Bryan Moses has been announced as the new head baseball coach at McPherson College.
"I feel very fortunate to be named the next head coach at McPherson College." Moses said. "I had a great feeling about Mac from the moment I met everybody who is a part of Bulldog Nation. I look forward to building this program brick-by-brick as we strive to make a major impact in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. I am excited to see our student-athletes grow at McPherson College and become assets in the working world."
Moses has been on the coaching staff at NCAA D-I Brown University. He was in charge of handling a variety of roles including coaching the catchers, assisting with hitters and aiding in the program's recruiting efforts.
He also was the assistant recruiting coordinator and assistant coach at NCAA D-I Cal State Northridge, where he assisted in coaching duties, recruiting, and managed the CSUN camps.
He is the former head baseball coach at University of Antelope Valley in Lancaster, Calif., where he helped the Pioneers to a record of 98-64 over four seasons. He also served as a health instructor and department head at UAV.
In addition, Moses has served as an assistant coach at Simpson University in Redding, Calif., and also spent parts of two seasons as a coach with the Redding Colt 45s summer collegiate baseball team. Before moving to the collegiate ranks, Moses was the head baseball coach at Skyline High School in Idaho.
"McPherson College is very fortunate to attain a coach with the experience and knowledge of coach Moses." McPherson College Athletic Director Andrew Ehling said. "His values and expectations of the student-athletes on and off the field will prove to be successful. I look forward to working with coach Moses and seeing our baseball program grow under his leadership."
He graduated from Sonoma State University in 2007 with a degree in communications. He earned his master's degree in 2011 from Western Kentucky University and is currently working towards a PhD in Sports Management from Concordia University of Chicago.