The Greg Toal Experience

By Darren Cooper; Local Sports Columnist; @VarsityAces | The Record (Bergen County, NJ), February 17, 2017 | Go to article overview

The Greg Toal Experience


Darren Cooper; Local Sports Columnist; @VarsityAces, The Record (Bergen County, NJ)


Greg Toal ends his high school coaching career with a 305-55-2 record over 33 seasons.

He guided teams to 29 playoff berths and won 16 state/sectional titles in his career. He also won two mythical national championships while at Don Bosco Prep.

Here's a look at his year-by-year record:

Saddle Brook (1982-83)

1982- 3-6

1983- 9-2 made playoffs

River Dell (1984-89)

1984- 5-4

1985- 11-0 sectional champions

1986- 9-1 made playoffs

1987- 11-0 sectional champions

1988- 9-1 made playoffs

1989- 8-3 made playoffs

Hackensack (1990-96)

1990- 6-3

1991- 5-3-1

1992- 9-1-1 sectional champions

1993- 10-1 sectional champions

1994- 10-1 sectional champions

1995- 11-0 sectional champions

1996- 11-0 sectional champions

Don Bosco Prep (1999-2016)

1999- 7-4 made playoffs

2000- 11-1 made playoffs

2001- 9-1 made playoffs

2002- 12-0 state champions

2003- 11-0 state champions

2004- 10-2 made playoffs

2005- 11-1 made playoffs

2006- 12-0 state champions

2007- 12-0 state champions

2008- 11-1 state champions

2009- 12-0 state champions/national champions

2010- 12-0 state champions

2011- 11-0 state champions/national champions

2012- 8-3 made playoffs

2013- 7-4 made playoffs

2014- 7-4 made playoffs

2015- 9-3 state champions

2016- 6-5 made playoffs

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