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Syracuse, NY – Bob Beretta, Le Moyne College Director of Athletics and Recreation, Officially Appointed Zawislan Year head coach of the Dolphins women’s soccer program Wednesday afternoon.
Zawislan (pronounced ZAV-is-lon) led Le Moyne to a 5-8-3 record as interim head coach through the 2022 season, taking control of the program just three days before the start of the season. The Dolphins, who posted a 2-1-1 record against the top four teams in the final Northeast 10 Conference standings, narrowly missed qualifying for their first NE10 postseason tournament since 2016, falling short on the final day of the regular season. Le Moyne recorded a total of just three wins in the previous two years combined.
“I couldn’t be more excited that Zawislan Year he has agreed to lead our program going forward,” Beretta said. “He stepped into the interim head coaching duties under incredibly challenging circumstances days before the start of preseason camp and immediately injected a championship mentality into our program. Our players competed tirelessly and made great strides throughout the season.
“Jaro is a tireless worker, meticulous in his preparation and an ardent student of the game. He is a consummate professional and shares our high expectations for the women’s soccer program at Le Moyne. He has excelled at the highest levels of the sport, he knows how to build a championship-winning program and brings a wealth of experience and passion to her role. The future of Le Moyne’s women’s soccer program is extremely bright with Jaro at the helm.”
A master of quick turnaround, Zawislan served as Cornell men’s soccer head coach for seven years, leading the program to four consecutive winning seasons from 2011 to 2014, two seasons with at least 10 wins and an Ivy League championship. League in 2012.
The Poland native led the Cornell men’s team to an overall record of 55-41-23 during his seven years at the helm of the Big Red, posting an impressive .559 winning percentage, this after inheriting a program that compiled a record from 1-15 the year before it arrived.
“I want to thank President Linda LeMura and Athletics Director Bob Beretta for extending the opportunity to lead Le Moyne College’s women’s soccer program and I look forward to continuing relationships in the Athletics Department and across campus to further the development of the program,” Zawislan said. .
“Participating in team development this season has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my coaching career. It was inspiring to watch each athlete commit to diligent and effective, yet difficult, preparation even when challenged by adversity. start of preseason While success can be measured by a myriad of metrics, this season’s athletes not only intrinsically demonstrated their value and character to each other, but also to the community by competing and defeating nationally ranked competition “In a passionate show of fitness and athletic maturity. We move into the next phase of preparation for the show, buoyed by the success of this season and the untapped potential of the next.”
Zawislan guided Cornell to a 6-6-5 record in his first year leading the team in 2009. That season marked an impressive improvement over the 2008 campaign in which Big Red went 1-15. In 2009, Cornell also tied for sixth in the Ivy League standings at 1-3-3 in the league, an improvement over the 0-7 mark and eighth-place showing the season before he arrived.
But Cornell’s growth under Zawislan was evident in more than just the team’s overall record. Cornell scored 20 goals in 2009, more than double the offensive output of 2008, and allowed 23 goals, well below the 43 goals conceded before his arrival.
In 2010, the Big Red posted a 4-8-5 mark on the season, battling a series of injuries to key players throughout the campaign. And although the Big Red scored 13 goals during the season, the defense continued to improve, allowing only 16 goals in 17 games, a drop of six goals from the previous year.
The following year, Cornell finished over .500 (8-2-6) for the first time since 2001 and came within a goal of claiming a share of the Ivy League title for the first time since 1995. The Big Red’s offense He scored almost twice. as many goals as the previous year in 2010, while Cornell ranked in the national Top 25 for the first time since 2001 and two players earned All-Ivy League first-team honors at the end of the season.
During the 2012 campaign, Cornell posted an impressive 15-2 overall record, claiming the Ivy League championship for the first time since 1977 and earning a berth in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1996. Zawislan also oversaw the Player from Daniel Haber’s Ivy League. Year in which Haber led the country in goals per game and points per game in 2012 to become the first Ivy League Player of the Year in program history. Part of Zawislan’s first recruiting class, Haber also became a first-team All-American.
The Big Red saw four of its players earn First Team All-Ivy recognition and hosted an NCAA Tournament game for the first time since the 1980s, playing against close rival Syracuse. The Zawislan team was ranked number 10 nationally for the year. Additionally, goaltender Rick Pflasterer joined the Syracuse Silver Knights of the Major Indoor Soccer League at the end of the season.
Cornell compiled an 8-5-4 record under Zawislan in 2013. For the second year in a row, a Cornell student-athlete was named Ivy League Player of the Year, while senior defender and captain Patrick Slogic earned the honor. .
The Big Red put up stellar defense once again in 2014, allowing only 11 goals on the season, tying the show record and earning a show record 11 shutouts. Collectively, Cornell’s Class of 2015 recorded the second-most wins (41) of any senior class in program history.
With the team’s only senior sidelined for the season with injury, a young Cornell team struggled to a 4-12-1 season in 2015, finishing sixth in the Ivy League at 2-5. Earlier in the season, the Big Red won the CU Inaria Cup for the fourth time in five years with a dramatic overtime victory over the Air Force. Although the young team struggled to find the back of the net, the team’s defense helped keep all games close, never conceding more than two goals in a game and only allowing one or fewer on nine occasions.
Before being named the 11th head coach in Cornell history, Zawislan served as an assistant coach at Syracuse, Stanford and Creighton. Zawislan’s tenure at Syracuse was marked by his work attracting one of the top 40 recruiting classes in the nation in 2003, according to collegesoccernews.com. A former goalkeeper standout, Zawislan also helped coach the Orange goalkeepers to several of the best season performances in the show’s history.
Before coming to Syracuse, Zawislan coached at Stanford, serving as assistant coach for the men’s and women’s programs and goalkeeping coach for both teams. He helped the Stanford men’s team to the College Cup Final Four in 2001 along with their first Pacific-10 championship and the best record in program history at 19-2-1.
Zawislan began his coaching career with a two-year stint at Creighton, helping the Bluejays to a 2000 second-place finish in the nation and a Missouri Valley Conference championship. He led Creighton goaltenders to a school-record 22 wins that season, a year after leading Creighton goaltenders to the best goals-against average in the nation in his first year with the Bluejays in 1999.
A stalwart between the Clemson pipes during his college playing career, Zawislan started every game during his four-year career (1990-93). He was selected three times in the All-Atlantic Coast Conference and four times in the All-South region, as well as being named the 1993 ACC Tournament MVP. He set school records for career saves (446), saves in one single season (134), career wins by a goalkeeper (58) and career starts (88). He was also a two-time national All-Academic honoree.
After graduation, Zawislan played professionally in the United States and Poland before beginning his college coaching career at Creighton. He also coached the Nebraska Olympic Development Program (ODP) under-23 open team and the Nebraska State ODP goaltenders. His career also includes a stint as player-coach with the Columbia Heat of the United States Interregional Soccer League (USISL).
Zawislan received a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Clemson and also earned a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Toronto in 1999. He added a master’s degree in Liberal Studies from Creighton in 2001.
In addition, Zawislan holds a USSF “B” license, the National Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), and a Diploma from the NSCAA Goalkeeping Academy.
Throughout his stellar career on the court, Zawislan has been a part of eight NCAA Tournament teams as a player or coach, including two Final Four appearances with Creighton and Stanford.
Zawislan will continue as president and technical director of Syracuse FC, a minor league soccer organization with teams that compete in the National Premier Soccer League and the United Premier Soccer League. In addition, Syracuse FC has a U-21 women’s team and a Youth Soccer Academy.
Zawislan year by year
Cornell (male head coach)
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Le Moyne (women’s head coach)
Year General record Percentage NE10 Record NE10 Completion
2022 5-8-3 .406 3-7-2 T11
General training record