Alumnus Inducted Into MAC Hall of Fame
Former football and track & field athlete Cory Mabry ’91 is one of 36 inductees into the inaugural Mid-Atlantic Conference (MAC) Hall of Fame, announced this spring. Mabry was a two-time All-American and three-time All MAC player as a member of the Crusaders football squad. He holds the school record in career interceptions (26) and interception return yards (400). In 1988, he led the nation and tied the single-season school record with 10 interceptions. As a track & field athlete, he was a three-time MAC champion in the triple jump and qualified for the NCAA championships as both a junior and senior, earning All-America status as a junior. In addition to his success in the triple jump, Mabry also placed in the 110-meter hurdles and 400-meter relay at a MAC championship meet.
Mabry was inducted into Susquehanna’s Sports Hall of Fame in 2000.
The Hall of Fame is an initiative of MAC 100, a program celebrating the centennial anniversary of the conference. The Hall of Fame was established to recognize student-athletes, coaches, administration, faculty or staff from the MAC who demonstrated success in athletics, academics and in the community. This year’s 36 inductees represent 25 schools and 13 sports.
Contributing writers to the Scoreboard section are Katie Meier, director of athletics communications, and Ryan Novitsky, assistant director of athletics communications.