WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – After 10 years, Tim Philp has stepped down as head coach of the Archbishop Stepinac High School basketball team, the school has announced.
Philp goes out after being named the 2013 CHSAA “AA” coach of the year for the Crusaders best season in 27 years. They finished the 2012-13 season with an 18-6 record in their second season of playing in the CHSAA’s “AA” division. They also finished second in the New York Archdiocesan tournament and won the Slam Dunk Tournament in December.
“Stepinac extends its best wishes to Tim,” Paul Carty, principal of Stepinac, said in a statement. “The sports programs have had a tremendous amount of success because of his time, hard work and passion. He has left incredible memories for parents, players, alumni and staff.”
Philp, a 1995 Stepinac graduate, steps down to focus on his family life as he and his wife prepare for the birth of their second child this summer.
Before coming to Stepinac, Philp coached at Christ the King Elementary for eight years.
Click here to sign up for Daily Voice's free daily emails and news alerts.