Archbishop Curley has announced the hiring of new head coaches, for their wrestling and basketball programs. Drew Haugh, who retired in 2015 after 17 years as head coach at Boys’ Latin, will now lead the Friars’ wrestling program and Phil Hahn, most recently an assistant coach at Perry Hall High School, has been selected to lead Curley’s basketball program, the school announced on Friday.

Haugh brings over 30 years of wrestling experience to Curley.  He served as the head varsity wrestling coach at BL, his alma mater, for 17 years before stepping down after the 2014-15 season.  His Laker squads amassed 192 wins during his tenure as head coach.  Haugh earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Salisbury University.

Hahn, a 2007 graduate of Towson University who also holds a master’s degree in secondary education from UMBC, helped lead Perry Hall to the 4A regional championship this past winter.  Hahn previously was a member of the coaching staff at Baltimore City College High School from 2006-2011.  In this time the Knights won two 2A state championships.

“We are excited to have Drew Haugh and Phil Hahn join our athletic staff and feel they possess the skills to elevate their respective programs to the next level,” said Matt Hatton, Curley’s Athletic Director.  The Friars compete in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) “A” Conference in wrestling and “B” Conference in basketball.