Chuck Moore will serve in his first USA Basketball coaching assignment as a court coach at the 2018 USA Men’s U18 National Team Training Camp.
In five seasons (2013-14 to 2017-18) as the men’s basketball coach at Richard Bland, Moore compiled a 126-42 record (.750 winning percentage), won the 2015 NJCAA Division II National Championship and reached the 2017 NJCAA Division II Final Four.
“It is an unbelievable honor to be selected as a court coach for the USA Men’s U18 National Team Training Camp,” Moore said. “This opportunity will definitely be one of the highlights of my coaching career. I look forward to working with an elite coaching staff and some of the most talented players in the USA, and I will bring energy, passion and knowledge to every drill and practice. My intensity and love for the game will hopefully be apparent to everyone involved in the camp.”
He led Richard Bland to two 30+ win seasons and four seasons of 20+ wins.
Moore has been honored as the 2015 NJCAA Division II Coach of the Year, the 2015 NJCAA Division II District 6 Coach of the Year, the 2015 NABC Junior College Coach of the Year and the 2017 and 2018 NJCAA Division II District 15 Coach of the Year.
In his debut season in 2013-14, he led the Statesman to a 27-4 season and a No. 1 rank in the national poll.
In his second year, Moore led Richard Bland to the 2015 NJCAA Division II National Championship with a 32-4 record, including a Region 10 Tournament Championship.
During 2016-17, Moore led Richard Bland to a 30-6 mark and a second NCAA DII National Tournament Final Four appearance in three years, after winning the Region 10 Tournament Championship.
Moore began his collegiate coaching career at Patrick Henry Community College in Martinsville, Virginia, for two seasons (2007-08 to 2008-09), posting a record of 48-16 (.750).
Patrick Henry was a perfect 16-0 in Region 10 in 2008-09, earning Moore Region 10 Coach of the Year honors.
His 2007-08 team won the Virginia Community College System State Championship, and Moore's success with the Patriots earned him election into that college's Hall of Fame.
Moore served as an assistant coach at Randolph-Macon College for two seasons (2010-11 to 2011-12), helping the Yellow Jackets compile a record of 46-12, while making two NCAA Division III National Tournament appearances and winning the 2011 Old Dominion Athletic Conference regular season and tournament championships.
He began coaching basketball as an assistant at his alma mater Kecoughtan High School in Hampton, Virginia, and he went on to serve as a head junior varsity coach at Hampton Roads Academy and as a head coach and athletic director at Amelia Academy.
A native of Hampton, Virginia, Moore is a graduate of Christopher Newport University and earned a master’s degree in sports management from American Public University.
He is the father of a 16-year old son, Trey, who attends Life Christian Academy in Chester.