Since taking over as Head Coach of the Roger Williams University Women’s Soccer program in 2011, Tim Moody has continued to showcase the Hawks as one of the top teams in New England. 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.

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 program’s first postseason victory with a 4-0 victory over Russell Sage College in the 2008 Upstate ECAC Tournament.

Moody’s 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 Women’s 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.