GREG MOSELY TABBED AS NEW NORTH GREENVILLE VOLLEYBALL COACH
Monday, February 1, 2010
GREG MOSELY TABBED AS NEW NORTH GREENVILLE VOLLEYBALL COACH

Tigerville, SC –

Greg Mosely, the headmaster at Hendersonville (NC) Christian School and the director and trainer of the Upstate Volleyball Club in Spartanburg, has been selected as the head volleyball coach at North Greenville University, it was announced by Director of Athletics Jan McDonald. Mosely, who has extensive experience in coaching and athletic administration, has been active training players from the Upstate of South Carolina in club competition, several of whom have gone on to Division I and II institutions. Most importantly, he has been able to integrate a Christian philosophy of athletics into his coaching positions at the club and high school levels. At Hendersonville Christian, Mosely has been responsible for 26 faculty and staff and a budget of over $800,000 and was the general contractor on a $400,000 facility expansion. Prior to moving to Hendersonville, Mosely was an Assistant Athletic Director at USC-Upstate where he began the athletic marketing program at that school as they prepared to move to Division I. Mosely was also the athletic director at Southside Christian School in Greenville from 1997-2006 and won two state volleyball championships, seven regional titles and was named Coach of the Year five times. He also coached the North All-Star team once. He began his coaching career at the Neuse Christian Academy in Raleigh, NC where he won three state championships, had one state runner-up finish, won six conference titles and was Coach of the Year four times. During his distinguished athletics career, Mosley has won 365 matches in volleyball, 363 games in boy’s basketball, and has also been a baseball, girl’s basketball, softball and boy’s soccer coach. A native of Jacksonville, FL, Mosely earned a bachelor’s degree in Youth Ministry from Liberty University in 1983. He added a master’s degree in sport science from the United States Sports Academy in 2006. While at Liberty, he was a four-year starter on the Flames’ football team. He was selected as an All-American in NCAA Division II in 1981 and also by the NAIA. He was also a national Player of the Week by the NAIA in 1981.