CLASS OF 1995
Sean McFaul was a 3-year starter on the varsity basketball team, 2 time captain and team MVP his senior year. Sean led the ‘94-‘95 team to a 25-1 record and a section V title. He averaged 17 points and 10 rebounds on a team whose starters all averaged double figures in points. Sean was selected to the 1995 NYS Class C All-State Basketball team, Wayne County All-Star team, Finger Lakes Times’ ‘Fab Five’ and the Rochester Ronald McDonald All-Star game
Sean was also a 3-year starter on the varsity baseball team specializing as a pitcher and first baseman. During Sean’s three years, the team had a combined record of 51-10, including the 1995 team which Sean captained to a 18-2 record. Sean finished his career as an accomplished hitter batting .355 with 57 RBI’s and 5 HR’s. His favorite baseball position was pitching where he finished with an 11-1 career record including a 5-0 senior season where he posted a 0.54 ERA with 4 shutouts. He was a 2-time Wayne County All-Star selection.
In addition to his athletic accomplishments, Sean was selected as a delegate to Boys’ State by the American Legion, awarded the U.S. Army Reserve’s scholar athlete of the year, selected as a member of the National Honor Society and included in 1995’s Who’s Who among American High School Students.
After graduation, Sean began his college athletic career at Roberts Wesleyan where he played basketball under athletic and academic scholarships. Sean transferred after his freshman year to SUNY Geneseo where he played an additional year of basketball. He graduated from Geneseo in 1999 with a BA degree, majoring in communications and minoring in business. He continued his education after college with certification programs in risk management, business continuity and real estate. He currently works for Vertex Pharmaceuticals in Boston as Sr. Director of Business Continuity and Global Real Estate. In 2016 Sean was a finalist for national risk manager of the year and was recently awarded Vertex’s outstanding contribution award. He has been married 16 years to his lovely wife Andrea and they are proud parents of three children Clare (8), Juliette (5) and Christian (2).
In addition to Sean’s professional work he has also been active in his community coaching basketball, soccer, teaching religious education, Life Teen ministry and serving as a lector and Eucharist minister.