Previous to his most recent stint at Springfield College Coach Moore served for a dozen years as the head coach of the Bombers of Westfield High School. In that time the team rose from the bottom of the state and regional rankings to an annual playoff contender earning two Western Mass Division 1AA titles and post-season appearances in 2007, 2008, and 2013.
In his final season, Moore led the team to a 9-2 campaign while his option based offense averaged 38 points per game. In that culminating season his team earned both district and state level Sportsmanship Awards.
Moore was a four-year starter at center and guard at the University of New Hampshire, and was a member of the 1991 Yankee Conference Championship team. He has been an assistant coach at Agawam High School, Maine Central Institute,and Princeton University. In 2001, he served as offensive coordinator at Western New England University, leading his unit to single game rushing, total offense, and scoring records while he also coached one All-American.
Moore previously served as both a graduate assistant coach and assistant coach at Springfield College. As offensive line coach from 1998-2000 he helped Springfield to NCAA playoff appearances in 1998 and 2000 and coached All-Americans John Cena, and Matt Salilla.
Moore is a Social Studies teacher who has been named to Who’s Who of American Teachers on several occasions. He was listed as a member of the Springfield College Faculty as an Associate Practioner from 2003-2009. Coach Moore has also written and published a book entitled On Character and Mental Toughness. He earned his undergraduate degree History at UNH, and his Masters degree in Education at Springfield College."