For immediate release
November 10, 2011
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CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame to induct 25 at Dec. 3 Banquet
BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. -- The Community College of Baltimore County Athletics Hall of Fame will host a banquet 6 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 3 in the Hilton Garden Inn White Marsh to honor and induct its first 25 honorees.
The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) Athletics Hall of Fame was established to recognize and honor current student athletes, alumni, former and current coaches, athletic administrators/staff for outstanding contributions to CCBC Athletics on the three main campuses of the Community College of Baltimore County.
The 2011 Inaugural Honorees in the CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame (by first sport listed):
Don Clatterbuck of Northeast, Md. – Baseball (Essex campus)
Frank Kolarek of Catonsville, Md. – Baseball (Catonsville campus)
Dennis P. Walsh of Baltimore City, Md. –Baseball (Dundalk campus)
Gloria Broady of Parkville, Md. – Basketball (Dundalk campus)
Dawud Drew of Jersey City, N.J. – Basketball (Dundalk campus)
Dave Hopla of Moosebay Harbor, Maine – Basketball (Dundalk campus)
Ralph Lee of Baltimore City, Md. – Basketball (Catonsville campus)
Cleveland Rudisill of Dundalk, Md. – Basketball (Essex campus)
Janet Flora Anderson of Jefferson, Md. – Field Hockey, Basketball and Lacrosse (Essex campus)
John Ciliberto of Parkville, Md. – Lacrosse (Essex campus)
Melissa Seesz of Columbia, Md. – Lacrosse (Catonsville campus)
Jason Dieter of Abingdon, Md. – Soccer (Essex campus)
Thomas A. Miksa of Dundalk, Md. – Soccer and Baseball (Dundalk campus)
Maria L. Rubert of Dubai, UAE – Soccer and Tennis (Catonsville campus)
Sandy Storey of Perry Hall, Md. – Softball and Basketball (Essex campus)
Karen Workman Hummer of Charles Town, W. Va. – Swimming (Catonsville campus)
Track and Field
Yvette Moore of Hyattsville, Md. – Track and Field (Catonsville campus)
Cathy Cain of Ft. Pierce, Fla. –Volleyball (Catonsville campus)
Letha Christian of Catonsville, Md. – Volleyball (Catonsville campus)
Linda T. Mabry of White Marsh, Md. –Volleyball, Basketball and Softball (Dundalk campus)
Barbara Miller of Parkville, Md. – Volleyball and Basketball (Essex campus)
Coaches and Administrators
Carol Eustis of Westminster, Md. – Basketball, Field Hockey, Athletics Director (Essex campus)
Jack Manley of Catonsville, Md. – Founder of Athletics at Catonsville, Men’s Basketball and Cross Country (Catonsville campus)
Andy McDonald of Bel Air, Md. – Founder of Athletics at Essex, Baseball, Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Golf, and Softball (Essex campus)
Elliott Oppenheim of College Park, Md. – Baseball (Dundalk campus)
The herculean task of narrowing down the field for the CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame was done by a nine-member committee, under the leadership of Chairman George Henderson, representing alumni, former coaches and athletic administrators and at large members.
Janell Coffman – Soccer - CCBC Catonsville
Kent Bowles – Baseball - CCBC Dundalk
Cleveland Rudisill – Basketball - CCBC Essex
Former coaches /athletics administrators
Jack Manley – Basketball - CCBC Catonsville (long time and founding Director of Athletics)
Charlie Holston – Softball - CCBC Dundalk
George Henderson – Baseball -CCBC Essex
At large members
Ann Marie Thornton – CCBC director of Development and Alumni Relations
Barb Miller – CCBC Essex alumna (Women’s Volleyball and Basketball) and former CCBC Essex coach (Women’s Volleyball and Basketball),
Brian Farrell – Baseball – CCBC director of College Athletics and former CCBC Catonsville student athlete.
For detailed information about the CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame, contact Brian Farrell at 443-840-4197 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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