PRINCESS ANNE, Md.— The University of Maryland Eastern Shore had a total of 77 representatives on the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference’s All-Time teams across 11 sports over the past 50 years.
The Hawks’ 77 representatives included former women’s bowling coach Sharon Brummell and seven former student-athletes that were named to two more than one squad. Maryland Eastern Shore’s members of the MEAC’s all-time teams are listed below.
Jana Milin, Christina Estebane, Whitney Johnson, Saitaua Iosia, Jessica Vicic and Iva Vujosevic
Women – Alice Allen, Natalie Anderson, Barbora Blahutova, Janeth Chepkonga, Betty Chumbe, Jennaya Hield, Merrecia James, Aurelia Jepkorir, Sharon Jerop, Eunice Jones, Petra Kubesova and Eva Slavikova.
Men – Khalil Rmidi Kinini, Mark Blackmon, Ricky Meekins, Basil Melek, Clayton Nicholes, Alfred Singoei and Barnabus Togom
Monica Felder and April McBride
Talvin Skinner and Eastern Shore’s current men’s basketball associate head coach Larry Stewart
Mariana Alvarado, Megan Buja, T’nia Falbo, Kristina Frahm, Alexandra Hernandez, Cayla Hicks, Brigitte Jacobs, Victoria Jones, Maryetta Lewis, Kristie Lopez, Tatiana Munoz, Martha Perez, Anggie Ramirez, Jacqueline Rhoda, Maria Rodriguez, Thashaina Seraus, Marion Singleton, Chloe Skurzynski, Paula Vilas, Michelle Wallace, Jessica Worsley and Laura Zanrucha
Women – Cynthia Anais, Imani Cox, Lenora Guion-Firmin, Vanessa Henry, Merrecia James and Petra Kubesova
Men – Khalil Rmidi Kinini, Howard Lindsay, Dillon Simon and Andre Walsh.
Relay teams – James, Tanisha Wisdom, Celia Whyte and Tamica Thomas in the distance medley relay from 2008 and Rachel Halmon, Shantol Hemley, Jheniel Kelly and Annis Mars in the 4×800 meter relay in 2015
Women – Cynthia Anais, Lenora Guion-Firmin, Vanessa Henry, Petra Kubesova and Marta Sterbova
Men – Allodin Fothergill, Kimani Kirton, Khalil Rmidi Kinini and Dillon Simon
Kirkland Hall and Ira Smith
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