Head Coach: Bob Castell
Coach Castell joined The Haverford School in 1992, coaching varsity football for 12 years and Middle School wrestling for 13 years. He is currently head varsity baseball coach and Lower School Physical Education teacher.
Since taking over the varsity baseball program, Castell's teams have captured Inter-Ac championships in 2000 and 2010. In 2011, the team won the PAISAA state title for the first time in program history, and also won titles in 2013 and 2016, accumulating more than 400 victories during his time as head coach.
Castell graduated from Haverford High School in 1980. During his years at Haverford High, he played and excelled in three sports and was named captain of all three teams in his senior year. Coached by Hal Bauer in football, Castell received the Maxwell Club "Player of the Week" Honors in 1979. In wrestling, he was the 145 lb. Sectional Champion in 1980 under coach Jim Jones. As a three-year starter on the baseball team, Castell received the Bucky Bower Award in 1980.
He continued to play baseball for West Chester University from 1980-1984 (captain and team MVP in 1984). As a four-year starter at third base and short stop, he played for legendary baseball coach Dr. Neil Serpico. West Chester was the PSAC Champion and a Division II regional qualifier in 1983.
After college, he continued to play baseball in the West Chester Adult League and Delco League. In 1990, he was the League MVP for the West Chester Adult League, and in 1992 he was the League MVP for Delco League. His teams also captured several league championships during his time as a player.
Castell has coached at Haverford High School, Radnor High School, and Villanova University. In November of 2009, he was honored by induction into Haverford High School's Sports Hall of Fame.