Donny Moss

Donny Moss begins his fourth season as an assistant coach on the staff at RIT for the 2019-20 season.

Prior to RIT, Moss spent two seasons as the assistant coach at Elmira College, earning his master’s degree in general education in 2016.

Moss, a 2009 graduate of Adelphi University, was an assistant coach at Churchville-Chili for three seasons, before assuming the head coaching position in 2014. He led the Saints to a third place finish in the Monroe County Division 3 in 2014. He was named the Monroe County Division 3 Coach of the Year that season.

In addition to coaching, Moss played six years of professional lacrosse in Major League Lacrosse (MLL). In 2015, he played for the Rochester Rattlers and helped guide his hometown team to a first-place regular season finish and a trip to the 2015 MLL Championship game. Before playing with Rochester, Moss spent three years with the Hamilton Nationals and another two years with the Long Island Lizards. Moss was the 39th player taken in 2009 MLL Collegiate Draft by Long Island.

Prior to his professional career, Moss played two years at Adelphi University. Prior to that, Moss played at Herkimer County Community College, earning First Team All-American and the Region III Defensive Player of the Year honors.