A Radnor High School alum was one of two Main Line natives inducted into the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, writes Lisa Dukart for Main Line Today.
Colby Cohen, a star ice hockey player who won a state championship with Radnor High School, was inducted April 30.
Cohen’s hockey career saw him play Division I at Boston University, where, in 2009, he scored the overtime game-winning goal to clinch the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey title for the Terriers. He went on to become an All American before being drafted into the NHL.
After hanging up his skates, Cohen co-founded Endeavor Athletic. The flagship is in Philadelphia. The company debuted a boutique in Ardmore’s Suburban Square in late 2018. Cohen also serves as sports analyst for ESPN, NBC and Westwood One.
Myra Sack, a Lower Merion High School alum, was also inducted. Sack was an All-Senior All-American soccer player at Dartmouth College and today serves as the chief program officer at SquashBusters in Boston.
Other inductees included the Philadelphia Eagles’ executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman, former MLB pitcher Michael Koplove, Olympic fencer Christopher O’Loughlin, and singer-songwriter Chuck Brodsky.
Find out more about the inductees here.