FORESTVILLE - Bishop McNamara has named a replacement for Keith Goganious, who was not retained as the Forestville private school’s assistant athletic director and head varsity football coach.
The school has hired District of Columbia native and Bishop McNamara graduate Keita Malloy to take over the varsity football program.
“We are excited to welcome Coach Malloy home to Bishop McNamara,” McNamara President and Chief Executive Officer Marco Clark said. “His love and passion for the school, wealth of experience at the collegiate level, and commitment to educating and forming our youth makes him a perfect fit.”
Malloy’s college coaching experience includes stints at Lafayette, University of West Georgia, Fordham, Old Dominion and Hampton.
A three-year letter winner as a wide receiver and defensive back at the University of Delaware, Malloy enjoyed a brief career in the Arena Football League where he played for the Massachusetts Marauders, the Albany Firebirds and Texas Terror.
Malloy takes over a Bishop McNamara program that finished 4-6 last season, including a 2-4 mark in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference. The Mustangs went 19-22 in four years under Goganious, who has accepted a new position at a private boarding school in Florida.
“Excited to announce that I have accepted the defensive coordinator position at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida,” Goganious posted on Facebook. “I’m very excited about this new chapter in my coaching career. God is good.”