The 2012 season marks the 14th on the sidelines for Bryan Moore and is his fifth at Heidelberg. Moore serves as the special team’s coordinator and oversees the development of the wide receivers.
In his first season at the Berg, Moore coached All-Ohio Athletic First Team selection Dawond Roddy. Moore also worked with All-OAC honorees wide receiver Lucas Bauer and placekicker Jesse Hawkins.
Two years ago, Moore guided All-OAC First Team selection Mike Preston. Heading into 2010, Preston has been tabbed as a wide receiver to watch by OhioCollegeFootball.com.
Moore brought a wealth of coaching experience with him and is working alongside head coach Mike Hallett for the second time. Prior to Heidelberg, Moore was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Emory and Henry College in 2006 and 2007. He also served as the academic supervisor.
From 2000-05 Moore worked with Hallett at Thomas More College. In his five years at Thomas More, he coached the quarterbacks and wide receivers and also served as the special team’s coordinator and strength coach. Aside from his football coaching duties, Moore was the academic supervisor, as well as intramural director and head men’s tennis coach.
Moore began his coaching career as a defensive line graduate assistant in 1999 following a successful playing career at Hiram College. Moore was a two-time captain of the Terriers, while earning two Ohio Athletic Conference awards. Moore graduated from Hiram with his named inked throughout the record book. He holds the records for most receiving touchdowns in a season, most receiving yards in a game and is the only receiver in school history with two 50-catch seasons. Within the career record book, Moore is second in catches, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns.
He resides in Tiffin, Ohio and is married to the former Sheila Carpenter. Sheila and her three children, River (9), Skye (6) and Landen (5), are natives of Northern Kentucky. The couple also have a pair of twins, Legend and Legacy, that are one year old.
Personal: Born on June 23, 1976 ... Follow coach Moore on Twitter @bcmoore22.