Sis Mazzamurro, one of the few four-sport athletes in Clark history, returns for her seventh season as an assistant coach in 2017-18.
On the hardwood, Mazzamurro helped the women’s basketball squad advance to back-to-back NCAA Tournament Final Fours in 1982 and 1983.
In her four-year tenure, Mazzamurro helped Clark earn an overall 75-38 mark. Individually, she closed her career with the school record for game assists (15), a mark that still stands today.
In addition to basketball, she played field hockey, basketball, and softball while also competing on the club soccer team.
A four-year field hockey goalkeeper, Mazzamurro led the Clark team to the 1982 MAIAW State Championship and she was selected to the Northeast regional field hockey squad.
In the spring, she headed back outdoors as a three-year member of Clark’s softball team.
At the close of her career, Mazzamurro received the Athletic Department’s M. Hazel Hughes Award, given annually to the senior female student-athlete who has made a significant contribution to the athletic program and whose dedication and performance have enriched the tradition of Clark Athletics.
After graduating from Clark, Mazzamurro went to New York Chiropractic College, graduating in 1989 with academic honors. Since then she has owned a private practice in Westborough, Mass.
She resides in Westborough with her daughter, Rachael.