Britt Moore is in his third season as the head of the men’s basketball program.
Moore directed the Panthers to their fifth straight AMCC tournament appearance in 2012-13. In the final week of the season, they went 3-0 against conference opponents, including a last-second victory over Medaille, to secure a spot in the postseason. It was a remarkable feat considering the Panthers were never in the final six spots for the tournament until the final day of the regular season.
Pitt-Bradford got off to its best start in 21 years and eventually finished 13-13, an improvement of three wins from the previous season. The team had a penchant for coming back in games, twice rallying from deficits of more than 19 points to eventually win in overtime. Sophomore Keith Burgess was named to the all-AMCC team, and senior Tyler Ferguson was honored as the 2012-13 Pitt-Bradford Male Athlete of the Year.
In his first season, Moore guided Pitt-Bradford to its fourth straight appearance in the AMCC postseason tournament while earning 10 victories. The Panthers led the league in free throw percentage and ranked ninth nationally. The team finished sixth in the AMCC and two players were named all-conference.
Moore came to Pitt-Bradford from Albright College in Reading, Pa., where he was an assistant coach from 2006-11, including the last two as associate head coach. While at Albright, Moore helped guide the Lions to the 2010 Middle Atlantic Commonwealth Conference championship, a berth into the national tournament and a 99-57 overall record. He coached the 2009-10 MWCC Player of the Year and served as the position coach for the 2008-09 MWCC Player of the Year and Division III News All-American honoree.
The Lions posted 15 or more victories in five of the six seasons while Moore was there. He also served as the men’s tennis coach.
Prior to joining Albright, Moore was an assistant at Misericordia University in Dallas, Pa. from 2004-06 and helped direct the team to a postseason berth.
Moore was a two-time letter winner on the men’s basketball team at King’s College from 2002-04. During his junior year, Moore led the Middle Atlantic Freedom Conference in field goal percentage and three-point field goal percentage, and led the Monarchs to consecutive postseason appearances. He was also a member of the Middle Atlantic Corporation All-Academic team as well.
Moore graduated from King’s College in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in communications, and he earned a master’s degree in sport management from Drexel University in 2010.
Moore currently resides in Bradford with his wife, Kristy, and their daughter Katie.