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Hall of Fame


Student athletes who have excelled both in character and an intercollegiate athletic sport throughout their four-year attendance at CCC are eligible for consideration for the CCC Hall of Fame. Nominations are made by the Athletic Committee and approved by the College administration. To be entered into the Hall of Fame, the athlete must be a graduating senior, have an outstanding testimony, be an outstanding athlete in their respective sport, and be nominated by their respective coach. In 2007, the Athletic Committee extended the recognition to coaches who have served at CCC for at least 10 years, have earned a National Coach of the Year award from the NCCAA while coaching at CCC, and have administrative approval.

The following are current members of the CCC Hall of Fame:

2012
Emma Kile

2011
Coach Vickie Denny
Tyler Spraul

2010
Alyssa Hallice
Chrissie Sugimoto

2008
Joshua Manter
Sam Greeley

2007
Coach Del Wubbena
Laura Marvin

2006
Andrew Bates
Annette Robinson

2005
Jenny Goodson
Amy Madeiros

2004
Thomas Bates
Anthony Wilson

2002
Phillip Bates

2001
Julie Hubbard

2000
Chris Brown
Chris Howe
Joel Hughes

1999
Andy Davies
John Wilson
Cathy Trask
1998
Jennifer Wilkerson
Karen Lavender
Steve Cone

1997
Joel Mason

1996
Casey Southerland
Shonn Brown

1993
Mike Doig
Suzy Drury

1990
Jesse Jefferies
Mike Drury

1988
Dominic Ukpe
Perry Johnson
David Foreman

1987
Kay Phillips

1986
Cyd Grant

1984
Bobby Williams

Cougar Spotlight



Playing soccer in college is such a gift that God has given me. I love playing soccer. Even before Christ saved me, soccer was my escape when things were rough in my life. It was everything to me. But now that God has so gloriously captivated my life, He's letting me use my love for soccer to help me love Him more. I always think ahead to the future, and I just know that some of my best college memories will be from playing. God has also taught me so much through playing. Probably the biggest thing being, to just step back and realize that every game could be of eternal significance, if I would just play it that way. To play for Him. Lessons, life long friendships, and good times.