Chesapeake College Athletic Hall of Fame
Student Athlete, 1993-1995
Carrie Dilling was a two-sport star for the Skipjacks. She was the women's basketball team MVP in both 1993 and 1994, and was also named Chesapeake College's Female Athlete of the Year in 1994. Ms. Dilling earned a spot on the All-Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference Second Team as a sophomore, and was named the college’s Outstanding Graduate in Architectural and Drafting Technology in 1994.
Ms. Dilling came back to Chesapeake in 1995 to play for the college's women's softball team, where she was also named team MVP.
Ms. Dilling produces drawings and designs for houses for various local builders. She has served as a Little League soccer coach, and breeds and shows Labrador Retrievers.
Student Athlete, 1997-1999
Mandy Supers finished her prolific women's basketball career as Chesapeake College's single-season and career scoring and rebounding leader. Ms. Supers also left Chesapeake with school records for most free throws made in a season and career. She was both the women’s basketball Team MVP and Chesapeake's Female Athlete of the Year for 1997-1998.
Ms. Supers was named to the All-Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference team as a freshman. The following season she finished seventh in scoring and fourth in rebounding in the final NJCAA Division II national statistics.
After graduating from Chesapeake, Ms. Supers began a career in sales with Verizon, where she is currently a sales supervisor.
Student Athlete, 1972-1974
John Stubbs held the college's career goal-scoring record for men's soccer for three decades, scored 15 goals in one season, and remains the all-time points leader in Chesapeake College men's soccer history. He was a Region XX Honorable Mention in 1973 and Second-Team All-Region the following season.
Mr. Stubbs also played baseball for the Skipjacks, serving as a 1974 team tri-captain before starting for two years in Frostburg State University's outfield. He went on to become a men's softball standout, earning All-American honors at the 1987 Amateur Softball Association (ASA) national tournament, and was inducted into the ASA Softball Hall of Fame in 2006.
Mr. Stubbs has been active in local civic organizations (Easton Moose, Easton Elks, American Legion) and coached in a variety of youth sports.
Student Athlete, 1999-2001
Cory Willey finished his intercollegiate baseball career with records at two different institutions. He left Chesapeake College with records for bases stolen in a game and a career, as well as the single-season runs batted in record. Mr. Willey then played two seasons at Salisbury University, where he finished as the career saves leader for the Sea Gulls and was team MVP in 2003.
Mr. Willey, who was a first-team all-conference selection for Salisbury University in 2003, went on to play in the Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies organizations. He won a minor-league championship with the Phillies' High-A Clearwater Threshers, posting a 2.37 ERA as a reliever, and reached the Double A level.