C-Club Hall of Fame to Induct Seven Members

 C-Club Hall of Fame to Induct Seven Members

06/10/2014 

Seven new members will be inducted into the SUNY Cortland C-Club Hall of Fame during its 46th annual banquet and ceremonies on Saturday, Sept. 13, in the College's Corey Union.
 
The 2014 honorees are:
 
Ross Phelps '43, a former Cortland soccer and tennis captain and a long-time Montgomery County and Rensselaer/Columbia/Greene Counties BOCES director of guidance;

Jack Radzavicz '59, a three-sport letterwinner at Cortland and former football East-West All-Star Game participant who enjoyed a successful teaching and coaching career in the Cortland City School District;
 
Gary Wilson '68, the recently retired women's cross country and track and field coach at the University of Minnesota and former Red Dragon track and field and cross country runner;
 
Joan Neuendorf '83, a record-setting and 11-time All-America swimmer at Cortland who has taught and coached at Suffern High School since 1983;
 
David Cook '91, a two-time All-American at Cortland in both football and men's lacrosse and current director of athletics and boys' lacrosse coach at Maine-Endwell High School;
 
Kirstjan "Kiki" Seago '93, an All-America women's basketball player and one of Cortland's top career scorers and rebounders who currently teaches at Penn Yan Academy;
 
• and Nate Leaman '97, the current men's ice hockey coach at Providence College and a former Red Dragon player who ranks in the top 20 in school history in career assists and points
 
 
A detailed look at this year's inductees will be posted this summer.


More News

College to Mark 50 Years for Antlers, Hoxie Gorge

College to Mark 50 Years for Antlers, Hoxie Gorge

Celebrations are planned in July for Hoxie Gorge and August for Antlers.


Aerial Technology Helps Grad Map His Future

Aerial Technology Helps Grad Map His Future

Garrett Smith ’15 will start his own business using devices similar to drones to collect valuable data.


Students Give Out $10,000 to Charities

Students Give Out $10,000 to Charities

The political science class members became philanthropists for a semester.


Student Awarded Prestigious Gilman Scholarship

Student Awarded Prestigious Gilman Scholarship

Shanice Green will board a plane in June to realize her study abroad dream.


Corporate Challenge Registration Due Wednesday

Corporate Challenge Registration Due Wednesday

Registration must be completed online by noon on Wednesday, May 20.


Institute for Civic Engagement Appoints New Director

Institute for Civic Engagement Appoints New Director

Mary McGuire takes over for Richard Kendrick, who has retired.


Grad Students Raise Aphasia Awareness

Grad Students Raise Aphasia Awareness

Students share information about common, but debilitating, speech condition


Retired Admiral Named Vice President for Finance

Retired Admiral Named Vice President for Finance

David M. Duryea serves as College's chief financial officer.


Shutts to Direct Facilities Planning, Design and Construction

Shutts to Direct Facilities Planning, Design and Construction

Shutts was interim co-director for nearly a year.


Baseball and Women’s Lacrosse Chase NCAA Crowns

Baseball and Women’s Lacrosse Chase NCAA Crowns

Baseball heads to the Division III World Series and women’s lacrosse to the “final four.”


Explore

Visit

Contact