Coach Scott Moe is entering his 6th season as the Head Men’s Basketball Coach of Middle Georgia State University heading into the 2018-19 season. Moe served as the Head Men’s Basketball Coach of Middle Georgia College for the 11 years prior to his 5 seasons as the Head Coach at MGSU. Moe began his head coaching career in 2000-01 at MGC as the Head Women’s Basketball Coach. He finished that season with a 16-13 record, and was asked in July of 2001 to take over the men’s program. He then spent 11 seasons as the Men’s Head Coach from 2001-02 season to the 2013-14 season (Moe did not coach in 2004-05). His overall record over those 11 seasons was 222-146. In 2009-10 Moe lead the Warriors to their first trip to the NJCAA National tournament in 30 years. The Warriors were GJCAA Regular Season Champions as well as District 17 Tournament Champions. Moe was named GJCAA Coach of the Year as well as District 13 Coach of the Year. The Warriors finished 9th in the nation in the Final NJCAA National Poll that season.
The formation of Middle Georgia State University as a new institution from the consolidation of Middle Georgia College and Macon State College made Moe the inaugural Head Coach of the Men’s Basketball program for the 2013-14 season. The Knights played there final season as a member of the NJCAA and the GCAA before entering the NAIA and Southern States Athletic Conference in the 2014-15 season. Moe has compiled a 57-52 record in the 4 seasons as a member of the NAIA and SSAC. In the 2015-16 Season the Knights finished the regular season as Runner-up in the SSAC and also finished Runner –up in The SSAC Conference Tournament. In 2017-18 the Knights finished with a 15-13 overall record and a 9-9 conference record. Moe’s overall record as a Head Coach is 295-211.
Moe is married to the former Janet Deloach of Unadilla, Georgia. They have a son Zack (24) and a daughter-in-law Rachel (25) Moe who reside in Huntsville AL. They also have 4 other children. Hannah (22) is a senior at the University of Georgia, Kiley (20) is a junior at Georgia College and State University, Bray (19) is employed at Easters Seals of Georgia and Macy (17) is a senior at Bleckley County High School.