The Seminoles are one of four remaining unbeaten teams in the nation.
Ileana Moschos is in her first season with the Seminole soccer program after spending two seasons as an assistant coach with Iowa State. A world-class goalkeeper, Moschos was a member of the Greek Women's National Team from 2002-2004 and started for Greece in the Olympics. Moschos brings more than 10 years of coaching experience to head coach Mark Krikorian's staff.
Moschos has coached at the collegiate level since 1998. She worked as an assistant at Iowa State, the University of North Texas, Sacramento State University, the University Of Wyoming and Davidson College. She has also coached in the Olympic Development Program as a member of the North Texas ODP staff in Dallas from 2002-2004.
As an assistant at Iowa State, Moschos played a key role in recruiting for the Cyclones. ISU's 2006 class was ranked 26 th-best in the nation and the second-best class in the Big 12. She was part of the Big 12 Coaching Staff of the Year in 2005 as the Cyclones advanced to the NCAA Tournament that season and finished a program-best second in the conference. Mochos' also worked with the Iowa State goalkeeper Joanna Haig who was recently named to the U-20 US Women's National Team for the FIFA World Championships in Russia. Under her guidance, Haig was named to the NSCAA All-Central Region Team in 2005 and All- Big 12 Second Team selection. The Iowa State standout keeper was also named a member of the Big 12 newcomer team in 2004, Soccer Buzz's 2004 All-Central Region Freshman Team, and a two-time Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week.
The Wofford College graduate has not only had success as a coach but also as a player. She started for her national side on their home turf in the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics. She was named the Most Valuable Goalkeeper for the WPSL in 2002 as a member of the California Storm. Moschos was a Northern California Regional Pool member in 2001 and selected to the Bay Area CyberRays training camp in 2001 after being invited to the inaugural WUSA combine and draft.
As a collegian, Moschos had a distinguished career at Wofford College. She was named and All-Southern Conference Tournament Team member in 1997, an NSCAA/Umbro All-South selection in 1996 and was the team's MVP that season as well. She served as team captain in 1997.
Moschos received an advanced national diploma from the
NSCAA this year and her national diploma in 2005. She has
been a licensed goalkeeping coach since 2000 by the NSCAA.
She received her bachelor's degree from Wofford in 1998 in
business economics. In 2000 she earned a master's degree
from the University of Wyoming in physical and health educa-tion