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Danny Coble
Danny  Coble


Fremont, CA

High School:
Bellarmine College Prep

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 200



Johns Hopkins' Season Ends In Shootout at Tufts

Blue Jays Finish the Season at 16-1-4


Johns Hopkins Defeats York, 4-1

Four Blue Jays Score in Win

2005: Earned starting goalkeeping job after splitting time with Ryan Bradley in first six games • played 19 games and started 18 • earned eight solo shutouts against USMMA, Maryville, McDaniel, Gettysburg, Dickinson, Swarthmore, Franklin & Marshall, and Grove City • had a career-high seven saves vs. St. Mary's • allowed 13 goals for a 0.68 goals against average • finished with 44 saves and a .772 save percentage • Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll.

2004: Backed up All-America goalkeeper Gary Kane, Jr. • Played 13 minutes in 3-1 win over Guilford • made one save and allowed one goal.

2003: Appeared in six matches and played 135 minutes • made two saves and allowed one goal in 30 minutes in Hopkins' 9-2 win over DeSales • allowed a goal in 4-1 win over Haverford • played the second half of 1-0 win over Franklin & Marshall.

Personal: Daniel J. Coble • son of Ronald and Drew Coble • born April 14, 1985 • earned Billy Schmidt Sportsmanship award in high school • led Bellarmine to 2002 high school national championship • also swam at Bellarmine and was team captain as a senior • swim team was four-time section champion • brother, Christopher, swam at USC and is a current triathlete • interned with Legg Mason and Franklin Templeton • three-time Dean's List honoree• double major in applied math and stats and economics with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.