Joan Schockow

THEN: Starting freshman goalie. 1980 Women’s National Soccer Tournament All Star Player. NSCAA Women’s All- America Honorable Mention Team. Schockow would go on to become the nation’s first four-time women’s soccer All-American.

NOW: From 1986-1991 Joan was an Elementary Physical Educator, as well as Spencerport High School’s assistant Soccer Coach from ’86-’88.

From 1988-2015, Joan was the Head Women’s Soccer Coach at the College at Brockport. During her 28 year tenure she was Coach of the Year five times, had 25 consecutive winning seasons, won 2 ECAC Championships, 1 SUNYAC Championship and 1 NYSWCAA Championship. She retires from coaching as the all-time winningest soccer coach at Brockport for both men and women with an overall record of 298-180-41. She also retired in the Top 50 most winningest women soccer coaches in the country for all divisions, and in the Top 25 for Division III programs.

Joan is still a full-time faculty member within the Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education department at the College at Brockport with her primary responsibility being Coordinator of the Coaching Minor.

Best Soccer Memory: “Beating UNC in the University of Central Florida’s Tournament by a score of 2-1! That same tournament, I received Most Valuable Defender of the tourney and my high school teammate (from UC Florida) received Most Valuable Offensive Player!”

Learn more about Joan Schockow here.

Watch Joan’s C-Club Hall of Fame interview (2010), below.

Position Goalie
Height 5'5"
Grade Freshman
Hometown Spencerport, NY
High School Spencerport
Season Fall 1980