Fox, who played at La Salle University and coached Father Judge for parts of 29 years from 1975 to 2006, passed away late Sunday night at the age of 70 after a year-plus battle with ALS.
06/03/2021, 10:30am EDT. By Josh Verlin. Chris Roantree (above) was named Father Judge's newest boys basketball coach Thursday morning. (Photo: Josh Verlin/CoBL) Josh Verlin ( @jmverlin) ––. When Chris Roantree first heard from John Mosco about joining the Archbishop Wood coaching staff, he didn’t think he was good enough. “I was like ‘I’m not going’ at that point, I didn’t have enough experience,” Roantree said.
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Sean Tait will forever be a Judge guy. On Monday, he was told he’s no longer Judge’s guy. Tait, who coached the Father Judge High School basketball team for the last 12 seasons, was told he will not be returning for a 13th campaign. He leaves Judge with a 61-97 record in the always-tough Catholic League, 132-133 record overall.
Saddened to learn of the passing this morning of Bill Fox, Father Judge’s legendary head basketball coach. 545 wins, three PCL title, 26 playoff appearances in 29 years. A shining example of one man having an major impact on the lives of thousands of young men- including me. Through a social media announcement, DeadDeath learned on July 19, 2021, about the death of Bill Fox who has died.
90-52 (L) Father Judge @ Neumann-Goretti. On 3/7, the Father Judge varsity basketball team lost their away conference game against Neumann-Goretti (Philadelphia, PA) by a score of 90-52. Father Judge 52. Neumann-Goretti 90. Final. Box Score. Mar 7, 2021 @ 2:30pm.
2018-19. Head Coach: Sean Tait. League: Philadelphia Catholic. Division: Division AAAAAA. Overall Record: 10-14. League Record: 5-12. DMA Rank: 90. National Rank: 3850. State Rank: 125.
The man who defined Father Judge’s basketball program from 1975 to 2005 with two sabbatical years in between along with three PCL champions and a 545-269 record died on Sunday night – his two year battle with ALS done with the grace and dignity that you have expected from the man all along.