After two seasons as an assistant men's soccer coach at The University of Scranton, Keith Danley has been named the head men's soccer coach at Chatham University. He will begin his new position on July 1.
Danley was a key part of a Royals squad that went a combined 25-11-1 in his two seasons, including a Landmark Conference championship in 2016, a season in which Scranton also advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
In his two seasons at Scranton, Danley coached one CoSIDA Academic All-American, three United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-Americans, three United Soccer Coaches All-Region selections and eight all-Landmark Conference honorees.
Danley becomes the first men's soccer coach in Chatham University history, as the school announced the addition of the sport in March. The Cougars will begin play in the fall of 2019. Chatham is an NCAA Division III institution located in Pittsburgh, Pa.
The University of Scranton will begin a search for an assistant men's soccer coach immediately.