“Bob” Conlin Athletics Endowment

Robert M. “Bob” Conlin
Athletics Endowment
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The Robert M. “Bob” Conlin Athletics
Endowment honoring Bob Conlin is established
in the St. Aloysius Century Foundation to
support Brother Martin High School.
Bob worked for the Brothers of the Sacred Heart
for 35 years coaching, teaching and forming
young men at McGill-Toolen, Cor Jesu and
for 28 years at Brother Martin. He spent his
35 years in service to the Brothers in many
different capacities, serving as a teacher, prefect
of discipline, assistant track coach, assistant
basketball coach, head basketball coach, an
assistant football coach and 27 years as head
football coach.
During his 27 years as head football coach for
the Crusaders he compiled a record of 204-99-5.
His team won the State Championship in 1971,
finished as State-Runner-up in 1989, reached the semi-finals in 1972 and 1985 while reaching the
playoffs 18 times in 27 years.
Bob Conlin’s legacy, however, is not told in numbers, but in the hearts and spirits of the thousands
of young men he taught to live with courage, honor, dignity and love. Brother Martin has never
been the same without him, but Brother Martin will also never be the same because of him.
The purpose of the endowment is to provide financial support for Brother Martin in an area very
important to Bob during his years at the school – maintaining and enhancing our athletic programs
and athletic facilities.
Contributions to the Robert M. “Bob” Conlin Athletics Endowment to support Brother Martin
athletics can be made to the St. Aloysius Century Foundation.