Ed Moore
Ed  Moore

Last College:
Evansville '03

Position:
Assistant Coach

08/23/2017

In-State Road Trip Awaits Broncos

The Broncos will hit the road to take on in-state opponents Idaho and Idaho State this weekend

08/11/2017

Soccer Shines in Intrasquad

The white team prevailed over the blue team 4-1 on Friday evening in the first intrasquad of the season, but both sides excelled at various points throughout the match

08/18/2015

Meet the Defense

Meet the 2015 Bronco defenders, as intrdocued by assistant coach Ed Moore

06/17/2015

Bronco Soccer Offseason Report: Coaches

Jim Thomas looks forward to another year with Ed Moore on staff and the addition of Maite Zabala

02/26/2015

Soccer Hires Maite Zabala as Assistant Coach

Boise native Maite Zabala comes back to the valley with 14 years of Division I coaching experience

01/10/2017

7-A-Side Registration Open

Registration is open for Boise State's 7-A-Side event (Feb. 25-26)

08/19/2016

Bronco Soccer is Going to Spain

Boise State women's soccer will be adventuring to Barcelona and San Sebastian Spain in 2017. This trip will serve as a once-in-a-lifetime learning opportunity to train with world-class soccer clubs, explore a new culture and provide service opportunities with those less fortunate.

12/18/2015

Brooke Heidemann: All-Region

Boise State women's soccer senior Brooke Heidemann was named to the NSCAA All-Pacific Region Second Team. The award is yet another milestone for Heidemann who becomes the first all-region honoree in program history.

08/18/2015

2015 Position Preview: Defense

Meet the 2015 Boise State women's soccer defenders. Assistant coach Ed Moore introduces the group, led by team captain Hailey DeVries.

10/18/2015

Soccer vs Air Force (Oct. 18)

Boise State women's soccer defeated Air Force 2-1, Oct. 18, on Senior Day at Boas Soccer Complex.

08/12/2015

Boise State Soccer Vs. Volleyball Softball Game

On August 12, 2015, the Boise State soccer and volleyball teams took a break from training and played a friendly game of softball at Dona Larsen Park. Photo by Boise State Sports Information Department.

Ed Moore is in his fifth year as an assistant coach with Boise State.

In four seasons, Moore has helped the Broncos reach the Mountain West tournament three times. The 2016 season saw Boise State recover from seven one-goal losses in nonconference play to go 5-3-3 in MW action, the most results in league play in school history.

Moore has been instrumental in the development of Boise State's eight all-conference selections since he joined the staff. Brooke Heidemann became the first all-region honoree in program history as a senior in 2015. In 2016, Raimee Sherle was named the Mountain West Newcomer of the Year and Janelle Flores became the first Bronco goalkeeper to earn first-team all-conference recognition.

Moore's goalkeeping expertise helped Maddy McDevitt and the Bronco defense to the best season in Bronco history in 2013. McDevitt shattered the Bronco single-season shutout record, totaling eight shutouts and one combined shutout. McDevitt also set the Boise State GAA record (0.78) in 2013.

Moore joined the program after spending two years as an assistant coach with the men's soccer team at Seattle where he was involved in all aspects of the team's training, recruiting and fundraising.

Prior to his time with the Redhawks, Moore served as the goalkeeper coach for the men's team at Millsaps College in Jackson, Miss., from 2009-11 and was also hired as the executive director of the Jackson Futbol Club.

Moore's coaching career began at his alma mater of Evansville where he served as the volunteer goalkeeper coach in 2003 immediately after his playing career ended. After a year with the Evansville men's team, where he trained current MLS goalkeeper Troy Perkins, he made a move to the women's side volunteering as an assistant coach with national power, Duke from 2004-06 and serving as a full-time assistant at Saint Mary's College from 2006-07.

Moore played goalkeeper at Evansville from 1999-2003, during which he also gained experience in the Professional Development league with the Jackson Chargers (1999), Coco Expos (2000) and Kansas City Brass (2001).


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