Coach Moffett and Coach Matute have over 50 years of combined competitive and coaching experience.
Coach Moffett Head Boys Track Coach Norwalk High School
Coach Moffett was born and raised in Norwalk, CT. The Norwalk High graduate and three sport, national honor society member, went on to compete at the collegiate level and has returned to Norwalk to coach and teach. He still calls Norwalk his home, where he lives with his wife and 3 year old son.
While competing at Norwalk High School Coach Moffett was an All-FCIAC athlete in football, indoor track, and baseball. On the indoor track Moffett was an FCIAC champion in the hurdles. On the football field he was a two-way starter as a wide receiver and a defensive back earning All-FCIAC and All-State honors. Moffett continued his athletic career at Wesleyan University in Middletown CT as a wide receiver on the football team and a hurdler on the track team. The was a four-year starter on the football team led the league in receiving yards per game during his junior and senior seasons. He was selected to All NESCAC and All ECAC Offensive teams during both years. On the track, Moffett was a NESCAC, New England D3, and ECAC Champion in the high hurdles. He currently holds all three hurdle records at Wesleyan. During his Junior year he ran the 2nd fastest time nationally in Division 3 for the season. During his senior year, he placed 7th at the Division 3 Indoor National Track and Field Championships, earning All-American status. Coach Moffett began his first season as a head coach in 2005 as the Girls Indoor Track coach. He is currently the Head Boys Track and Field Coach. Specializing in the hurdles, Moffett has coached 8 different FCIAC champions in the event during his 13 years. Of those 8, 4 were also state champions and 1 New England champ. During Coach Moffett’s first 10 years of coaching, a Norwalk hurdler was crowned FCIAC champ. In 2008, the CT Post selected him as the Outdoor Track coach of the year. Coach Moffett is currently the Offensive coordinator for the Norwalk High football team. Coach Moffett’s continuously growing knowledge from his years of competition to coaching makes him a value to any youth athlete. His love of sport and education make him a great asset to any youth athlete looking to learn and improve in athletics.
Coach Matute Head Girls Track Coach Brien McMahon High School
Coach Rudy Grew up in Norwalk, CT and graduated from Brien McMahon High School in 1990. Rudy was a Three sport athlete and was an All-FCIAC athlete in indoor track as well as All-City and All-West in soccer and track and field. Rudy was part of the Southern Connecticut Track team for one season. Rudy focused on his studies and decided to end his collegiate career early. Coach Rudy presently lives in Milford, CT with his wife and 10-month-old daughter.
Coach Rudy was hired by Norwalk Public Schools as a School in 1997 and continues to work for Norwalk Public School to this day. Coach Rudy had his first coaching experience from 1997-2000 as a boy's junior varsity soccer coach and boys head soccer coach. From 2002-2006 Rudy volunteered as a jumping coach at Brien McMahon High School. In 2006 he became the assistant outdoor track coach at Norwalk high School, where he worked alongside coach Bill Martin and Coach Pat Moffet. In 2015 Coach Rudy was hired as the head indoor and outdoor track coach at Brien McMahon High School.
Coach Rudy has over 20 years of experience coaching track and Field and specializes in all jumping events such as long jump, high jump, triple jump and pole vault. Coach Rudy has had a great deal with success developing top jumpers dating back from 1997. In the past three years alone, he has developed 1 FCIAC long jump champion, two runner-up FCIAC long jumper, one runner up triple jumper and High Jumper. one state champion in triple jump and three runner-up state champions in high jump, long jump and triple jump in both genders. Most recently, Coach Rudy coached a state champion girls 4x200 meter relay in this past indoor season. Coach Rudy has a great deal of passion for the sport of track and field. His goal is to help develop more awareness for the sport of track and field as well as to develop young athletes achieve their full potential.