SUNY Cortland C-Club Hall of Fame to induct new members

(Photo provided by SUNY Cortland).

This weekend on Saturday September 28th, SUNY Cortland will induct seven new members into the C-Club Hall of Fame.

In addition to Saturday night's official ceremony, the inductees will be introduced at halftime of the SUNY Cortland vs. Buffalo St. football game earlier that afternoon.

Here is a detailed look at this year's inductees:

Stanley Kowalski. (Photo provided by SUNY Cortland).

Stanley Kowalski ’69 M ’72 


Stanley Kowalski was a three-time All-America midfielder for Cortland’s men’s lacrosse teams as well as a standout football defensive back. The National Lacrosse Hall of Fame (1997) and Long Island Lacrosse Hall of Fame (1989) inductee was a highly successful coach and teacher at Half Hollow Hills High School and in collegiate lacrosse for almost four decades.

  • A native of Albertson, he earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Cortland in 1969 and a master’s degree in physical education from Cortland in 1972.
  • Lacrosse midfielder for four seasons (freshman team in 1966; varsity from 1967-69) and football defensive back for three years (1966-68).
  • Three-time lacrosse All-American – honorable mention in 1967, second team in 1968 and first team in 1969. Team had a combined record of 32-5-1 during those three years. Team won USILA Central New York Division title and finished 11-1 overall in his senior year.
  • Earned All-ECC honors in football and was offered a free agent contract by the NFL’s Oakland Raiders. Was named the 1969 Beta Sports King as Cortland’s Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year.
  • Recorded 32 goals and eight assists for 40 points in lacrosse as a junior and 15 goals and nine assists for 24 points as a senior (despite missing three games due to injury). Also scored three goals in the 1969 North-South Senior All-Star Game.
  • Cortland’s freshman lacrosse head coach in 1970 and led team to 5-1 record. Also coached junior varsity football at St. Mary’s High School in Cortland in 1969 and led the squad to an undefeated season.
  • Member of USA National Lacrosse Team that won a World Games gold medal in 1974 and was an alternate on the 1978 USA National Lacrosse Team.
  • An 11-time U.S. Club Lacrosse Association all-star selection for the Long Island Athletic Club.
  • Head varsity boys’ lacrosse coach at Half Hollow Hills High School West from 1973-86 and assistant varsity football coach at Half Hollow Hills East & West from 1973-83 in Dix Hills. Also taught physical education at Half Hollow Hills High from 1973-2002. Named 1981 Suffolk County Lacrosse Coach of the Year.
  • Men’s lacrosse assistant head coach at C.W. Post University from 1987-2005 and assistant men’s lacrosse coach at Farmingdale State College from 2009-11. Named 2005 Division II Assistant Coach of the Year by the Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association.
  • Inducted into the Long Island Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1989 and the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1997.
  • Passed away on June 5, 2016 at age 68.

Jack McGetrick. (Photo provided by SUNY Cortland).

Jack McGetrick ’72 M ’74


Jack McGetrick was an All-America lacrosse defender and a regional All-America soccer goalie for the Red Dragons who enjoyed a successful run as a men’s lacrosse head coach at the University of Hartford and Bellarmine University.

  • The Franklin Square native earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Cortland in 1972 and a master’s degree in physical education from Cortland in 1974. He also earned a master’s degree in exercise physiology from the University of Connecticut in 1988.
  • Starting defenseman for men’s lacrosse team for two seasons (after moving from attack and midfield) and starting goalie for men’s soccer team.
  • First team men’s lacrosse All-American on defense in 1972 as he helped the Red Dragons finish 14-2 and advance to the semifinals of the NCAA Division I playoffs. Only unanimous selection for the 1971 All-Central New York Lacrosse League first team, and was Cortland’s “Alumni Lacrosse Award” winner as the team’s most improved player, as the Red Dragons finished 11-1.
  • Soccer team captain who earned two New York State regional All-America awards (honorable mention in 1970, second team in 1971) and was first team All-SUNYAC twice.
  • Member of service fraternity Lambda Phi Delta, which performed numerous projects for the Cortland community.
  • Cortland’s freshman men’s lacrosse head coach in 1973.
  • Drafted by the Montreal Quebecois of the Professional Box Lacrosse League in 1974-75.
  • Coached several high school teams in New York and Connecticut from 1992-2003 and taught physical education at Somers (Conn.) High from 1989-95.
  • Men’s lacrosse head coach at the University of Hartford from 1993-2003. Posted a combined record of 87-74 to set school records for victories and winning percentage. Led the Hawks to two America East regular-season titles and was a three-time America East Coach of the Year. Posthumously inducted into University of Hartford Hall of Fame in 2011.
  • 1997 USILA National Coach of the Year and New England Coach of the Year.
  • Hired in 2004 as the first head coach of the newly formed men’s lacrosse program at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Ky. Team began competing on Division I level in 2005. Led the program to a 45-41 record over six seasons.
  • Diagnosed with cancer in 2008. His final game was a victory over Ohio State in May 2010. Bellarmine dedicated the Jack McGetrick Plaza and Locker Room at the school’s stadium in February 2010.
  • Youth soccer, lacrosse, softball and baseball coach for more than three decades in Rhode Island, Connecticut and Kentucky.
  • Passed away on October 9, 2010 at age 60.

Charlyn Robert. (Photo provided by SUNY Cortland).

Charlyn (Charlie) Robert ’78

Webster, Massachusetts

Charlyn (Charlie) Robert played four seasons of both field hockey and lacrosse at Cortland, coached field hockey at Union College for 13 seasons and was one of the nation’s top athletic administrators as the director of athletics at Nichols College (Mass.) for 17 years.

  • A native of Oxford, Mass., she earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Cortland in 1978 and a master’s degree in sport management administration from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in 1983.
  • The field hockey midfielder/back helped lead the Red Dragons to two New York State Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (NYSAIAW) titles. As a lacrosse defender/cover point, she helped Cortland place third in the state tournament her junior year. She captained both sports as a senior.
  • Field hockey head coach at Union College (N.Y.) from 1983-96. Posted a combined record of 104-84-7 and is the program’s all-time victories leader. Named 1988 New York Collegiate Female Coach of the Year after guiding the Dutchwomen to a 13-0 undefeated regular season (17-1 overall) and the ECAC Division III Mid-Atlantic title. Only loss was 1-0 decision at eventual NCAA semifinalist Cortland in the New York State tournament.
  • Coached at Empire State Games from 1979-91.
  • Received the New York State Women’s Collegiate Athletic Association (NYSWCAA) Service Award in 1997.
  • Field hockey head coach at Nichols College (Mass.) from 1996-2002. Her 62 victories are the third-highest total in school history.
  • Under her leadership as the Director of Athletics at Nichols from 1998 to her retirement in 2015 she oversaw an athletic program that won 13 Commonwealth Coast Conference and three ECAC Northeast Hockey titles and hosted the 2011 NCAA Division III Field Hockey Championship. Nichols added women’s lacrosse and women’s ice hockey as varsity sports during her tenure.
  • Awarded the 2008 ECAC Jostens Female Administrator of the Year in recognition of outstanding and meritorious service to the organization and also earned the 2015 ECAC President’s Award.
  • Served as a member of the NCAA Division III Management Council from 2009-13. Chair of Membership, Student Legislative Relief, Field Hockey and Lacrosse committees and the Worcester Consortium Directors of Athletics. Presently serving on the NCAA Division III Financial Aid Committee and the U.S. Coast Guard LeadHERShip Symposium Advisory Board.
  • Inducted into Oxford (Mass.) High School Hall of Fame in 2012 (field hockey and softball) and Nichols College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2015.
  • Has helped raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Massachusetts and Boys & Girls Club of Webster/Dudley, Massachusetts and more than $12,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society through Team in Training marathons. 

Terry Febrey. (Photo provided by SUNY Cortland).

Terry Febrey ’82

Rochester, New York

  • Terry Febrey earned two women’s soccer All-America honors and was the 1981-82 Broderick Award winner as the nation’s top player. She helped Cortland win the first-ever women’s soccer collegiate national title in 1980.
  • A native of Union Hill, she earned a bachelor’s degree in education from Cortland in 1982, a master’s degree in education from Ithaca College in 1989, and a CAS in educational administration from SUNY Brockport in 2002.
  • Three-year starting sweeper back for the women’s soccer team after transferring from Indiana University, where she played varsity basketball for two seasons and club soccer for one year.
  • Two-time team captain and National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) first team All-American in 1980 and 1981, and the first-ever recipient of the Broderick Award for women’s soccer during the 1981-82 school year as the women’s soccer National Player of the Year. Finished as runner-up for the Broderick Cup, which is given to the best female athlete each year among all Broderick Award winners.
  • Helped Cortland finish 15-3 and win the first-ever women’s soccer collegiate national title in 1980. Named the National Soccer Tournament Most Valuable Defensive Player and earned all-tournament honors as Cortland defeated Colorado State (3-0), Harvard (3-0) and UCLA (5-1) for the national crown. The Red Dragons also were Eastern Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (EAIAW) champs after a 5-2 win over Connecticut in the title game. Cortland allowed only 16 goals in 18 games during the season.
  • Three-time all-region selection, including the 1979 season in which Cortland finished 12-1-1 and shared the inaugural EAIAW title after tying Harvard in the title game, and the 1989 season in which the Red Dragons were 13-3-1 and won the first-ever New York State AIAW championship. Named to the NYSAIAW all-tournament team.
  • Won Whitney T. Corey Award for the 1981-82 school year as Cortland’s female student-athlete with the highest overall grade point average (3.925).
  • Member of the U.S. Select Women’s Soccer Team that competed in Europe in the summer of 1982 and an assistant coach at Cortland in the fall of 1982.
  • Taught and coached physical education and health, and coached numerous sports, at Wayne Central Schools, her alma mater, from 1985-98. First woman inducted into the Wayne Central Soccer Hall of Fame in 2015.
  • Assistant principal at Penfield High School from 2003 until her retirement in June 2019 after working 37 years in education. Helped raise graduation rate from 80 percent to 96 percent, and has served as Chair of District Health and Wellness Committee and Chair of building anti-bullying committee. 

Frank Ciliberto. (Photo provided by SUNY Cortland).

Frank Ciliberto ’83

Spencerport, New York

Frank Ciliberto was a two-time men’s soccer All-America defender who helped the Red Dragons reach the NCAA Division III “final four” as a senior and national quarterfinals as a junior.

  • A native of Rochester, he earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Cortland in 1983.
  • Three-year starting central defender from 1980-82 and a midfielder in 1979 for Cortland’s men’s soccer squads.
  • Two-time National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American, earning first team honors in 1982 and second team recognition in 1981. Team captain in both of those seasons. Two-time first team All-New York Region (1981 and 1982). SUNYAC Eastern Division Player of the Year in 1982 and also an All-SUNYAC selection in 1981.
  • Helped Cortland advance to the NCAA Division III semifinals in 1982 and the NCAA quarterfinals in 1981. The 1982 team finished 15-3 (then a school record for wins), allowed only eight goals during the season, and lost 1-0 in overtime to UNC Greensboro in the national semifinals in front of 1,600 fans at Holloway Field. The 1981 team went 14-1-3, allowed only 15 goals, and suffered its only loss of the year to Glassboro State, 1-0 in overtime, in the national quarterfinals.
  • Member of SUNYAC championship teams in 1979 and 1981. The 1979 Red Dragon squad finished with a 12-3-2 record, including a 2-0 win over Brockport in the league title game, and the 1981 team beat the University of Buffalo, 3-0, in the championship game.
  • Lone Division III player to compete in the prestigious Senior Bowl in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in January 1983.
  • Selected by the Tampa Bay Rowdies in the fourth round of the 1983 North American Soccer League collegiate draft. Captain of the United State Soccer League’s Rochester Flash in 1984.
  • Cortland’s Prof Holloway Award winner for athletics/academics after his senior season.
  • Has worked more than 30 years in various positions at Eastman Kodak. Synthetic organic chemist beginning in 1985 and promoted to technical support engineer in the Film Sensitizing division in 1992. Eventually promoted to a formulation engineer position responsible for overseeing the manufacturing of the Kodacolor line of camera films Gold 200, 400 and 800. Spent seven years as technical supervisor of the Formulation Group, was operations supervisor for four years, and is currently a senior product/formulation/quality engineer.
  • Member of Spencerport High School Soccer Wall of Fame and Athletic Hall of Fame.
  • Youth soccer coach for more than 35 years in the Rochester area, coaching players ranging from ages five through 19.

Tony Zawadzki. (Photo provided by SUNY Cortland).

Tony Zawadzki ’86

Melville, New York

Tony Zawadzki overcame physical handicaps early in his youth and shined as a linebacker for Cortland’s football team. A two-time All-American, he is the Red Dragons’ leader with 393 career tackles.

  • The Staten Island native earned a bachelor’s degree in geography from Cortland in 1986.
  • Four-year linebacker for Cortland’s football team after transferring from Wagner College.
  • Cortland’s career leader with 393 tackles, and his 136 tackles in 1984 are the second-highest seasonal total in school history.
  • Two-time Pizza Hut Division III All-American in 1984 and 1985. Team captain in both seasons. Recorded a team-high 136 tackles along with two fumble recoveries and a pass breakup in 1984 and registered a team-best 111 tackles along with two fumble recoveries and a pass breakup in 1985. Team Defensive MVP in his senior season.
  • Led Red Dragons with 113 tackles, including nine for losses, along with four pass breakups and an interception as a sophomore in 1983. As a freshman in the 1982 season, finished with 33 tackles, two pass breakups, a forced fumble and an interception.
  • After graduation received free agency tryouts with the New England Patriots, New Jersey Generals (USFL) and three Canadian Football teams.
  • Athletic accomplishments came despite being born with a physical handicap known as club foot (foot is so twisted that the sole can’t be placed on the ground). Limited to a wheelchair with casts on both legs as a youth, placed in leg straightening braces as he got older, and was finally free of all restraints by age 12.
  • Defensive coordinator and special teams coach for 14 seasons at St. Anthony’s High School on Long Island. Also served as a lacrosse coach at St. Anthony’s for six years and was a volunteer junior football coach for 22 years with the Police Athletic League.
  • Youth Football Board Member and Police Athletic League Member for 22 years in Kings Park and Smithtown, and a Long Island Travel Lacrosse coach for 16 years.
  • Inducted into the New Dorp High School Hall of Fame for football in 1995. NYC Touchdown Award (1980) and both a Daily News and Staten Island all-star.
  • Owner of three Mosquito Joe franchises spanning the North Shore of Long Island.
  • Owner, operator and founder of Xtreme Surf & Sport extreme sporting goods store in East Northport, N.Y., from 1998-2012 and Xtreme Lacrosse Company lacrosse sporting goods store in East Northport, N.Y., from 2002-09.

Stefan Mascoll. (Photo provided by SUNY Cortland).

Stefan Mascoll ’99

Haymarket, Virginia

Stefan Mascoll was a three-time national champion sprinter for the Red Dragons who earned a total of five All-America honors and nine SUNYAC titles in three seasons.

  • A native of Nanuet, he earned a bachelor’s degree in communication studies from Cortland in 1999, a master’s degree in education from Virginia State University in 2004, and his post graduate certification in education administration and supervision from George Mason University in 2009.
  • Three-time NCAA Division III champion sprinter. Won 100-meter dash title outdoors in 1997 (10.53 seconds) and 55-meter dash crown indoors in 1998 (6.27 seconds) and 1999 (NCAA Division III record 6.22 seconds that still ranks third).
  • Also earned All-America honors with a runner-up national finish in the 55-meter dash indoors (6.39 seconds) and 200-meter dash outdoors (21.2 seconds) in 1997. Did not compete at 1998 NCAA outdoor championships (injury). Qualified for 1999 NCAA outdoor nationals in 100-meter dash but did not complete race.
  • Named the Division III Men’s Track and Field Athlete of the Year and the New York Region Men’s Track and Field Athlete of the Year in 1998.
  • Four-time ECAC Division III champion (55-meter dash three times from 1997-99; indoor 200-meter dash in 1997).
  • Nine-time SUNYAC champion (55-meter dash three times from 1997-99; indoor 200-meter dash three times from 1997-99; 100-meter dash in 1997 and 1999; outdoor 200-meter dash in 1997).
  • Helped Cortland place in the top 20 nationally four times (three indoor, one outdoor) and win three SUNYAC team titles (two indoor, one outdoor), and was a three-time Cortland Red Letter Award winner for outdoor track and field.
  • Second place in 60-meter dash at 1999 Father Diamond Memorial at George Mason in 6.71 seconds (still a SUNYAC record) and qualified for USA Indoor National Championships.
  • Second place in 100-meter and 200-meter dashes at the 1998 Florida State Relays. Among those he defeated were future NFL players Laveranues Coles and Travis Minor of Florida State and 1997 Big East 55-meter champion sprinter Cory Ward of Syracuse.
  • Has worked for Fairfax County (Va.) Public Schools since 2002. Most recently has served as an assistant principal at Glasgow Middle School (2011-16) and as Coordinator of the Student Safety and Wellness Office (2016-present).
  • Led youth coalition alcohol and drug prevention efforts for the Fairfax County Youth Council from 2006-10 and mentored and tutored homeless youths for Homestretch, Inc., from 2007-09.
  • The Stefan Mascoll Award is given annually to a Cortland track and field graduating senior who best exemplifies the characteristics displayed by Stefan at Cortland: self-discipline, the pursuit of excellence, and achievement.