Br. Bob Andrews joined the Molloy faculty in 1975 and served Molloy for over 40 years. He taught social studies and religion while also enjoying a nearly 50 year coaching career between his time at St. Helen’s and Molloy. He was a passionate Track & Field and Cross Country coach who helped countless Stanners tap into their full potential. He retired from teaching in June 2015, but remained on Molloy's coaching staff in retirement.
During Br. Bob's tenure, Stanner teams won a NY State Cross Country Championship and 17 New York City Catholic Indoor and Outdoor Titles, as well as over 75 Brooklyn/Queens Catholic Sectional Championships. Under Br. Bob's tutelage, Molloy athletes won 3 Catholic Individual Cross Country Races and 11 New York State individual titles.
Br. Bob attended St. Peter’s High School for Boys and ran for Coach John Tobin. He was Cross Country Captain at Marist College where he graduated with a degree in History in 1969. Br. Bob completed his Master’s Degree in Religious Studies at Webster College.
Br. Bob is a member of the CHSAA Hall of Fame, the Armory Hall of Fame, the US Track & Field Hall of Fame, and resides on Molloy’s Track & Field Wall of Honor. The Marist Brothers have announced that due to current restrictions on public gatherings, a Memorial Mass for Br. Bob will be held at a later date. For now, we ask that you please keep Br. Bob, the Marist Brothers, and all who know and love him in your prayers.