Named in honor of Cecil College’s longtime baseball coach, Charlie O’Brien.
There was no slowing the Seahawks at the NJCAA Division II National Basketball Tournament.
To honor individuals who made outstanding contributions and brought recognition to Cecil College athletics.
Emily Waldridge scored highest among six contestants to win a $3,500 scholarship in addition to the $250 award she received for participating.
The train continues to roll for Cecil College alumnus Jordan Yoder as he signed a letter of intent.
Come to learn how Cecil College has been empowering Cecil County for half a century.
‘We are community and student driven.’
It was an earth-moving week as the foundation for the new athletic building was laid.
Four standouts lead the Seahawks on diamond throughout regionals.
The recognition of excellence for the Cecil College softball team continues.