Berks Catholic Announces Hiring of New Football Head Coach
Berks Catholic High School is pleased to announce that Mr. Dave Stahler (HN ‘98) has been hired as the new head varsity football coach.
Mr. Stahler is a graduate of the former Holy Name High School (now Berks Catholic High School) where he played football, basketball, and baseball. Following high school, he graduated in 2004 from Kutztown University earning a B.S. in Secondary Education Math and Physics. He completed his Master’s Degree in 2010 from Kutztown in Math Education.
Coach Stahler returned to Holy Name first as a football coach in 2001. He began teaching at Holy Name in 2007 as a math teacher and, subsequently, as a science teacher. In addition to teaching, he also serves as Science Department Chairperson. In 2012, Coach Stahler was elevated to Associate Head Coach, and in 2014, he began serving as the Offensive Coordinator of the football program.
Coach Stahler is confident and excited to take over a program that has meant so much to him over the years as a former player, coach, and, most recently, Associate Head Coach. Stahler shared, “I am excited to be a part of this great football program. I feel truly blessed to get to work with such great young men. I am a Saint to the core, and I look forward to working with outstanding coaches and a supportive administration.”
Athletic Director Bill Hess shared, “We are excited for Coach Stahler to begin as Head Coach. He is an organized, passionate, and dedicated teacher, coach, and mentor. We look forward to many years of success under his leadership.” The Berks Catholic community wishes Coach Stahler the best as he begins his tenure as Head Coach.
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