In his first season at the helm, Maczko led the Mavericks to five times more wins than the season and nearly guided Mercy to their second ECC Tournament appearance in three years. I am looking forward to get to work, to talk with the student-athletes and to meet the community. Mercy is a terrific college, in an excellent conference, and located in a beautiful area with great basketball talent. Maczko brings a wealth of experience to the Mercy sidelines, having coached at various levels since after an impressive playing career. Maczko assisted the head coach in all aspects of the program, including recruiting, scheduling, scouting, player development, academic progress, travel arrangements and practice plans. While at Georgia Tech, Maczko assisted the coaching staff in the breakdown of film for team and opponents, the preparation of scouting reports and for working out student-athletes in the offseason.
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Led by all-conference performers John Revels, Kevin Fouse and Amos Willingham, the Kansans, as they were known then, posted a record en route to a second-place finish in the conference, a region championship and a 16th place national finish. The Kansans opened the season winning four straight while capturing the first place at the Sunflower Classic. After the start, JCCC then dropped four of their next five, to fall to However, the Kansans rebounded, winning nine of their next 11, including six straight, and carried that momentum into the sub-regional and region playoffs. In the playoffs, the Kansans had an easy time against their opponents, with the exception of Colby Community College. As with the sub-regional round, the Kansans opened with a relatively easy 19 point victory over Allen County Community College, and followed with a 21 point drubbing of Hutchinson Community College, setting up a rematch with Colby.
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At each stop, Maczko has taken ailing basketball programs and transformed them into championship-caliber programs on and off the court. They have shown their conference strength with at least 10 conference wins each of the last 7 years. His post-season record with the Panthers is an amazing with 5 different post-season Championships. The rebuild took hold during the season when the Panthers went over the second half of the season and made their run to the Maryland JUCO Championship with first and second round wins over the College of Southern Maryland and Cecil College Maczko then took the Panthers to the national tournament with victories over the College of Southern Maryland and Beaver County before falling to Cecil College in the regional championship game. From there, the Panthers moved to the national championships in Danville, IL. An opening victory over Erie CC in the Sweet 16 was bittersweet as the Panthers suffered key injuries to two starters that was significant in their loss to the College of Rhode Island in the Elite 8. Maczko and the Panthers used that experience as a stepping stone as they proceeded to win back-to-back Region 20 Championships the following 2 seasons with a win over Hagerstown in and over Harford in