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CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame to honor 25 in its 2013 class
 November 15, 2013

Banquet will be held 6 p.m., Dec. 7, Hilton Garden Inn

BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md.  (November 15, 2013) – The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) Athletics Hall of Fame will induct 25 honorees at a special banquet to be held 6 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013 in the Hilton Garden Inn located in White Marsh, Maryland.  Tickets for the banquet are $45 per person.  For tickets or information, contact Amy Matschulat at 443-840-1859 or amatschulat@ccbcmd.edu. Tickets are limited.

The Community College of Baltimore County Athletics Hall of Fame was established in 2011 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.  With the induction of this third group of elite athletes, CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame now has 76 members. 

THE 2013 CCBC ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME HONOREES:
(Many honorees participated in multiple sports; we list them by first sport that they listed.)

Baseball

Eric Grandy of Baltimore, Md. – Baseball and Basketball (Essex campus)

Patrick Lager of Mount Sterling, Ky. – Baseball (Catonsville campus)

John Zorich of Stafford, Va. – Baseball (Dundalk campus)

Basketball

Kendra Baldwin of Baltimore, Md. – Basketball (Dundalk campus)

Earl G. Garner of Baltimore, Md. – Basketball (Catonsville campus) 

Timmy Greene of Baltimore, Md. – Basketball (Catonsville campus)

Eugene Jackson III of Duluth, Ga. – Basketball (Dundalk campus)

Sam R.  Knisley of Ocala, Fla. – Basketball and Tennis (Catonsville campus)

Bowling
Carl E. Cuneo
of Perry Hall, Md. - Bowling (Essex campus)

Judith K. West of Little River, S.C. – Bowling (Essex campus)


Diving
Connie White
– Diving (Catonsville campus)

Golf

William Silverthorne of Essex, Md. – Golf, Basketball, Tennis, Baseball, Director (Essex campus)

Field Hockey

Sharon Holtschneider McLaughlin of Shrewsbury, Pa. –Field Hockey, Lacrosse and Basketball(Essex campus)


Lacrosse
Derrick Allender
of Linthicum, Md. – Lacrosse (Essex campus)

Erin Brown Millon of Reisterstown, Md. – Lacrosse, Field Hockey and Basketball (Essex campus)

Steve Sam Pappas of Berlin, Md. – Lacrosse and Soccer (Catonsville campus)

Tim Puls of Ellicott City, Md. – Lacrosse (Essex campus)

Soccer

John A. Abe of Harrisburg, Pa. – Soccer (Essex campus)

Cassidie Dunbar Starner of Cambridge, Md. – Soccer (Catonsville campus)

Tom Taylor of Glen Burnie, Md. – Soccer and Lacrosse (Catonsville campus)

Jennifer Witowski of Baltimore, Md. – Soccer and Lacrosse (Catonsville campus)

Softball

Charles “Charlie” Holston of Dundalk, Md. – Softball, Bowling, Volleyball (Dundalk campus)

Tennis

Debbie Reese Holtschneider of Kingsville, Md. – Tennis and Volleyball (Dundalk campus)

Mark T. Holtschneider of Kingsville, Md. – Tennis (Essex campus)

Volleyball

Bridget Thornton of Catonsville, Md. – Volleyball (Catonsville campus)

CCBC HALL OF FAME SELECTION COMMITTEE:

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.

Alumni

Randy Gregory – Basketball - 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 (Volleyball and Basketball) and former CCBC Essex coach (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 CCBC director of College Athletics Brian Farrell at 443-840-4197 or bfarrell@ccbcmd.edu



























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