Keith Goodie joined the Delaware State men's basketball staff in September 2018. Goodie, who will also serve as DSU’s recruiting coordinator, was a member of Todd Bozeman’s staff at Morgan State from 2007-to-2015. He was the Bears’ Director of Player Development before serving as an assistant coach.
Goodie was on the Morgan State staff during the school’s back-to-back MEAC championship run in 2009 and ’10. The Bears combined for a 50-22 overall record (.694), including a 28-4 mark in MEAC regular season games (.875) in those years.
He also helped lead the team to MEAC championship game appearances in 2011, 2013 and 2014.
Before joining the Morgan State staff, Goodie spent nine years as an A.A.U. head coach for Baltimore Select (1998–2007), where he helped develop and mentor more than 50 Division I players, including Sam Cassell, Carmelo Anthony, Michael Lloyd and MSU’s all-time leading scorer Reggie Holmes. Goodie was also selected to work as a member of the Adidas All-America Camp from 2004–06. He also spent time as a youth coach with the Cherry Hill Recreation Center (1984–97). Goodie was a standout point guard for the University of the District of Columbia Firebirds. He ranked among the league’s leaders in scoring (19.0 ppg) assists (9.0 pg) and steals (3.4 pg) during his senior season. He transferred to UDC from Essex Community College where he was a JUCO All-America point guard. The Baltimore native earned his bachelor’s degree from Morgan State.
|Position:||Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator|
|Alma Mater:||Morgan State|