NWC grad joins McCarty’s staff as a graduate assistant

July 27, 2022 1:13pm

Staff Release Graphic Brett Moser

ORANGE CITY, Iowa – Northwestern College head football coach Matt McCarty has announced the addition of 2021 Northwestern football graduate Brett Moser to the coaching staff as a graduate assistant, working with the team’s defensive line. He’ll begin his duties on August 1.

Moser, a 2021 All-American defensive lineman for the Red Raiders, is coming off a highly successful senior campaign for Northwestern. He sat second on the team in tackles for loss (8.0) and sacks (5.0), and fourth in tackles (50), while recording three quarterback hurries.

“We are excited to have Brett join our staff,” notes McCarty. “He is a former team captain who played a key role on some outstanding football teams for us. He will be a valuable addition to our staff.”

In his Red Raider career, he recorded 179 tackles, 12 sacks, forced a fumble and broke up four passes. He split time as a linebacker and defensive lineman for Defensive Coordinator Billy Kirch. He was a two-time All-Conference performer in the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC), including a First Team nod in 2021.

Moser (Rock Valley, Iowa) was a part of six Red Raider National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Football Championship Series (FCS) wins. He made two trips to the NAIA FCS Semifinals, plus a trip to the NAIA FCS National Championship game in 2020. He joins a graduate assistant staff of Sam Rall (quarterbacks) and Josh Fakkema (offensive line), both also being NWC football alums.

Moser is a 2021 graduate of Northwestern College with degrees in Elementary Education and Physical Education. His two brothers – Cade Moser and Cody Moser – still dawn the Red Raider football uniform. Moser’s favorite Bible verse is Philippians 4:13.