Charley Toomey , who is set to start his 14th season as head men's lacrosse coach at Loyola Maryland, will join the US Lacrosse Men's National Team staff as an assistant coach. He will join Team USA head coach John Danowski on the sidelines for events over the next years leading up to, and including, the 2022 World Championships. As a head coach at Loyola, Toomey has coached 38 USILA All-Americans, 71 all-conference selections, 18 conference positional players or rookies of the year, 13 USILA Scholar All-Americans and four Tewaaraton Award finalists. "It is an honor to work with US Lacrosse and the incredible staff that is already in place," said Toomey. "It is certainly a wonderful opportunity for me at this phase in my career to work with the nation's best players in our sport. I would like to thank Coach Danowski, the current staff and US Lacrosse the chance to help guide this team on such a competitive stage." Toomey has been a part of the Greyhounds lacrosse program for more than half his life, 27 years including his time as a student-athlete. He came to Loyola in 1986 and was a goalkeeper for the team from 1987-90, earning USILA All-America honors in 1989 and 1990. He backstopped Loyola to a bid in the NCAA Championship Game as a senior in 1990 and finished his career with a 25-5 record as the team's starter. Since 2012 season, Toomey and the Greyhounds have won 88 games, an average of 12.6 per season. He enters 2019 with a 134-64 career record, the second-most wins in school history behind Dave Cottle's 181 from 1983-2002. In addition to his work on the Loyola sidelines, Toomey has served on the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Committee and was a part of the U.S. Men's National Team selection group as a coach and evaluator of the goalies during the initial tryout process in 2018.