Joe Justice was a renowned coach at Rollins College in Winter Park. He coached football and baseball at Rollins but the majority of his success came from baseball. Under Justice, Rollins became the smallest school in the history of college baseball to play in the College World Series in 1954. They finished second. Justice received the Rollins Decoration of Honor in 1957, an induction into the Rollins College Sports Hall of fame in 1977, and had his baseball jersey number retired. In addition, the American Association of College Baseball named Justice the “Coach of the Year” in 1967.