Arlington, Va. – Marymount University named Stephen Moskal as the new head coach of the Saints golf program, as announced by director of athletics Debbie Warren on Friday.
“We are extremely excited to bring in Stephen as the new coach of the Marymount golf team,” Warren said. “His mix of experience on the professional tour, years of instructional training and local ties are a perfect combination to lead the Saints program.”
Moskal is currently the Director of Instruction at TopGolf in Alexandria, Va. At TopGolf, he has coached multiple nationally-ranked juniors and state amateur champions while also training under Top 100 instructor Mitchell Spearman, best known for working with major champions Nick Faldo and Ian Baker Finch.
A former professional golfer in Europe, Moskal turned pro in 1993 as a member of the French National Circuit and also spent time on the United Kingdom Mastercard Tour and the European Challenge Tour. Following a seven-year professional career, Moskal turned to teaching full-time in 1999.
Relocating to the Northern Virginia area in 2000, Moskal served as the Director of Instruction at Fair Oaks Golf Park in nearby Fairfax, Va. At Fair Oaks, he established the Junior Golf Academy and organized over 20 tournaments a year. Prior to returning the U.S., Moskal was head golf pro at Golf de Chevannes-Mennecy from 1997-2000 and the assistant pro at Golf de St. Cloud from 1990-98, both in Paris.
A 1990 graduate of Furman University with a degree in philosophy, Moskal was a four year letterwinner with the Paladins and was a member of the academic honor roll. He has held his Golf Fitness Instructor Certification since 2002.
Moskal currently resides in Centreville, Va., with his wife Emilie and children Thomas and Suzan.