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Aug 28, 2013

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Tim O’Toole has been added to the South Carolina men’s soccer coaching staff as a volunteer coach, head coach Mark Berson has announced.

“We are pleased to welcome Tim O’Toole to our program. He will work with our goalkeepers and will be involved in many other aspects of our program. He brings tremendous experience in goalkeeper training, and we are sure he will be a positive for our program this year,” said Berson of the addition.

O’Toole joins the staff with a wealth of experience over the last three years working with goalkeepers and player development.

Most recently, O’Toole was a camp staff member for D.C. United, his second stint with the soccer club after serving as a youth development intern in 2012. O’Toole assisted in the goalkeeper training of the U-23 and U-16 teams as the youth development intern. This past spring, O’Toole was director of goalkeeping at Lexington County Soccer Club, a youth coach with McLean (Va.) Premier Soccer and a goalkeeping coach with McLean Youth Soccer.

Last fall, O’Toole worked at Columbia College as a volunteer goalkeeper coach, was director of goalkeeping at Lexington County Soccer Club and served as the head coach for Lexington County Soccer Club’s U-13 girl’s head club coach.

In the 2010, season, O’Toole was an assistant coach for the men’s soccer team at Lycoming College, a NCAA Division III institution. His responsibilities included planning and executing training sessions, recruitment of student-athletes and creating and implementing off-season workout programs.

During his career at Davis and Elkins College, O’Toole was a three-time West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) All-Conference honoree and an All-Region selection. The Senators reached the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) top-10 during his career as well.

O’Toole holds a NSCAA National Diploma and a NSCAA Goalkeeping Level III Diploma. In 2010, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Marketing from Davis and Elkins College before enrolling in the Master of Science in Sport and Entertainment Management program at the University of South Carolina, which he completed in December 2012.