Keita Malloy is the new head football coach at Orange County High School. He played three years in the Arena Football League after a collegiate career at the University of Delaware.
Here is the press release from Orange County HS:
Press Release Orange County Names Malloy As New Football Coach May 8, 2013
During its meeting on Wednesday, May 8, the Orange County School Board approved the appointment of Keita Malloy as a teacher and head football coach at Orange County High School. "Throughout the interview process we have been focused on finding the right fit," said Orange County High School Principal Doug Duncan. "In Mr. Malloy we've found someone who has a great deal of football experience as both a player and a coach. In him we've also found someone who is clearly committed to working with students and their families."
Mr. Malloy brings extensive football experience to his new position. He played both offense and defense as a three year letterman at the University of Delaware. He followed that with three seasons as a professional player in the Arena Football League. Since 2000 Mr. Malloy has been coaching at the college level working with student athletes on both offense and defense as well as on special teams. "We look forward to working with Mr. Malloy. He is a perfect fit for our program," stated Activities Director Marc Cole. "The knowledge, skills, and experience he brings to our student athletes is impressive."
Mr. Malloy also brings a broad educational background to the staff at Orange County High School. He holds a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Delaware. Mr. Malloy also holds a Master of Education degree in Instructional Technology and is currently working on a Master of Secondary Education degree in Social Studies which he anticipates completing in 2014. "With his broad base of knowledge, skill, and experience, Mr. Malloy is a welcome addition to our staff at Orange County High School," said Mr. Duncan.
"I'm excited about the opportunity that this presents," said Mr. Malloy about his new assignment. "I look forward to working with the students in Orange County and to my work with the football program."
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