On Saturday, October 26, Archbishop Carroll High School in Radnor (Delaware County) will induct eleven new members into the Carroll Hall of Fame.
The honorees are:
1969 Boys Cross Country Team
Only two years after Archbishop John Carroll High School opened its doors, the 1969 boys’ Cross Country team won the Philadelphia Catholic League Southern Division Championship. This was the first championship won at the varsity level by any team representing Archbishop Carroll Boys High School. Led by third year head coach Steve French, the team had two All-Catholics, Larry Horwitz and Paul Keogh.
1974 Girls Basketball Team
The 1974 girls Basketball team completed the school’s first undefeated basketball season (20-0), topped off by winning the Philadelphia Catholic League Championship over Archbishop Ryan. Carroll was led behind Captain Barbara O’Rourke, Southern Division Most Valuable Player Mary Sue Garrity, and starters Chrissy McGoldrick, Terry Cassidy and Kathy Langley.
Dorothy M. Arimond, Esq. 78
Carroll graduate Dorothy (“Dottie”) M. Arimond is a Philadelphia lawyer, executive, and community leader. Dottie was a dedicated and involved student and now an Archbishop Carroll, Marquette University, and Temple University School of Law alumna. She is currently Assistant Vice President Manager at Brandywine Group of Insurance and Reinsurance Companies, a division of Chubb.
Dan Bielli has held several roles over his 45-year career at Carroll. As head football coach, he led Carroll to three consecutive PCL Championships, is a three-time PCL Coach of the year and holds the winningest football coach tenure in Carroll history.
Bishop Joseph Coffey ’78
Bishop Joe Coffey was ordained in 1996 and while still in the seminary entered the U.S. Navy Chaplain Candidate Program. Following ordination, Bishop Coffey was assigned as an Associate Pastor to St. Katherine of Siena parish. He began his service as a Military Chaplain in the U.S. Navy in 2001 and in March 2019, was ordained as an auxiliary bishop for the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA.
Sr. Marianna Fieo, SSJ
Sr. Marianna Fieo, SSJ has devoted her life to Catholic education and to the students at Archbishop Carroll. During her teaching career at Carroll, Sr. Marianna has been the moderator of the yearbook, newspaper, and literary magazine and is still the moderator of the online Carroll Times. Sister retired from teaching in 2015 and moved into her current role as a Guidance Counselor and advisor to international students and scholarship students.
Jane Morro Mullany ’76 & Hank Mullany ’76
Carroll couple Jane & Hank Mullany have been dedicated supporters of Archbishop Carroll since they graduated in 1976.Hank is a member of the Archbishop Carroll Board of Directors and Jane serves as board consultant and a member of the Carroll Development Committee. Jane & Hank were Co-Chairs of the50th Anniversary events weekend in April 2018 and played an important role in advising Carroll’s leadership team through our recent strategic planning process.
The late Anthony Mullen ’74
Tony was a very involved student and a great athlete at Carroll. He started his own business in the senior housing and health care industry and during his 34-year career he became one the foremost experts in his field. Tony was committed to Catholic education and helping people grow closer to the Lord through the Blessed Mother. He founded the Children of the Father Foundation and spent much of his time spreading the message of The Flame of Love.
Ann Troyan ’79
Ann was a standout basketball player at Carroll and at Penn State University. She taught at St. Katherine of Siena and became the head girls’ basketball coach at Carroll leading her team to a Southern Division Title in 1987. Ann then became the first graduate assistant of the women’s basketball program at Penn State, moving later into the role of Associate Head Coach for over 20 years.
Bill Zwaan ‘72
Bill led Carroll to our first football City Championship in 1971. He went on to play at the University of Delaware and started his coaching career after graduation. Since 2003, Bill has been the Head Football Coach at West Chester University and his accomplishments are numerous. He has mentored and counseled countless football players over the years, offering support and advice as they struggled with family, financial, academic and health issues.
For more information, visit www.jcarroll.org/hof