Bishop Shanahan Leads The Way in High School Athletic Performance

 |  31st Mar 2016  |  Filed under Basics of Training, Success Stories

Bishop Shanahan High School is relatively a new school in the area’s toughest athletic conference (Ches-Mont League). A private, Catholic co-educational secondary school of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Shanahan competes against several powerhouses from south eastern Pennsylvania. The Ches-Mont conference includes, Coatesville, Downingtown East and West, and West Chester Henderson and…

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Titus Sports DE Alumni (Fall 2015)

 |  25th Aug 2015  |  Filed under Success Stories

Gaining an hour of sleep over the weekend may have refreshed a few of us for a day or two. But, more importantly, daylight savings and the beginning of November  marks crunch time going into fall playoffs in college athletics. We have been fortunate over the years for athletes in the tri-state area to believe in our programming. These athletes all come from different backgrounds but have…

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Archmere Rugby Wins National Title

 |  3rd Jun 2015  |  Filed under Success Stories

Three years ago, not many students and faculty knew much about rugby at Archmere Academy, a small private school located in Claymont, Delaware.  The school decided to incorporate rugby as part of their athletic program in 2012.  Athletes who wanted to learn more about the sport were encouraged to go out for the team and try it out.  After two consecutive years of increased expectations, and…

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Unchartered Territory (Updated)

 |  22nd May 2014  |  Filed under Success Stories

Lacrosse is not a hobby in Southeastern Pennsylvania, it’s a way of life. Many of the nation’s elite lacrosse stars at the collegiate level have come from Philadelphia area high schools. Of those schools, one of the toughest and most competitive conference’s is the Chest-Mont. Several Division 1 bound athlete’s from each team is commonplace.

Bishop Shanahan is no different. The Eagles have a…

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