Take a look at some of our proud alumni and their successes!

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  • Ben Davis '95 | Philadelphia Phillies TV Broadcaster, Former MLB Player

    Ben is entering his third season as a broadcaster with the Philadelphia Phillies. He started his MLB career in 1995 and played for the San Diego Padres, Seattle Mariners, and Chicago White Sox until his retirement in 2011.
  • Edward J. Caterson '92 | Surgeon

    Dr. Caterson specializes in Plastic and Restorative Surgery and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the Boston area. He also travels overseas to perform cleft palate repair surgeries.
  • Francis Dunphy '66 | Head Basketball Coach, Temple University

    Coach Dunphy has coached at a number of colleges & universities before ending up at Temple. He is instrumental is orchestrating the Coaches vs. Cancer competition.
  • Mark Lindsay '95 | NBA Referee

    Mark Lindsay has been an NBA official for 11 years. He has officiated 640 regular season games and four playoff games. Mark previously officiated in a number of college conferences.
  • Matt Taylor '82 | Chairman and CEO, Duane Morris

    Matt practices in the area of commercial litigation, in state and federal courts across the US. He is an active trial lawyer who deals with banking and securities law, commercial real estate, computer software/hardware, and product liability.
  • Matthew Forman '07 | Assistant General Manager of Cleveland Indians

    Prior to his current role, Matt was the Director of Baseball Operations for the Indians. Before that, Matt was a Freelance Contributor/Editorial Intern with Baseball America.
  • Paul Tozour '90 | Founder of Mothership Entertainment

    Paul is a 24-year video game industry veteran and founder of Mothership Entertainment in Texas. He worked on two of the three titles in the Metroid Prime series, and is currently at the top of his field in video game design.
  • Thomas McGuire '75 | Social Studies Teacher, Author, Historian

    Tom is nationally recognized as the premier scholar on Philadelphia-area Revolutionary War battles. He has published three books, and continues to teach social studies at Malvern Prep.