Moberg steps down as Castleton women’s coach ‘to pursue other college coaching positions’

Castleton women’s head coach Steph Moberg has resigned her position “to pursue other college coaching positions,” the school announced Thursday.

A search for Moberg’s successor will begin immediately.

“I would like to thank Steph for her work with our women’s program over the last two years,” said Castleton associate dean for athletics and recreation Deanna Tyson in a statement. “She was instrumental in helping the team rise to the top of the conference, as well as earning the first national ranking in the program’s history. I wish her the best in her future coaching career.”

In two seasons, Moberg led the Spartans to a 31-20-4 record, while reaching the conference championship once and making a semifinal appearance last year.

Moberg is a 2010 graduate of Plattsburgh, where she won two NCAA titles and was a First-Team All-American as a senior. She served as an assistant coach at both Connecticut College and Colby before being hired at Castleton.