His work with student-athletes at Cecil during the formation of the athletics program back in the 1970s played a vital role in the success of the alumni.
Bill Lewit led Seahawks to Cecil College’s only national championship in men’s basketball.
Reedy had a long, distinguished career not only in athletics but education.
Wilhide’s dedication and commitment to the academic success of student-athletes earned him recognition and respect among his peers.
Shirley Weaver was the engine that drove Cecil College athletics.
Mary Maloney recognized for her dedication and support for Cecil athletics.
“Going to a community college, you can explore all these different degree fields and are able to figure out what you want to do before spending thousands and thousands of dollars at a four-year college,” said Erin Olson.
Local business supports Cecil College students by raising money for scholarships.
Cecil College Hall of Fame honors pioneers of Seahawks athletics.
Laney Hoxter was an inspirational, passionate, and motivational presence at Cecil College.