CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame to induct 25 new honorees

Oct 05, 2017 | by Hope H. Davis | 443.840.5053 (office) | 410.971.5560 (cell)

CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame to induct 25 new honorees

7 p.m., Dec. 1, Martin's East

Who
Community College of Baltimore County Athletics

What
CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame Induction Banquet

When
7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 1, 2017

Where
Martin's East
9000 Pulaski Highway
Baltimore, Maryland 21220

Why
To induct 25 new honorees in the CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame

Tickets
Tickets ($50 per person) will go on sale to the public on Monday, Oct. 30, 2017.

Contact
Amy Matschulat at 443-840-1859 or amatschulat@ccbcmd.edu.

Background
The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) Athletics Hall of Fame will induct 25 new honorees at a banquet to be held 7 p.m., Dec. 1 at Martin's East in Baltimore, Md. The CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame honors former student athletes and former and current coaches, athletic administrators/staff for outstanding contributions to athletics on the three main campuses of the Community College of Baltimore County.

The 2017 inductees in the CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame (in alpha order):

  • Chuck Banknell of Baltimore, Md. - Soccer (Essex campus)
  • Stephanie Bates of Baltimore, Md. - Meritorious Service (Catonsville campus)
  • Jeremy Benson of Newark, Del. - Baseball (Dundalk campus)
  • Mary E. Corbett of Manchester, Md. - Basketball and Lacrosse (Essex campus)
  • Dennis E. Eckard (posthumously) of Perry Hall, Md. - Meritorious Service (Essex campus)
  • Jill I. Fennekohl of Glen Arm, Md. - Soccer (Essex campus)
  • Judy Griffing of Rehoboth Beach, Del. - Field Hockey and Lacrosse (Essex campus)
  • James T. Haislip of Halethorpe, Md. - Soccer Coach (Catonsville campus)
  • Norman "Clyde" Handy of Baltimore, Md. - Basketball (Catonsville campus)
  • Alfonzo Hawkins Jr. of Baltimore, Md. - Basketball (Dundalk campus)
  • Van C. Helms of Ellicott City, Md. - Cross Country (Catonsville campus)
  • Jordan Johnson of Elkridge, Md. - Baseball (Dundalk campus)
  • Walter L. Leslie Jr. of Baltimore. Md. - Basketball (Essex campus)
  • Thomas F. Lotman of Dundalk, Md. - Meritorious Service (Dundalk campus)
  • Karen Crosby MacDougall of Salisbury, Md. - Softball and Basketball (Catonsville campus)
  • Michael Martini of Harrisburg, Pa. - Baseball (Essex campus)
  • Billy Sadtler of Edgewater, Md. - Lacrosse (Essex campus)
  • Dawn St. Clair of Parkville, Md. - Volleyball (Essex campus)
  • Jennifer Stewart of Towson, Md. - Soccer (Catonsville campus)
  • Kevin Stickles of Mount Airy, Md. - Indoor Track and Track and Field (Catonsville campus)
  • Alex Turner of San Antonio, Tex. - Baseball (Catonsville campus)
  • Bufort Widenhouse (posthumously) of Parkville, Md. - Cross Country and Track and Field Coach (Essex campus)
  • Larry Williams of Towson, Md. - Indoor Track, Cross Country Coach (Catonsville and Essex campuses)
  • Valerie M. Williams of Bel Air, Md. - Bowling (Catonsville campus)
  • Todd J. Wolters of Easton, Md. - Lacrosse (Catonsville campus)

For detailed information about the CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame, contact Brian Farrell at 443-840-4419 or bfarrell@ccbcmd.edu.

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