Coach Davie began as the head coach of the Nyack College men's soccer program in 1995. A graduate of Houghton College, Davie was a member of the 1986 NCCAA National Championship team and also won an NAIA regional title in 1987.
When Keith Davie kicked-off his coaching career at Nyack College, in just 4 years, his men won the CACC Championship in 1999, coming within 1 goal of the NAIA National Championships. The 1999 team went on to place 3rd at the NCCAA National Tournament. That season Coach Davie was named CACC "Coach of the Year" for the second time in his coaching career. Davie has led the Warriors to two CACC Titles in the past three seasons (2009 & 2011). The 2011 squad advanced to the NCAA National Tournament, the first at-large bid to the NCAA tournament in Nyack history.
Davie reached his 100th career victory in the Fall of 2006, defeating Mt. Vernon Nazarene to win the NCCAA regional. Davie is now the winningest soccer coach in Nyack College Athletics history surpassing Ray Enello.
Davie also serves as the Director of Athletics at Nyack College, a post he has held since 1997. Davie is married to Karen , another Houghton graduate who works at Nyack as the College's Director of Human Resources. Coach Davie and his wife reside in Nyack, NY with their three boys: Nathaniel, Ethan, and Matthew.