Glen Burnie names Good-Malloy football coach
Glen Burnie athletic director Bruce Sider announced Monday that Nick Good-Malloy has been named the Gophers' new head football coach. Malloy, a 2001 graduate of Annapolis High, takes over for Lenny Thomas, who was not retained as coach after a 5-35 record the past four seasons.
Good-Malloy, who played his college ball at Salisbury University and was an assistant football coach there the past two seasons, was an all-Anne Arundel county defensive lineman for Annapolis, and also played basketball for the Panthers under legendary coach John Brady. Good-Malloy earned a Master's degree in education at Salisbury while serving as an assistant.
Glen Burnie struggled mightily this past season, going 2-8 while scoring only 120 points in 10 games. The Gophers did, however, snap a three season, 28-game losing streak by beating Northeast, 32-22, on Sept. 25. Glen Burnie's last winning season came in 2001, when the Gophers went 6-4. The team is most well-known for having sent 2005 graduate Branden Albert, offensive tackle for the Kansas City Chiefs, to the pros.
March 17, 2010; 12:28 AM ET
Categories: Anne Arundel County , Football , Glen Burnie
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