John Ruhle Jr. was a senior co-captain and stand-out contributor to both the football and crew teams. He garnered three varsity letters for his contributions to football team, and four from his work with crew. Mr. Ruhle attended Syracuse University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. He is currently the owner and chairman of the board for Reeb Millwork Corporation, a wholesale distributor of building materials.
Anthony Muscente Jr. '77
Anthony Muscente Jr. was a senior co-captain of both the soccer and lacrosse teams. In his four years of athletic competition, Mr. Muscente started in every soccer game in which he competed, earning four varsity letters. Three additional varsity letters were earned on the lacrosse team. Mr. Muscente was actively recruited for NCAA Division I soccer, before matriculating at Cornell University. He earned a double major in history and government. He went on to gain a degree in Law from Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, California. Additionally, Mr. Muscente attained a Diplomate in New Jersey Municipal Law from Rutgers University. He has practiced law for the past twenty-six years, and is currently a sole practitioner at his firm in Allentown, New Jersey.
Catherine Lawton '96
Catherine Lawton earned twelve varsity letters, participating in three sports each of her four years at The Hun School. Ms. Lawton was a rare athlete, competing in tennis, basketball, and softball. She was part of the 1993, 1994, and 1995 State Championship tennis teams as well as the 1995 State Championship softball team. At Union College, Ms. Lawton was a two-sport, scholar-athlete competing on both the tennis and softball teams. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology before beginning a career in sports communications at Princeton University and Harvard University. Ms. Lawton went on to Simmon College in pursuit of her Master of Arts degree in teaching. She is currently a seventh grade English and geography teacher in Natick, Massachusetts, as well as a middle school girls’ basketball coach.
Jordan Younger '96
Jordan Younger earned nine varsity letters while at The Hun School, excelling at every sport he played – football, track and field, basketball, and soccer. He was a two-time 100, 200 meter Mercer County and Prep A Track and Field champion. Today, he continues his athletic career as a linebacker in the Canadian Football League, as a Toronto Argonaut. He has represented the CFL East All-Star team on three occasions, in 2005, 2006, and 2007. Prior to joining the Argonauts, Mr. Younger played for the Arizona Cardinals and Washington Redskins, and NFL Europe’s Frankfurt Rhein Fire, and Arena Football League’s Indiana Firebirds. Mr. Younger was recruited to the University of Connecticut, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in political science. He also holds the team record for kick return touchdowns. Off the field, Mr. Younger devotes much of his time to anti-violence campaigns in his hometown of Mississauga, Ontario.
Lindsey Tylus Foster '01
Lindsey Tylus Foster earned seven varsity letters: four from soccer, two from softball, and one from basketball while at The Hun School. In her junior year, she scored the only and winning goal in the State Prep A soccer tournament. A co-captain of the soccer team during her senior year, Ms. Tylus led the team to its strongest record to date. She was recognized by the Jersey Area Girls Soccer Scholarship Foundation, and received their highest scholarship for her accomplishments and contributions to soccer, academics, and citizenship. Ms. Tylus went on to attend Columbia University, where she competed on the Lion’s varsity soccer team all-four years. During her time at Columbia, Ms. Tylus became the University’s coordinator for their Harlem Youth Soccer program for underprivileged children. Ms. Tylus is currently an attorney at the legal firm Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney.