Lisa Langworthy

THEN:  “Gives it her all whether playing the forward line or her new position as goalie.” Possessed a great passion for the game of soccer and was blessed to be part of a group of mutually passionate soccer players.  Also enjoyed writing for the Cortland College paper under the pen name “Izod Twain”.

NOW:  Serving as a Vice Principal for South Jefferson Central School in Adams, NY.  Blessed to be the parent of three beautiful children who all grew up playing the game of soccer…. with Mom as their first coach.  Very appreciative of the continued and renewed connection with teammates from those Cortland Glory Days!!!

Employment History: Taught Physical Education and Health for 12 years. Coached high school and youth sports including soccer for many years.  Serves in school administration at various schools in Northern New York for last 20 years and as an adjunct professor for SUNY Oswego Educational Administration Department.

Soccer Memory: Having a wise and wonderful coach who; understood group dynamics and developed a first class soccer team; taught lessons on how to be a team player, taught us how to set goals (individual and team) and how to work toward those goals, and showed us how to win graciously.  Other memories of note: “Uugli,” “On The Road Again,” defeating the UCLA surfer girls in the snow and how Harvard suffered from “jet lag;” Some fond memories shouldn’t be in print.

Position Forward
Height 5'2"
Grade Junior
Hometown Adams, NY
High School Belleville
Season Fall 1980