Tim Moyer
Chestnut Hill College
Tim Moyer
Head Coach
Chestnut Hill
Division 2

Tim Moyer took over as Chestnut Hill Colleges head womens volleyball coach prior to the 2018-2019 season. An accomplished coach at the collegiate and high school levels, Moyer led Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) rival, Jefferson to the 2016 CACC Championship in his second season at the helm.   In three just seasons at Jefferson, Moyer earned two CACC Coach of the Year awards (2015, 2017) and progressed the Lady Rams from a .500 (15-15, 12-7 CACC in 2014) program to the dominate CACC competitor that appeared in consecutive CACC title matches (2016, 2017).  Under his command, the Lady Rams won the 2016 CACC Championship with a 29-6 overall record and an 18-1 league standing. They returned to the CACC Championship match in 2017 after posting a league-best 26-7 overall record another 18-1 conference standing as top team in the South Division. At Jefferson, Moyer complied a 76-17 (.817) overall mark, a 52-5 (.912) CACC standing, and produced 10 All-CACC performers, including six First Team selections, two of which middle hitter Corrine Justus (Allentown, Pa.) and outside hitter Courtney Wensel (Bechtelsville, Pa.) earned American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-East Region recognition in 2017.   Moyer began his volleyball coaching career as an assistant coach for Pennridge High Schools girls varsity team in 1993. After four seasons with the Rams, he took over as the head coach of Pennridges boys varsity team, which reported a 36-12 (.750) record in four seasons and appeared in four straight district and state playoff tournaments. Moyer departed from Pennridge in 2000 to explore other professional ventures, but returned in 2009 to head their girls volleyball varsity program for four seasons. During that tenure, the Rams recorded a 31-6 (.838) record, reaching the district playoffs in each season, and their first state playoff appearance in three years. In 2011, Moyer simultaneously took on head coach responsibilities of North Penn High Schools boys volleyball varsity program who posted a 61-19 (.763) record, while making three district playoff appearances, and a state playoff appearance - and Game Passion Skill (GPS) Crush Volleyball Club. Moyer earned his bachelor's degree in biology (1998) and, more recently a master's degree in exercise physiology (2002) from a local universities. He owns a Coaching Accreditation Program (CAP) 1 certification, as well as, accreditation as a National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Certified Personal Trainer (CPT), a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES), and an International Youth Conditioning Association (IYCA) Certified High School Strength, Speed, and Quickness Coach.   Outside of volleyball, Moyer is a billing and training manager for Dispense Doc of Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania. His past professional experience includes several strength and conditioning positions with various Philadelphia-area fitness facilities. He currently resides in Hatfield, Pennsylvania, with his wife Angie Brambley-Moyer   an associate head strength and conditioning coach on Princeton University's Athletics Performance Staff  - and their dogs Roxy, Sydney, and Bailey.