Jeff Moore is entering his second season with the Framingham
State University football program and will serve as the defensive
Moore spent the 2010 season as the head varsity football coach
at Lowell High School. Prior to that Moore was the head varsity
football coach at Dracut High school, where he led The Middies to
their first Super Bowl championship (2008) in twenty
years. His Dracut defense shut out Marshfield
As head coach at Dracut he was named 2008 Lowell Sun Coach of
the Year, 2008 New England Patriots Coach of the Week, and 2009 MVC
Coach of the Year. He was also the Head Football Coach/Strength and
Conditioning Coach at The Prestigious Groton School in 2007.
His overall record was 28-17 including two playoff appearances and
one State Championship. Prior to his head coaching days,
Moore served as an assistant coach at Lowell High from 1992-99,
North Andover High (OC) 2000-03, and Dracut High (DC) 2004-07
Coach Moore is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts,
Lowell, where he played football for the Chiefs. After leaving
UMass Lowell, Moore played for the Merrimack Valley
Outlaws and Gr. Lowell Nor’Easters.
Moore holds a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice from
Western New England College and is employed as a Police Officer in
the City of Lowell. He currently resides in Nashua, NH with
his wife, Kerry, and daughter Kayleigh.