Ted Moon

Entering his 17th season of coaching, Moon has coached at the highest level of high school lacrosse.

His primary focus has been working with the face off specialists at and independently, he has also coached midfielders and the riding/clearing game as well as serving as the primary author of opponent scouting reports.

The 2014 US Lacrosse Assistant Coach of the Year for the Washington, DC area, Moon has mentored 19 future college athletes who have or will take a collegiate face off, mostly at the Division I level. He coached future Denver starter and 2015 National Championship team member Chris Hampton, Michigans Jack Olson and Matis Cole, as well as Dickinsons Bobby Hartwick who was a 2019 Second Team All-America selection as a face off specialist. Moon was on the coaching staff for Georgetown Prep for their 1993, 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2014 IAC Championship teams and is the only coach to be part of the
NHSLS championship teams with two different schools (Prep in 2013 and Paul VI in 2021).

Moon has also served as a coach and evaluator for several high school all-star games and tournaments such as the Under Armour All-America Games and Brine Nationals. Moon has been an evaluator for the DC area tryouts since 2011 and coached a Spotlight team the last three years. He was also one of the few high school coaches to be a presenter (Finding & Developing the FOGO) at the IMLCA Conference in 2018.

A 1989 graduate from the University of Michigan, Moon was a midfielder when they competed at the MCLA level, helping to capture three conference titles and being voted co-captain in 1988 along with future inaugural Michigan Division I head coach John Paul. Moon also holds an MBA from the University of Notre Dame, graduating with honors in 1993.