Trevor Morris '15, one of the most productive defensive players in Rutgers history, will participate in local Pro Days for both the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants during the pre-draft process. Best of luck, Trevor! Read more.
Valley Presbyterian Hospital, in Van Nuys, California, recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for their newly restructured emergency department. Malvern alumnus and son of Economics teacher John Ostick, Dr. Brian Ostick '99 is the director of emergency services at the hospital. Congratulations to Brian and Valley Presbyterian on their remodeled department! Read more.
On Thursday, March 14, 32 students and three chaperones from St. Rita's High School, an Augustinian school in Chicago, IL stopped by Malvern Prep for a visit. The trip was arranged by Malvern alumnus Andrew DiMarco '09.
Congratulations to Nick Harris '22 who was named to USA Diving's 2019 Tier Three Squad. Harris is one of 42 divers on the squad. These divers exhibit the potential, skill, and determination to become future U.S. Olympic Team members. View the full list.
It was a music-filled afternoon in the Duffy Arts Center on Thursday, March 14. The University of Notre Dame Undertones, a twelve man a cappella group, stopped by campus during their Spring Break tour to visit with our choral students.
Phil Gosselin '07 is in the midst of spring training with the Philadelphia Phillies as he strives for a spot on the team that ignited his love of baseball. "In a roundabout way, the Phillies are the reason I'm here," he said in the team's clubhouse Tuesday morning. "They're the reason I fell in love with baseball." Best of luck to Phil! Read more.
Students and chaperones from Project Beisbol in Colombia stopped by Malvern Prep this week for a visit. The visit was arranged by Justin Halladay '95, founder of Project Beisbol, and Teresa Lohse, Malvern's Global Exchange Director, and was the follow-up to an exchange last year where a group of Malvern students traveled to Colombia.
It was a Friars reunion at the recent Richmond Spiders versus Fighting Irish of Notre Dame. Drew Schantz ’15, Ray Baran ’17, Mike Fay ’17, Dalton Pascale ’18, and Quinn McCahon ’18 catch up for a photo after Richmond's win over ND 9-8.
The 6-foot sophomore guard, a first team All-Inter-Ac selection this season, averaged 16 ppg, 5 apg and 4 rpg for the Friars. In the PAISAA tournament, he averaged 23 points, four assists and six rebounds per game as the Friars advanced to the quarterfinals. Read more from Main Line Media News.
A little bit of winter weather couldn't stop the Malvern community from coming together to save lives at the annual Red Cross Blood Drive. In total, Malvern Prep donated 40 usable pints of blood, which means that up to 120 local lives may have been saved!
For Dan McGlinn '14, this is no fad workout craze or newly discovered pastime. Not when he's been playing since sixth grade and is now working his first job out of college. McGlinn, along with David Trok and Ed Novak, is working to launch a masters-level water polo club in Lancaster County. Read the full article.
On Friday, February 8, Malvern’s Engineering class had the opportunity to tour the construction site for The St. Augustine Center for Social Impact as a way to bring the topics they are learning about in class to life.
Congratulations to Mary Fran Frankenheimer P'21, Assistant Athletic Director, for her recent feature in The Philadelphia Inquirer! Frankenheimer works with both the lacrosse and footballs teams on a consistent basis to provide cardiovascular and strength training exercises for the players. Read the full article.
The Speech & Debate team of juniors Kyle Faggioli, Charlie Fish, and Pat Murphy are headed to the States Tournament in mid-March at Bloomsburg University. The team finished 3-0 in the District Tournament on Wednesday, February 13.
Congratulations to juniors Tommy Bevevino, Charlie Fish, and Pat Murphy on the first-place finish at the Rustin Debate Tournament on Thursday, January 31. The team also had a perfect 3-0 record during the tournament.
Deuce Turner '20 and Rahdir Hicks '21 were both honored during the Hoop Group Showcase Tournament on Sunday, January 24. Turner was named MVP and Hicks was named to the 1st Team. The Friars beat Parkland 81-67. Congratulations!
Mr. Patrick Sillup, Assistant Head of School for Academics, was recently quoted in The Inquirer's article about J-Term - "J-Term courses on dogs, card tricks, murals, and more give students a break from studying, tests, stress." He says, "the January program is a breath of fresh air midyear - the little jolt you need to get energized for school again after the long December break." Read the full article.
With 346 points, Malvern Prep racked up its highest point total in the 83-year history of the National Catholic Swimming and Diving Championships, bringing home the title at Loyola University in Maryland. Read more.
On Thursday, January 10, 2019, Keith Maguire '19 was named the Maxwell Football Club Pennsylvania Player of the Year. Maguire was one of 63 finalists who were in the running for the award. Read more from www.easternpafootball.com.
Malvern Prep's second J-Term (January Term) took place January 7-11, 2019. Students returned from Christmas break and had the opportunity to experience a variety of J-Term courses including Crime Scene Investigation, Photography, Comics, Mosaics, Stage Design, Knitting, Cooking, and even a course on What Every Young Man Should Know. The purpose of J-Term was to provide students with experiences beyond traditional disciplines. It was also an opportunity to look at co-teaching and how it impacts the overall learning experience for students.
On Saturday, January 5, alumni gathered on campus in support of the Jimmy Klinges '13 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament. The event raised $660 for the James Klinges (JRK) Foundation and a $10,000 donation was made to CHOP from the foundation in support of pediatric leukemia programs.
Six Friars were recently named to the Class 5A Coach's Select All-State Team. Seniors Keith Maguire, Tygee Leach, and Sebastian Costantini and junior Caiman Hayes were named to First Team Defense. Senior Jake Hornibrook was named to Second Team Offense, and senior Nick Gueriera was named to Second Team Defense. See the full list.
On Friday, January 4, Fr. Donald Reilly, O.S.A, Fr. Jim Flynn, O.S.A., Mr. Dave Gueriera, Head Football Coach, and the football team gathered to send a message to Nick Foles and the Eagles ahead of Sunday's matchup. Watch the full video.
The Friars, who finished second last year at 8-2 and 18-8 overall, are looking strong this season. First-time junior guard Deuce Turner is the school's fifth highest scorer. Turner is joined by sophomore Rahdir Hicks, junior Spencer Cochran, sophomore Fran Oschell, and multi-sport standout senior Tygee Leach in the starting lineup. Sophomore Brock Dudek, junior Keith Carra, sophomore Cooper Frankenheimer, and senior Blaise Bekkedam lead the reserves. Read more from phillysportsdigest.com.
Malvern Preparatory School is an Augustinian School, Catholic and Independent for boys in grades 6 through 12, located in the Greater Philadelphia suburb of Malvern, Pa. We are committed to the Augustinian values of Veritas, Unitas, and Caritas, meaning Truth, Unity, and Love.