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Andrea Moss begins her second year as the Buccaneer pitching coach as she was hired on Jan. 11, 2011.
"We are excited to have Andrea join the ETSU softball staff," said head coach Brad Irwin. "Andrea will be a tremendous asset to our staff. She was an outstanding pitcher during her playing days and she has collegiate pitching coach experience. I know our pitchers will benefit from being able to work with her daily. She will also be a big help in our efforts to recruit highly talented and quality student-athletes. I am very pleased that we were able to add Andrea to our staff and am confident she will make an immediate impact on our program and with our pitching staff."
Moss was formerly the assistant softball coach at George Washington since August 2009, while beginning her coaching career at North Georgia in May of 2007.
In 2011, Moss saw senior Jessica Duncan lead the Bucs with eight wins and 10 complete games in 28 appearances. As a team, ETSU recorded three saves, which were the fourth most in a season in program history.
Meanwhile, in the classroom, the Bucs recorded the ninth highest grade-point-average among NCAA Division I teams after posting a 3.495 GPA, while eight ETSU players received NFCA All-American Scholar-Athlete honors after registering a GPA of 3.50 or higher in 2010-11.
During her stint at North Georgia, the Saints finished third at the 2009 Women's College World Series, while also capturing both the Peach Belt regular season and tournament championships. Moss, who had the privilege of coaching a First Team All-American and Peach Belt Pitcher of the Year selection, was part of the staff that received 2009 NFCA Southeast Regional Coaching Staff of the Year honors. Overall, the North Georgia softball program finished with a record of 50-5.
Along with the success on the field, Moss played a vital role in recruiting and implementing strength and conditioning plans for the players.
After her time with North Georgia, Moss moved north to take the assistant job at George Washington. Moss handled the recruiting duties and took over the reins of day-to-day operations of the program with the Colonials.