Keith Danley joined the University of Scranton men's soccer program as an assistant coach in March of 2016.
Danley came to Scranton off a two year term as an assistant coach at Elmira College. There, he helped the Soaring Eagles improve from a 1-14-2 season in 2014 to a 7-6-5 campaign in 2015, helping the team reach the semifinals of the Empire 8 Tournament this past season.
At Elmira, Danley coached a NSCAA Division III All-East Regional Player and two ECAC Division III Upstate All-Stars. He also coached five student-athletes to Empire 8 All-Conference honors, including two players to First-Team accolades.
In his time at Elmira, Danley also served as the head coach of the JV men's soccer team for a season (2014) and served as both a game day administrator and as a facilities supervisor.
Before heading to Elmira, Danley finished off an athletic career at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
On the pitch at Allegheny, Danley was a stand-out for three seasons, playing in all 55 games the team played over that span, starting in 52 of those contests on defense. The team's Defensive MVP in 2013, Danley also served as a captain during his senior season of 2013, as Allegheny went 31-19-5 in that span.
Danley transferred to Allegheny from Babson, where he played one season (2010). That year, Babson reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division III Tournament and won the NEWMAC conference championship.
A holder of a USSF "E" License, and both a NSCAA National Diploma Goalkeeper Level II Diploma, Danley earned his Bachelor's Degree from Allegheny in 2014 in Mathematics. He plans to add a Masters of Science degree in Education from Elmira in the Spring of 2016, as well.