Nicole Moore will be stepping into a new role as the Girls' Lacrosse Head Coach at Northfield Mount Hermon this spring after a summer of working with Catamount Lacrosse as the Director of Girls' Lacrosse.
Moore spent the last two years as the first assistant and the recruiting coordinator at Dartmouth College.
Prior to Dartmouth, Nicole spent three years building the Stetson University’s Division I program from the ground up down in DeLand, Florida.
Prior to her three years in Florida creating the Hatters’ Division I program, Moore worked as the first assistant coach with Vermont (2010-11), Temple (2006-2010) and Canisius (2004-06).
Nicole played for the University of New Hampshire from 1999-2002. As a member of the Wildcats, she was named to the 2002 IWLCA North Regional All-American Second Team as well as a first-team all-conference player, while earning all-tournament honors in her final two seasons. She also was a member of the America East Championship Field Hockey team that made it to the NCAA Tournament in 1998.
Additionally, Moore has spent time in England working at the Casterton School as the head coach and director of lacrosse right after graduating from UNH, spending 2002-04 at the boarding school.
Nicole earned her bachelor of arts degree in English from UNH in 2002 with a master’s degree in Sport Psychology and Coaching from Canisius College in 2006. She pursued a second master’s degree in Health and Movement Psychology from Temple in 2010.
Nicole lives in Greenfield and is a Realtor with Keller Williams Realty.