Bryan Moore enters his second season as head football coach at Wilmington College in 2018.
Moore’s first season was a success as he led the Fightin’ Quakers to the program’s best record in over a decade. Wilmington broke a 40-game Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) losing streak with a 37-30 overtime victory over Capital University as well as retaining the Quaker Bowl with a triumph over Earlham College.
Four Quakers – Luke Creditt, David Henry, PJ Meyer and Eric Flynn, Jr. – earned Second Team All-OAC honors under Moore’s tutelage. Henry was also named a First Team Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), marking the first Wilmington football individual to earn the honor in program history.
Before Wilmington, Moore served as the offensive coordinator at Bluffton College (now University). His offensive prowess was evident as the Beavers established single-season school records in points-per-game, total yards-per-game and passing yards-per-game. Under his tutelage, Micah Roberson led NCAA Division III with 100 receptions in 2015.
Prior to coaching at Bluffton, Moore had a hand in helping Heidelberg University resurrect its program as its offensive coordinator and special team’s coach. The Student Princes were 1-39 in the four years prior to the arrival of a new coaching staff, and within four years Heidelberg finished 8-2. The Student Princes qualified for the NCAA playoffs in year five. He also had a stint at Emory & Henry University where he helped the Wasps to a five-game improvement in his only season.
Moore’s first full-time coaching experience came at Thomas More College, where he was the strength and conditioning coordinator and special team’s coordinator. He eventually was elevated to assistant head coach during his time with the Saints. Within his first three seasons with Thomas More, the Saints went from 3-7 to 10-0, and qualified for the NCAA playoffs.
Moore lives in Wilmington with his wife, Sheila, and children; River, Skye, Landen, Legend, Legacy and Honor.
*Last updated - March 27, 2018