About Head Coach Pat Moffitt
Coach Moffitt is a native of southern New Jersey, where he attended Washington Township High School in Sewell, New Jersey. While there he played quarterback for the football team. He was a two time All-Conference selection, as well as being named South Jersey All-Group IV as a senior. From there Moffitt went on to attend Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, where he was a three-year starting quarterback.
During his three years as a starter, Moffitt led Williams to an overall record of 20-4, capping off his career with a perfect 8-0 record and a NESCAC Championship. He set a host of school passing records, including touchdown passes in a season (25), which was also the most for a single-season in NESCAC history. Following his senior season, Moffitt was named 1st Team All-NESCAC, NESCAC Player of the Year, 1st Team All-New England, New England Football Writer’s Gold Helmet Award Winner (Div. II/III New England Player of the Year), 2nd Team All-East Region by d3football.com and Division III Player of the Year by the Touchdown Club of Southern New Jersey.
Moffitt spent one year in sales following his graduation from Williams in 2011. In 2012, he returned to his passion for football and became the Wide Receivers Coach for Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont. He spent a total of three seasons at Norwich, coaching the wide receivers in 2012 and 2013, and coaching the quarterbacks in 2014. During his time at Norwich, Moffitt coached three All-Conference players and helped guide the team to an ECAC Bowl Game in each of those three seasons. He completed his master’s degree in Public Administration while at Norwich. Moffitt also spent part of his summer in 2016 coaching the quarterbacks at Point University in West Point, Georgia for their pre-season.
Moffitt was named Head Coach of the St. Andrew’s football program for the 2015 season and has served in the position since then.
A look at the Saints accomplishments thus far during the fall season.
Where Saints Football Alumni Have Competed in College...
Brandon Graves '22 - University of Pennsylvania Sprint Football
Phineas Hunt ’22 - Middlebury College
Tony Wang '22 - Middlebury College
Mason McKee ’21 - Colby College
Tre Thomas ’21 - Gettysburg College
Micah Turpin ’19 - Bates College
John McKee ’18 - Kenyon College
Jaryd Jones ’17 - Kenyon College
Alec Maloney ’17 - Grinnell College
John Paris ’17 - MIT
- Letter winner in football (2) and lacrosse (4)
Andrew Zaiser ’16 - Kenyon College
Sam Gowen ’14 - Williams College
- Led the team in sacks his junior year
Jake Myers ’12 - Dickinson College
- Finished his career ranked 10th all-time in career tackles
Chris Burton ’08 - Gettysburg College
Elijah Weeks ’05 - Williams College
- Currently the Director of Player Development for Yale Athletics
- Spent 8 seasons as Assistant Lacrosse Coach at Wesleyan University
- Two-sport letter winner (football and lacrosse) at Williams College
Tony Alleyne ’01 - Wesleyan University
- Coached Track in NC
- Won 2006 Flag Football Championship in Charlotte, NC
- Coached football and basketball at St. Andrew's
Lyles Glenn ’74 - Washington & Lee, University of South Carolina
William (Bill) E. Stevenson ’62 - Washington & Lee University, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill