The Cathedral Prep Athletic Department announced on Tuesday that Mark Majewski is retiring from the basketball program. The school released this announcement:
After 11 seasons as the head varsity basketball coach at Cathedral Prep, Mark Majewski has decided to retire. He had a career record of 177-105, good for a .628 winning percentage. His 177 career wins ranks third on the school’s all-time list, trailing only Bill Flaherty and Marcel Arribi. On two different occasions, Majewski led the Ramblers to the Final Four in Pennsylvania, those coming in 2012 and 2015. He also won five Region and six District 10 championships. Three times his Prep teams won more than 20 games in a season.
“After much thought and reflection, I believe the time is right for me to close this chapter of my life,” Majewski said. “I want to spend more time with my family and take time to enjoy watching my daughter Rachel play basketball at Villa and my son Mark play golf at Gannon.”
“I have thoroughly enjoyed my coaching experience at Prep,” Majewski added. “I always worked hard to maintain and continue the rich tradition of Prep basketball and have enjoyed my time here.”
“Mark has worked tirelessly with this basketball program and given the school and players his very best ever day,” said Prep Director of Athletics Bill Flanagan. “We are thankful for his dedication and commitment and very appreciative of his tremendous accomplishments.”
Cathedral Prep will be accepting applications for the head basketball position through April 14th. Those interested should email Bill Flanagan at firstname.lastname@example.org