Clint Moore

Clint  Moore

Volunteer Assistant Coach


Clint Moore Joins the staff prior to being the assistant coach at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, IL from 2015 and 2016 seasons.


In his tenure at Illinois Wesleyan University, Moore assisted in all aspects of managing a NCAA D3 soccer program including recruitment, student-athlete development, academic advising, travel operations, community service and engagement, and soccer camps. His efforts at IWU helped establish a culture of success ultimately producing tangible results for the program. His two seasons at IWU were spent climbing the conference ladder moving from last place in 2015 to a two-way tie for third place in the conference and a trip to the conference tournament for the first time since 2012. During the successful jump Moore was involved in coaching the defensive side, decreasing the overall goals allowed by 14 and concluded the 2016 season ranked 2nd in goals against average and goals allowed in the conference. On the attacking side of the ball he helped guide the team to achieving increased goal scoring numbers, from under twenty goals a season to 30 (2015) and 26 (2016)

Prior to his stint at IWU, Moore spent two years at his alma mater, Knox College in Galesburg IL. During those two season Moore was the assistant coach for the Men's and Women's programs as well as serving as interim head coach for both programs on separate occasions. These efforts quickly took hold and by the end of the 2014 conference play, Knox's Men's program celebrated its first regular season Championship since 1988 and finished with a record of 15-4. That same year, Knox produced the MWC Coach of the Year, the MWC Player of the Year, MWC Offensive Player of the Year and the MWC Defensive Player of the Year. Two student-athletes were selected to the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division III Men's All-North Region second team. Additionally, two student-athletes were selected for the NSCAA Scholar Athlete All-Region award. Overall, his two seasons with the men's program produced a record of 28-10, consecutive trips to the conference tournament, and a regular season conference championship.


Moore has also coached at the club and high school levels in the Chicago area, Central Illinois area and the Spartanburg, SC Area. 


Moore was a member of both the soccer and basketball teams as a student at Knox, where he was a four-year letter winner in both sports. Additionally, he was a two-year captain for soccer and one-year captain for the basketball team, earning numerous awards as a scholar-athlete during his college career. In conjunction with his athletic commitments and contributions, Moore pursued a double major in biology and environmental studies.  He graduated with honors in biological research for completing an independent honors research project.  Moore received a summer research fellowship from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, a Knox College Richter Memorial Scholarship, and he was an Illinois State Academy of Science Research Conference award winner for his research.


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