Bernard F. "Barney" Goldberg, Sr.
October 14, 1921
December 12, 2011
Ellicott City, MD ??
1938-39 Calvert Hall - Baltimore (High School)
1939-40 Loyola University - Maryland (College)
1940-41 Loyola University - Maryland (College)
1941-42 Loyola University - Maryland (College)
1942-43 Loyola University - Maryland (College)
1945-46 Fourteen Holy Martyrs - Baltimore (Independent)
1946-47 Baltimore Bullets (ABL)
1947-48 Harrisburg Senators (EPBL) Head coach / player
1948-49 St. Bernardine High School - Baltimore (High School) Head coach
1951-52 Calvert Hall - Baltimore (High School) Head coach
After making a name for himself at Loyola, Goldberg played and coached basketball for a while before becoming a lawyer, specializing in real estate as well as being a public defender. He wound up being found guilty of theft and misappropriation of funds in 1986 and was sentenced two two years in prison. His reputation severely tarnished (he even was the defendant in a civil case brought by his own son), he died in 2011 at 90 years of age.
Barney and his wife, Elaine, had ten children.
Baltimore Sun, March 9, 1986