A former Greyhound standout, Darvill led the Greyhounds to three-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, two MAAC titles and a top-10 national ranking throughout his career. In addition, the forward from London, England, became the conference's first two-time MAAC Offensive Player of the Year, earning the honor in 2008 and 2009, while he was also a two-time All-MAAC First Team honoree, the Preseason MAAC Player of the Year in 2009 and a member of the 2006 MAAC All-Rookie Team.
Nationally, Darvill was a TopDrawerSoccer National Team of the Year Third Team selection and NSCAA/adidas All-North Atlantic Region First Team selection in 2008, while he was a candidate for the Hermann Trophy Award in 2009. He played in 73 games for the Greyhounds and concluded his career with 99 points (36 goals, 27 assists), which tied for eighth all-time at Loyola.
Post collegiately, Darvill has enjoyed a seven-year professional career, playing with the Real Maryland Monarchs, Ebbsfleet United in England and the Baltimore Blast.