-Region selection and ACC Player of the Year during her career with the Lady Seminoles. She left her name in the record book in 11 categories and helped lead the Tribe to three ACC Championships, four NCAA Regional berths and a trip to the College World Series. After graduating, Shamalene spent two seasons in the women’s professional fast pitch league where she was named Defensive Player of the Year and selected to the All-Star team. In 1998, Wilson returned to Dade City and married Poncho Broner. She works for her alma mater, Pasco High and she and Poncho have two children, Kiara and Kobe.