Moyer joined the Green Terror staff in July 2011 as director of athletics after 11 years in the same position at Moravian.
A 23-year veteran as the chief administrator at four different stops, Moyer came to McDaniel with experience within the Centennial Conference in his latest stop in Bethlehem, Pa. His Greyhounds have been an associate member in football since 2007.
While at Moravian, he was responsible for program operations in Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation, including leading and directing a required, non-major physical education curriculum.
Moyer has experience on numerous committees, including on the NCAA Nominating Committee, the future of NCAA Division III Committee, the Landmark Conference Integration Institutes Committee and the Landmark Soccer and Tennis Committees.
He most recently served as Chair of the Landmark Conference Athletic Directors committee and, in the past, served as President of the Capital Athletic Conference and two years as on the MAC operations committee.
Moyer was integral in the formation of the Landmark Conference, chairing the formation committee for the conference that began play in 2007.
Prior to his tenure at Moravian, he spent six years as the Director of Athletics and Recreation at St. Mary’s (Md.). He was also the Assistant Director of Physical Education and Athletics at the University of Chicago from 1990-1994 after four years in various administrative roles at Manhattanville, starting as an assistant director before being elevated to associate director and ultimately to his first directorship.
From 1983-86, he was the Athletic Facilities Director at Catholic and spent time with the Washington Bullets, Team America Soccer and Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee.
Moyer has extensive coaching experience, including as head men’s soccer coach at Catholic, Manhattanville and Chicago as well as men’s golf coach at St. Mary’s and women’s golf coach at Moravian.
Moyer is a member of the National Association of College Directors of Athletics and the National Soccer Coaches of America Association. He currently serves on the NCAA Div. III women’s soccer championship committee and chairs the Mid-Atlantic Regional Advisory Committee.
A 1981 graduate of St. Mary’s, he earned his bachelor of arts in social science and economics. He holds an MBA from Johns Hopkins (1987) and completed post-graduate coursework in higher education administration and finance at Columbia University.
He and his wife Pam have two daughters, Sydney and Cara.