Ryan C Moity
Head Coach
Coaching Duties
Head Varsity Coach
Additional Information

A New Orleans native, Coach Moity moved to Georgia in 2007. Coach Moity is in his 10th season at North and his 5th as the head coach.

Prior to coaching at North, Coach Moity spent 2006-2008 at Duluth High, where he was the head coach in 2008. Prior to Duluth, Ryan coached at his high school Alma Mata, Archbishop Hannan High School outside of New Orleans in 2004 and 2005.

Coach Moity was recognized by the Georgia Dugout Club as an Assistant Coach of the Year in 2013. In 2011, Ryan was honored by the Gwinnett Dugout Club as an "Assistant Coach of the Year" as well.

Last season, Coach Moity was recognized at the Gwinnett County coach of the year after leading the bulldogs to the Region 6-7A championship and the Final Four.

In his first 5 seasons as the head coach, Moity has led the bulldogs to a 144-52 record and post season births each year. In 2015, the Bulldogs were co-region champions, made it to the Elite 8 and finished the season ranked #6 in the state. In 2017, after Bulldogs posted the most wins in Gwinnett County history with 36, the Bulldogs finished in the Final 4.

Ryan played baseball at Loyola University, New Orleans, where he was an All-Conference outfielder for 2 seasons. Coach Moity holds the school record for most career at-bats (721) and most Career hits (228) while also finishing 2nd in career doubles, runs scored and stolen bases. On the single season list, Moity also holds the 2nd most hits (72) and runs (50). Coach Moity played in a record 221 straight games from 2001-2004. In 2010, Moity was selected to the All-Decade Team at Loyola.

Ryan teaches Health, Personal Fitness and Weight Training at North. Ryan and his wife of 15 years, Rachel, are the parents of three children; a daughter Addyson (11) and two sons, Brayden (9) and Easton (3).