Mark Fabish experienced a tremendous amount of success in football and track during his career at BC, earning a total of 11 varsity letters. The Class of 1993 member was a key player for the state championship football teams in 1991 and 1992 that compiled a 22-0 record and each finished nationally ranked. Mark was the team’s leading receiver both seasons and , as a senior, enjoyed the most prolific season for a receiver at that point in BC history as he set records for receptions, yards and TD catches in a season. He also earned All-State and All-County honors as a defensive back and graduated as the school record holder for most kick-return TDs in a career. In track, he graduated as a BC record holder in four different categories, and was named All-County a total of four times in his career. Mark continued his football career at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was an All-Ivy League receiver as a senior. He finished his career as the all-time leader in punt return yardage in Ivy League history, as well as setting the UPenn school record for kick-off return yardage. He was the first freshman ever to catch a TD pass and also return a punt for a touchdown in Ivy League history. Penn finished undefeated in each of his first two seasons, meaning that he participated in 46 straight victories dating back to high school.