Dave Gerrity is a Loyola graduate, a former student-athlete at the Charles Street school, a member of the Sellinger School of Business Marketing faculty, an administrator and a parent of a recent Loyola graduate.
Gerrity has been the Associate Athletic Director of Athletics since 2007 after spending the previous eight as Assistant Athletic Director. He joined Loyola as the athletic business manager in 1989 and has been both a coach and administrator at Evergreen.
Currently, Gerrity works as the sport supervisor for men's lacrosse, men's golf, men's and women's tennis and men's and women's swimming and diving. He also manages the athletic department's human resources program. He also works closely with University Student Development division to integrate Loyola’s student-athletes into the university's student development programming. He works closely with the Career Center to assist student-athletes in developing their career plan. He also manages the Loyola Greyhounds Leadership Academy that provides leadership training and skills development to select Loyola student-athletes. He also plans and coordinates various guest speakers that address life skill issues to the student-athletes. Gerrity is also the advisor for the Greyhounds Student-Athlete Advisory Council or SAAC, which is the voice of student-athletes on campus. Gerrity is a member of the University’s strategic planning student life sub-committee and is also a mentor in the university’s first year Messina program.
A native of Camp Springs, Maryland. and a graduate of Bishop McNamara High School in Forestville, Gerrity was a four-year letterwinner for the Loyola Men's Soccer program and a member of the first NCAA Division I team to reach a post-season tournament with men's soccer in the fall of 1986. The team advanced to the NCAA Men’s Soccer Quarterfinal that year. He earned his bachelor's degree in Writing/Media Arts in 1987 and received his MBA in Management from the Loyola Sellinger School of Business in 1998.
As a coach, Gerrity led the Loyola women's soccer program from its inception in 1992 until 1997. Over the course of six seasons, he guided the Greyhounds to a 71-37-12 overall record, including six consecutive MAAC women’s soccer championship game appearances which included MAAC Championships in 1994 and 1996. On two occasions, Gerrity received the conference's Coach of the Year award.