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Head Varsity Football Coach

Phone: (828) ***-****x***  HQ Phone
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Christ School
500 Christ School Road
Arden , North Carolina 28704
United States

Company Description: Since 1900, Christ School has improved the society in which we live by preparing our students for the intellectual and social challenges they will face in college...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Notre Dame High School
  • degree , communications
    Wake Forest University
  • bachelor's degree , communications
    Wake Forest
  • bachelor?s degree , communications
    Wake Forest
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Christ School: Faculty Profiles
www.christschool.org, 6 Jan 2015 [cached]
Mark Moroz
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Mark Moroz teaches in the Learning Resources and English departments. He also serves as head football coach and Head of Young House. Mark earned his Bachelor's degree in Communication from Wake Forest University, where he played football. Following a professional football career, he coached at Wake Forest for two years, and then moved to Forsyth Country Day School where he taught English and music. He also served as head football coach and assistant athletic director at FCDS.
Christ School: Athletic News & Info
www.christschool.org, 6 Jan 2015 [cached]
Coach Mark Moroz Indicted into Notre Dame Wall Of Fame
Pictured above, Notre Dame principal Ralph Defazio (second from right) welcomed Mark Moroz (left), Nick Nero and Shannon Briggs back to their alma mater for induction into the high school's Wall of Fame Friday.
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Coach Mark Moroz in Notre Dame Wall Of Fame
Christ School's Coach Mark Moroz returned to his alma mater, Notre Dame High School in Canada, last week to receive induction into the high school's Wall of Fame.
This honor was a nice surprise for Mark Moroz, and an opportunity to visit his hometown. "During my time in High School, I would look up at the wall of fame but never imaged to see my name up there."
Mark Moroz teaches in the Learning Resources and English departments. He also serves as head football coach and Head of Young House. Mark earned his Bachelor's degree in Communication from Wake Forest University, where he played football. Following a professional football career, he coached at Wake Forest for two years, and then moved to Forsyth Country Day School where he taught English and music and served as head football coach and Assistant Athletic Director.
Head Coach Mark Moroz took over the Christ School Football program in 2011 and led the Greenies to a school record of 8 consecutive victories and an 8-1 record that season. In 2012, Coach Moroz improved on the previous season as the Greenies won all of their regular season games to go 10-0, including a 52-7 victory against Asheville School in the "The Game. Christ School went on to win two playoff games and advanced to the Championship Game.
In the last 2 seasons, the Greenies have retained the Trophy with wins over Asheville School. This year, 2014, was the third consecutive year that the Greenies had reached at least the semi-final round. a testament to the leadership of Coach Moroz. His football team's combined record over the past four years is 35-10.
Moroz said that the Wall of Fame honor was also "a great experience to return to my high school and be part of the ceremony."
Staff Biographies
www.fcds.org, 6 Aug 2010 [cached]
Mark Moroz
Head Football Coach, Assistant Athletic Director, MAP
Phone: 945-3151 ext. 388
E-mail: MarkMoroz@fcds.org
Mark Moroz is originally from Welland, Ontario, Canada, where he attended Notre Dame High School. There, Moroz excelled on the football field and in the classroom, and was recognized as a 1st team All-Canadian member for football and academics. Moroz was also a member of his high school's basketball, soccer, and lacrosse teams. It was football, however, that provided him the opportunity to attend Wake Forest University on a full football scholarship. At Wake Forest, Moroz started as a tight end during his true freshman year, and went on to start at offensive tackle for the following three seasons. In 2002, he posted 149 knockdowns (13.5 per game), which still stands as the record for most knockdowns in a season by an offensive lineman at Wake Forest. That same year, Moroz was selected to the All-ACC 2nd team as the Deacons went on to defeat Oregon in the Seattle Bowl. In 2003, he was honored as a 4th team All-American and as a 1st team All-ACC member. After the 2003 season, Moroz played in two college all-star games, The Hula Bowl in Maui, Hawaii, and the Blue Grey Classic in Alabama. He was also named to Wake Forest's All Decade Team. He graduated from Wake Forest University in 2003 with a degree in Communications. Moroz signed a free agent contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFL and was also drafted in the 1st round, 4th player overall, in the Canadian Football League draft. He spent 4 months with Tampa Bay before being released. He then moved to Toronto, where he helped the Argonauts win the Grey Cup Championship. He played for Toronto for two seasons before being traded to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. In 2006, Moroz retired from playing football and decided to go into coaching. He took a position with Wake Forest as the football team's recruiting assistant and helped the Deacs go on to win an ACC championship and an appearance in the BCS Orange Bowl in Miami, FL. In 2007, Moroz assisted the Deacons' defensive staff as they went on to defeat Connecticut in the Meineke Car Care Bowl in Charlotte, NC. Moroz is also musically talented, and he enjoys playing guitar, piano, and saxophone.
Another Side of Mark ...
www.journalnow.net, 27 Jan 2010 [cached]
Another Side of Mark Moroz My Take on Wake - Another Side of Mark Moroz | JournalNow.com
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Another Side of Mark Moroz
Mark Moroz, an All-ACC tackle for Wake Forest in 2002, somehow survived the rigors of trench warfare in college football with no permanent damage to his fingers. Good thing too, because tonight Moroz will put all 10 digits to use playing guitar and keyboards.
Moroz, who for the past two seasons has been the head football coach at Forsyth Country Day, is an accomplished musician who has been playing semi-regularly with some good friends. They've put together a band, and for a few months now have been threatening to play at our Open Mic at the Garage, located at 7th and Trade downtown. Tonight, barring some unforeseen development over the next six hours, the band is going to make good on that threat.
Moroz said the band is called Am-Can, because two of the members (including Moroz) are Canadian and two are American. He says they've got a killer version of Come Sail Away by Styx worked up, which I can't wait to hear.
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Mark Moroz on 01/31/2010 (11:44 am)
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Mark is a good guy.
And Forsyth Country Day will open ...
www2.journalnow.com, 29 Aug 2008 [cached]
And Forsyth Country Day will open its season at Rock Hill (S.C.) Westminster Catawba in the head-coaching debut of Mark Moroz, a former offensive lineman at Wake Forest.
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