In recognition of his decades of service to both Regis and the city’s Catholic high school athletic community, Mr. Kevin Cullen will be inducted into the New York Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) Hall of Fame in May. Mr. Cullen, who joined Regis in the fall of 1990, serves as Director of Athletics in addition to teaching physical education and coaching the varsity basketball team.
“I’m both honored and humbled to be going into the CHSAA Hall of Fame, a league that I’ve been a part of since I was 13 years old,” said Mr. Cullen. “I’m also excited to be joining Mr. Andre Anselme and Mr. John Donodeo as a Regis coach in the Hall of Fame.”
In 2001, Mr. Cullen began coaching the varsity basketball team, which has won six city championships, three state championships, and one federation championship under his leadership. He has also served as a CHSAA vice president.
During his 34-year tenure at Regis, Mr. Cullen has also spent time as the coach of the freshman basketball, JV soccer, JV baseball, and varsity volleyball teams.
“Kevin is a caring and tireless advocate for student-athletes, and he is committed to promoting the mission and values of Catholic Jesuit secondary education,” said President Christopher Devron, SJ.
Mr. Cullen will be formally inducted at the annual CHSAA banquet on May 9.