Ileana Moschos has been with the Seminoles since February 2017. She brings over 20 years of experience in the realm of collegiate athletics. This is Moschos’ second stint at FSU as she previously coached with the Seminoles soccer staff in 2006-2007. Moschos started off again as an assistant coach for the women’s soccer team and then transitioned to Director of Operations for beach volleyball in November 2019. Ileana has been an integral part of a staff that has led FSU beach volleyball to two national championship runner-up finishes, four consecutive NCAA appearances, and four consecutive CCSA Championship titles. Moschos is directly involved with many facets for the program inclusive of fundraising, project development and the team’s community involvement.
Prior to Florida State, Moschos was an assistant soccer coach at the University of Pittsburgh for five years from 2012 to 2017. From 2007-2011 Moschos served as an assistant soccer coach at Creighton University. Moschos’ first assistant coaching opportunity was at Davidson College from 1998 to 1999.
Moschos graduated from Wofford College in 1998 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Economics and Accounting followed by a Master’s Degree in Sports Psychology from the University of Wyoming in 2000.
Moschos competed on the international level for the Greece Women’s National Football Team at the 2004 Summer Olympics as a goalkeeper. Moschos played for the Wofford Terriers at the collegiate level and played for the California Storm in 2004, winning a national championship.