Antony Moore
Saint Francis University
Antony Moore
Coach
amoore@francis.edu
Saint Francis University

Division 1


Moore  enters his fourth year as an assistant coach for the mens soccer program at Saint Francis U in 2016. In his third season, Moore joined first-year head coach Paulo Neto and helped the Flash earn 11 victories on the season and their third-straight NEC tournament under Moore. 
Moore helped coach Pablo Medina to the SFU all-time assists record with 26 in his time in Loretto and helped guide Francis de Vries to NEC and ECAC Defender of the Year honors and his second-straight All-America season in 2015. 
Moore helped lead the Red Flash to its most successful season in program history where they earned the No. 1 overall seed after winning the Northeast Conference regular season title. SFU went 13-6-1 and sported a 6-1 NEC record en route to hosting the NEC Tournament. Saint Francis had four players named to the All-NEC First Team, including Francis de Vries, who was also named the NEC Defensive Player of the Year, along with being named SFUs first NSCAA All-America selection.
Moore, a 2012 Fairleigh Dickinson graduate with a bachelor of arts in Communications, played four years of collegiate soccer, first at St. Gregorys in Oklahoma and later at Fairleigh Dickinson. He helped lead FDU to a conference championship and NCAA Sweet 16 berth in 2012
Moore was named to the National Team of the Week (Nov 18, 2012) after scoring the game winner vs. St. Johns and earning 2 assists vs. St. Louis, both in the NCAA Tournament.
Born in Douglas, Isle of Man, Moore is the son of Helen Jones, Graham Moore and the brother of James Moore. This past summer (2014) Moore was called up to represent his national team Ellan Vannin in the ConIFA World Football Cup in Oestersund, Sweden.