DuBrieul and Boozer to Receive Service Award
Presenting the innaugural NYSCTC Service Award is John Izzo, Head Men's Track and Field Coach at the University of Rochester and President of the NYSCTC.
Please join us in honoring two gentleman who were instrumental in the development of the New York State Collegiate Track Conference. The N.Y.S.C.T.C. is one of the oldest Division III track and field conferences in the United States... Beginning in 1951. It is the only conference run entirely by its member coaches. Initiailly, a mens only conference, the group joined forces with the women's associtation in 1994. There are currently 16 member schools.
Our first service winner is Clifford DuBrieul from Alfred University. Cliff began coaching in 1952 at Unionville, Indiana. He spent two years in the Airborne Rangers before coaching at the University of Rochester from 1957 to 1959. Cliff moved to Alfred University in 1959 and coached there for 36 years. He is currently an assistant at Alfred State. Please give a round of applause to honor Clifford DuBrieul.
Our second service award honoree is Robert Boozer of Brockport, New York. Bob was the Head Football Coach at SUNY Brockport from 1947 to 1959. In 1950, he began coaching track and field as an assistant in charge of field events. He later became the Head Coach and continued in that position until 1970. This field (Brockport), is named in his honor. Bob was President of the Association for many years and we are greatful for his dedication. Please give a round of applause to honor Robert Boozer.
Congratulations to Clifford and Robert!