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CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame to induct 25 Inaugural Banquet

6 p.m., Dec. 3, Hilton Garden Inn White Marsh

The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) Athletics Hall of Fame honors 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.   It inaugurates its first 25 honorees on Dec. 3, 2011.

The 2011 Inaugural Honorees in the CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame (in alpha order):
Janet Flora Anderson of Jefferson, Md. – Basketball, Field Hockey and Lacrosse (Essex campus)
Gloria Broady of Parkville, Md. – Basketball (Dundalk campus)
Cathy Cain of Ft. Pierce, Fla. –Volleyball (Catonsville campus)
Letha Christian of Catonsville, Md. – Volleyball (Catonsville campus)
John Ciliberto of Parkville, Md. – Lacrosse (Essex campus)  
Don Clatterbuck of Northeast, Md. – Baseball (Essex campus)
Jason Dieter of Abingdon, Md. – Soccer (Essex campus)
Dawud Drew of Jersey City, N.J. – Basketball (Dundalk campus)
Carol Eustis of Westminster, Md. – Basketball, Field Hockey, Athletics Director (Essex campus)
Dave Hopla of Moosebay Harbor, Maine – Basketball (Dundalk campus)
Karen Workman Hummer of Charleston, W. Va. – Swimming (Catonsville campus)
Frank Kolarek of Catonsville, Md. – Baseball (Catonsville campus)
Ralph Lee of Baltimore City, Md. – Basketball (Catonsville campus)
Linda Mabry of White Marsh, Md. –Volleyball, Basketball and Softball (Dundalk 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 (Essex campus)
Thomas Miksa of Dundalk, Md. – Soccer and Baseball (Dundalk campus)
Barbara Miller of Parkville, Md. – Volleyball and Basketball (Essex campus)
Yvette Moore of Hyattsville, Md. – Track and Field (Catonsville campus)
Elliott Oppenheim of College Park, Md. – Baseball (Dundalk campus)
Cleveland Rudisill of Dundalk, Md. – Basketball (Essex campus)
Mari Rupert of Dubai, UAE – Soccer and Tennis (Catonsville campus)
Melissa Seesz of Columbia, Md. – Lacrosse (Catonsville campus)
Sandy Storey of Perry Hall, Md. – Basketball and Softball (Essex campus)
Dennis Walsh of Baltimore City, Md. –Baseball (Dundalk campus)

The CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame Committee, under the leadership of Chairman George Henderson, selected the first 25 honorees to be installed in the CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame.

The nine-member selection committee included Alumni: Janell Coffman – CCBC Catonsville (Women’s Soccer), Kent Bowles – CCBC Dundalk (Men’s Baseball) and Cleveland Rudisill – CCBC Essex (Men’s Basketball); Former coaches /athletics administrators: Jack Manley – CCBC Catonsville (long time and founding Director of Athletics), Charlie Holston – CCBC Dundalk (long time Women’s Softball coach) and George Henderson – CCBC Essex (long time Men’s Baseball coach);  at large members: Ann Marie Thornton – CCBC (director of Development and Alumni Relations) and Barb Miller – CCBC Essex alumna (Women’s Volleyball and Basketball) and former CCBC Essex coach (Women’s Volleyball and Basketball), and CCBC Director of College Athletics Brian Farrell, a former CCBC Catonsville Baseball student athlete.

WHO?    The Community College of Baltimore County Athletics Hall of Fame

WHAT?    Inaugural Induction Banquet

WHEN?    Saturday, December 3, 2011
    6 p.m.

WHERE?    Hilton Garden Inn White Marsh
    5015 Campbell Boulevard
    White Marsh, MD 21236

WHY?    To induct the first 25 honorees in the CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame

FEES?    Tickets are $40 per person.  Contact Amy Matschulat at 443-840-1859for ticket reservations and information.

For detailed information about the CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame, contact Brian Farrell at 443-840-4197.

About CCBC:
CCBC offers hundreds of programs and thousands of courses helping people of all ages, backgrounds and interests earn degrees, transfer, launch or advance careers, and prepare for in-demand jobs. Providing accessible, affordable and high quality education since 1957, CCBC educates more than 70,000 students each year, including half of all Baltimore County residents attending college in Maryland as undergraduates. Committed to student success and the development of lifelong learners who strengthen our regional workforce and enrich our community, CCBC has also been selected to participate in Achieving the Dream, a national student success initiative.
CCBC is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, 2nd Floor West, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (267-284-5000). The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

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