Class of 1998
A native of Fort Gay, West Virginia, Dillion transfered to Cumberland after two successful seasons at Northwestern State University in Louisiana. During his two seasons at Cumberland, Dillion played in 65 games, scored a total of 945 points, and handed out 314 assists. His single game career highs include 32 points scored with 11 rebounds and 11 assists. Dillion helped lead his teams to compile a 53-13 record and earn two appearances at the NAIA National Championships. For his efforts, Dillion was named to the KIAC All-Conference team in 1995 and was also named as an Honorable Mention NAIA All-American. During that season, Cumberland was the only team that defeated #1 ranked Georgetown College. In 1996, Dillion again received All-Conference honors and he was selected as a NAIA All-American. Following his graduation from Cumberland, Dillion served for two years as a graduate assistant coach for Cumberland's men's basketball team. Dillion is currently employed by General Motors, Incorporated and currently resides in Marion, Indiana.