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Volleyball: Chrissy Moskovits

Chrissy Moskovits

  Assistant Coach
  Alma Mater: Warner University - 2004

Chrissy Moskovits enters her second year as an assistant coach for the Lady Fire.

She has been an assistant coach at the collegiate level for the past six years while also serving as head coach for a number of club teams throughout Polk County. She is currently the assistant director and head coaching for Southern Select Volleyball.

Before returning to SEU, Moskovits was as an assistant coach for NCAA D-II Florida Southern College from 2008-2009. There she helped the Lady Mocs to a 39-27 record, and in 2008 FSC also reached the NCAA post-season. Moskovits continues her relationship with FSC volleyball, as she works as an assistant director and coach for FSC's summer volleyball camps.

Moskovits launched the Nike Volleyball Camps at Southeastern University in 2009, and has brought in over 200 athletes over the past three years while building quality relationships with the top high school coaching staffs in the State of Florida.

In 2005, Moskovits made her debut as a head coach for Southeastern University breaking numerous team and individual player records. She led the Lady Fire to a 28-7 overall record while compiling a 10-1 record within the South Region. Under her leadership, SEU won their first South Region Tournament Championship in more than 20 years and went onto finish fifth at the NCCAA National Tournament. She was named the South Region Coach of the Year for her successful campaign as she coached four All-Region Players, three All-Americans, the South Region MVP and the NCCAA II National Player of the Year.

Prior to SEU, Moskovits was the assistant coach at rival Warner University (2004) for the Men’s and Women’s Volleyball programs. The women’s team made their first-ever post-season appearance in the Sun Conference while the men’s team launched its inaugural season competing against teams across the United States.

Moskovits played at Warner University from 2000-2003, playing setter for the Lady Royals. Injuries eventually disrupted her career, and she eventually began her coaching career on the high school level at local Haines City High School. Coach

Moskovits resides in Lakeland with her husband David, who serves as the assistant baseball coach for Southeastern University.

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