Tom Young

Inducted Oct. 24, 1997

Young coached basketball for nine years at Catholic during which time his teams compiled an impressive record. He was the second-winningest coach in CUA history at the time of his retirement with 134 victories. In 1964, Young coached the Cardinals to their second NCAA Tournament appearance.

He is most remembered for the team's upset victories over Georgetown on their home court and St. Joseph's University at the Palestra in Philadelphia. Young, who also coached at American, Rutgers, and Old Dominion, has 524 career wins.

Participation

  • Basketball coach 1958-67
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