Tim Moody
Roger Williams University
Tim Moody
Head Coach
tmoody@rwu.edu
Roger Williams
Division 3

Since taking over as Head Coach of the Roger Williams University Womens Soccer program in 2011, Tim Moody has continued to showcase the Hawks as one of the top teams in New England.   Moody guided the 2017 roster to its third Commonwealth Coast Conference Championship and third NCAA Tournament bid in four years. Five players earned All-CCC honors including senior Samantha Woznicki who was named CCC Defensive Player of the Year and also selected to the NEWISA and United Soccer Coaches All-New England team. In addition, Moody collected his 100th career win at Roger Williams.   Moody coached Roger Williams to an unbeaten record in the Commonwealth Coast Conference for the second straight season in 2016, going 7-0-2 in CCC play. The team finished with ten wins overall on the year and claimed the top seed for the CCC tournament. In postseason recognition, the Hawks had five players named to the All-CCC team as well as two players on the NEWISA All-New England Team and one athlete on the NSCAA All-New England Team.   In 2015, Moody presided over one of the best seasons in program history, with the Hawks winning its sixth Commonwealth Coast Conference Championship in team history and second consecutive title. The team set a new program record with 20 wins on the season and a .893 winning percentage (20-1-3), in addition to advancing to the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament. Senior Mariah Kaiser earned a slew of honors, including CCC and ECAC Offensive Player of the Year and being named an NSCAA All-American, earning both honors for the second straight season. In addition, Samantha Woznicki was named CCC Rookie of the Year and Haley Carignan was honored as CCC Senior Scholar-Athlete of the Year. The Hawks ended the year ranked #23 in the nation.   The previous year, Moody guided the Hawks to an impressive record of 19-3-4 overall and CCC Champions. The team made the programs first appearance to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Championship Tournament with wins over Bowdoin and MIT.  They finished the season ranked #21 nationally by d3Soccer.com.  Eight athletes received All-CCC honors and the team earned the Silver Team Ethics and Sportsmanship Award, as well as the programs first-ever All-American in Mariah Kaiser.  In the classroom, the Hawks soared as well receiving the NSCAA Team Academic Award with a 3.28 GPA.   In 2013, Moody helped the Hawks to another standout season, guiding them to their highest national ranking in program history, ranked as high as #13. The squad had a record of 18-3-3, scored in every game, and never lost a game in regulation. On the year, the Hawks were semifinalists in both the CCC and ECAC Tournaments and was awarded NSCAA Team Ethics and Sportsmanship award. The Hawks placed seven players on the All-CCC team, including Katie Lydon and Jessica Reade, who were respectively named CCC Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year.  Strong on the pitch and in the classroom, the team also received the NSCAA Team Academic Award for posting a cumulative team GPA of over 3.4.   Moody came to Roger Williams after having spent five seasons as the head coach at SUNY Potsdam, where he became the winningest coach in the history of the program with 41 career wins. In 2008, he set a program record with ten wins on the year, including the programs first postseason victory with a 4-0 victory over Russell Sage College in the 2008 Upstate ECAC Tournament.   In 2010, Moody tied the school record for wins again, finishing the year with a 10-10 overall record. He collected his 39th win with the Bears to move into first place all-time in in womens soccer coaching wins at SUNY Potsdam. In addition, nine of his players were recognized by the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) as All-Academic Team selections.   In Moodys first year at SUNY Potsdam, his team was honored with the 2006 National Soccer Coaches Association (NSCAA) Team Academic Award. In the following years from 2007-10, the Bears were recognized with the NSCAA Team Ethics Award in each season.   Prior to his post at SUNY Potsdam, he coached the Women Soccer and Womens Lacrosse teams at Keuka College. At Keuka, he went 29-17-2 in his three years as the Womens Soccer coach and was the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Womens Soccer Coach of the Year in 2003 and 2004. In 2003, Moody and the Storm finished the year as regular season champions of the NEAC and advanced to the NEAC Championship game. The following year, the Storm would reach the championship for the second straight season.   During his tenure at Keuka, Moody coached three conference Most Valuable Players and his team received the NSCAA Ethics/Sportsmanship Gold award in 2005.   Moodys experience also extends internationally, having played eight years on the semi-pro and professional levels in England. He also spent two years as a coach for the New Hampshire Soccer Association Olympic Pre-Development U-17 Womens team.   Moody also holds numerous coaching certifications including a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) National A License, an NSCAA Advanced National Diploma, and an English Football Association (FA) Coaching Certificate.