BOCA RATON, Fla. -
Florida Atlantic University football student-athlete Greg Joseph has been awarded the 2017 Freddie Solomon Community Spirit Award.
Joseph served as the FAU SAAC President for 2017-18 and volunteered over 50 hours at Paint Your Heart Out Palm Beach Country and local Boys & Girls Clubs. Academically, he is in the fourth semester of his MBA in Health Administration program. The graduate student can add this award to the others that he has received this season which include the Fall Conference USA Spirit of Service Award, C-USA All-Academic, and All-C-USA Honorable Mention.
Joseph wraps up his collegiate career as the FAU career leader in points scored, PATs made and attempted, and field goals made and attempted, and holds the single game records for PATs, field goals, points scored by kicking, and longest field goal.
The award, named after the former Miami Dolphins and San Francisco 49ers wide receiver, honors a collegiate football player from Florida or South Carolina that has impacted the lives of others through community service and giving, continuing Freddie Solomon’s efforts to make the world a better place.