Archbishop John Carroll High School in Radnor announced the appointment of Kyle Detweiler as the school’s new head football coach. Since 2011, Detweiler served as assistant varsity football coach and defensive coordinator at Central Bucks High School South in Warrington.
“It is a tremendous honor to be named the head football coach at Archbishop Carroll,” Detweiler said. “I am extremely grateful to President Frank Fox and Athletic Director Tom Quintois for providing me with this opportunity.
“Just by stepping foot on campus, I could tell that this school was a great fit, and I am beyond excited to get underway with preparations for the 2018 season. I am really looking forward to connecting with all of our players and starting the process of building this program toward continued, long-term success.”
In his seven seasons at Central Bucks, the Titans were 48-27, qualifying for the District One 6A playoffs five times. In the 2018 season, Central Bucks South again had one of the top defenses in the Suburban One Continental Conference, allowing an average of 14 points per game.
“I’m grateful to Tom Quintois and the selection committee for choosing such an outstanding candidate in Kyle Detweiler,” said Francis E. Fox, Carroll president. “I believe Coach Detweiler is the perfect fit to lead our program and I know our young men and community are going to respond enthusiastically to his appointment and vision for the Archbishop John Carroll football program “
Detweiler is a graduate of Muhlenberg College in Allentown, receiving BA degrees in Business Administration and Media & Communications. He played football for four seasons and was a varsity letter winner for three seasons when he played on the offensive line. He earned an MBA from La Salle University.
“When you begin the process of hiring the head football coach, the importance of the position really hits you ,” said Thomas Quintois, Carroll athletic director. “Kyle’s ability to build positive relationships and connect with student-athletes stands out. He has a positive reputation for being poised, hardworking and innovative. I am truly excited to have one of the brightest football minds join the Carroll Family to take our football program to new heights.”
Detweiler replaces Dan Connor, who is now defensive coordinator at Widener University. He was introduced to players, their families and the Carroll community at an event Monday evening at the school.