Date of Birth:
Height: 5' 11" Weight: 160 lbs
College Experience: Towson University
Hometown: Bel Air, MD
2011-12 Season Highlights:
Healey ranked 7th on the Blast with 29 points; he led the team and ranked fifth in the MISL with 33 blocks... He scored a 3-point goal on 12/31 to pass the 100-point mark for his career.
2010-11 Season Highlights:
Healey led the Blast and tied for sixth in the MISL with 48 points… He was a Second-Team All-MISL selection...He scored at least one goal in 11 of 20 games...He was the MISL Offensive Player of the Month for January...He set career highs this season in three-point goals, two-point goals, assists, points and blocks...In the 50th game of his career, he scored two goals to lead the Blast to an 18-17 win over Chicago (1/29/11)...He recorded nine points (three goals, three assists) and five blocks in the home-and-home series with the Wave (1/8/11 and 1/9/11)...Healey led the Blast to a 22-6 win over the Comets (12/29/10) with four goals (four goals is the most he has ever scored in one game)… He was named MISL Player of the Week for his performance (1/3/11)...Healey recorded the first three-point goal of his career in the 15-10 win over the Vipers (11/28/10).
2009-10 Season: Healey, in his second season, equaled his goal scoring from his rookie season and recorded two more assists… Healey had two goals in the Blast’s last game of the regular season (3/21/10) in Philadelphia... He recorded one goal, one assist and one block in the 11-8 win over Rockford (3/12/10)... He recorded a career-high four blocks in the 12-11 win over La RaZa (3/6/10).
2008-09 Season: Healey was named the 2009 NISL Rookie of the Year after recording 16 points in 18 games in his first season of professional indoor soccer... He scored two goals in the 18-16 overtime win in Monterrey (3/1/09), including the game-winning goal, and added an assist... Healey scored a goal in three straight games (1/3/09 @ Twisters, 12/20/08 vs. KiXX and 12/12/08 vs. Twisters)... He scored the first goal of his professional indoor career against Massachusetts (12/12/08) and played the first game of his career on opening night against the Rampage (11/15/08).
Outdoor: He played three USL seasons with Crystal Palace Baltimore... He recorded 10 goals and five assists, was a 2008 U.S. Open Cup Player of the Week and the runner up for USL Rookie of the Year in 2008.
Healey was the 2007 Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year and led the CAA with eight goals and nine assists... He finished his career as Towson’s eighth-leading scorer and was a three-time All-CAA selection and a two-time NSCAA/ADIDAS All-South Atlantic Region player.
Healey and his wife Julie were married in October... He is the coach of the eighth-grade boys soccer team at McDonogh School and an assistant coach for the varsity team... He also coaches a Baltimore Bays club team... He was drafted by the Kansas City Wizards in the first round of the MLS Supplemental Draft in 2008...Healey was the 2003 high school Player of the Year out of Calvert Hall... He is the son of Blast President and General Manager, Kevin Healey.