- Quarterbacks Coach / Director of Football Operations
- Recruiting Areas:
- Southern New Hampshire, South Shore & Central Mass., Boston Area, Independent School League (ISL), Rhode Island, PA
Charley Loeb is in his third season as the Saint Anselm quarterbacks coach in 2018 after being named to the position in August of 2016. He also serves as the team's Director of Football Operations.
In 2016, Loeb helped senior quarterback Yianni Gavalas finish in the top-five in the Northeast-10 Conference in five major passing categories, including leading the conference in completions (250). Galavas' numbers helped him finish his career as Saint Anselm's all-time leader in nearly every major passing category. As a team, the Hawks led the NE10 in passing yards per game (243.7) in Loeb's first season.
Loeb comes back to the east coast after spending the last few months as the football intern at Northwestern University where he conducted and assisted athletic training and position specific exercise for multiple position groups, including: defensive and offensive line, defensive secondary, and offensive skill.
Loeb was a four-year letter-winner at Syracuse University where he graduated in 2014. He was the 2013 Pat Miller Award winner for "Outstanding Athlete, Student, Citizen" at the University, and was also named to the All-Big East Academic Team three times and the All-ACC Academic Team once.
On the field, Loeb appeared in 42 games for the Orange, serving as the primary holder on field goals and PATs. During his four years, he was 8-for-12 passing for 73 yards and rushed six times for nine yards.
Loeb went to Syracuse after graduating from Lawrence Academy in Groton, Mass. where he was a three-year starter for the football team. During his three years at the helm, the Spartans were 19-5, including back-to-back 7-1 years in his junior and senior campaigns.
Loeb was named to the 2008 NEPSAC All-New England Prep Class B Team after completing 143-of-201 passes for 2,015 yards and 24 touchdowns in his senior year. As a junior, he compiled 1,650 passing yards and threw 15 touchdown passes, while his sophomore year he threw for 1,500 yards and 12 touchdowns.