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Ed Moses
Ed  Moses

Volunteer Assistant Coach

Ed Moses is in his fifth season as a volunteer assistant swimming coach at Virginia while pursuing a professional swimming career. He graduated from UVa in 2004 with a degree in sports medicine.

Moses, one of the top breaststrokers in the world, was named a 2003 U.S. Swimming All-American in the 100 and 200-meter breaststroke. He has won 11 U.S. National titles, including the 100-meter breast at the 2003 Spring Nationals. Moses broke his own American record in winning the 100 breast (1:00.21) at the 2003 Spring Nationals. He has also set numerous world records in the breaststroke events. In 2004, he broke the world short course record in the 200-meter breaststroke at the World Cup meet held in Berlin. In January of 2002, Moses set five world records in three days during the 2001-02 FINA World Cup series. He set the short course world records in the 50, 100 and 200-meter breaststroke, and then proceeded to break his record in the 200 twice.

Moses represented the USA in the 2000 Olympic Games, where he won two medals. He was a gold medalist on the USA's world record setting 400 medley relay and a silver medalist in the 100 breaststroke.

While at Virginia, he was the 1999 ACC Rookie of the Year, a three-time ACC champion, a six-time All-American, the NCAA Swimmer of the 2000 Championship, and UVa's first two-time NCAA champion (100 and 200 breast). He set the short course world records in winning the NCAA titles in the 100 and 200-meter breaststroke. Moses was selected to the ACC's 50th Anniversary Men's Swimming and Diving Team in August of 2002.


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