Ed Moskal is in his 11th year with the Saint Peter’s University baseball team in 2017. Along with serving as an assistant coach, he is also the team's academic moderator, advising and counseling student-athletes helping maintain the squad's GPA. During the last five Academic Years the Team has achieved its highest ever Cumulative GPA, which is now 3.2 and many players were named to the MAAC All-Academic Team.
Prior to Saint Peter’s, Moskal was an assistant coach for two years and head coach for four years at County College of Morris in Randolph, N.J. Coaching in one of the most competitive Junior College regions in the country, his teams posted a 105–80 record. He sent five players into professional ball. Twelve players were named to the National Junior College All-Region team and many players were sent to top four year colleges and summer baseball leagues (Cape Cod, Southern Collegiate, and Texas League). During the 2005 season, Moskal’s team led the nation in hitting with a .387 average and was ranked 12th in the country. In 2004, his team was ranked second nationally in hitting. While also coaching at County College of Morris, during the summer Moskal coached for Coast to Coast Baseball where he led USA amateur baseball players from around the country in games played in Puerto Rico. Currently, he is on the Coast to Coast Baseball Advisory Board with other College coaches and MLB scouts. Moskal also coached the 2004 Jersey Cyclones AAU Baseball Team that won the Cooperstown Baseball World Championship.
Moskal is a graduate of Saint Peter’s University, and has Master’s Degrees from the University of Notre Dame, and Stevens Institute of Technology. He played college baseball at Saint Peter’s where he was team captain and nominated for All-American honors in 1979 during his senior year. He ranks in the Saint Peter’s University top 20 for career home runs and fielding percentage and is tied for fourth place for most home runs in a season. After graduating from Saint Peter’s, Moskal was invited to the Newark Co-Pilots training camp of the Class A New York-Penn League.
Moskal played high school baseball at St. Pius X in Piscataway where he helped lead the team to three consecutive Raritan Valley Conference Championships. During his senior year in high school he was invited to a Cincinnati Reds pre-draft workout and was the center-fielder for the South Orange Dolphins playing in the Essex County League with members of the Seton Hall University Baseball Team that participated in the 1975 College World Series. While in College, Moskal played in the Jersey City Men’s League, the New Brunswick Men’s League, the Metropolitan Baseball League, and the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League.
Outside of baseball, Moskal is on the Board of Directors at Catholic Charities & Community Services in Paterson, NJ. At the University, Moskal is the Chair of the Department of Computer & Information Sciences and Director of the new Master’s of Science in Cyber Security program and the University Cyber Security Center. Professor Moskal teaches, Cyber Security, Digital Forensics, Mobile & Wireless Communications, and Disaster Recovery courses in both the Undergraduate and Graduate level. He is involved in numerous University committees including Rank and Tenure, Distance Learning, Middlestates Assessment, and Information Technology Strategic Planning, and has been President of the Saint Peter’s University AAUP.
Prior to teaching at Saint Peter’s University, Moskal worked in the information technology field for 24 year as a Senior Manager with Ernst & Young leading the New York Office Application Controls and Security Consulting Practice and with American Cyanamid as Manager of International Telecommunications & Computer Operations, Manager of Software Development, and Manager of Information Technology Audit.