Goalkeeper / Assistant Coach
Jeremiah (J) Moody grew up in a military family and has spent many years in different parts of the globe playing, coaching and watching this great game. As a boy on the west coast watching the likes of Preki, Steve Zungul and Mike Dowler with the Tacoma Stars MISL team, he developed a passion for the game that stuck. J spent his early days as a keeper but later moved into the field where he played through high school and two years at the University of Maine Presque Isle where he helped the Owls win their conference, NCC at the time, with 4 goals as a freshman. After his sophomore season J joined the Army and was stationed in Landstuhl Germany where he played in net for the Kaiserslautern regional team. He also won the European Armed Forces Championship with the K-town volleyball team as an outside hitter.
While in Germany he married, had his first son and later a second son upon returning to the US. He found another side of the game and started coaching when the boys got a little older. J’s been coaching now for 10 years at various levels of the game and has helped coach Seacoast United Maine teams to the Granite State Championships, Region I Championships and Super Y Nationals. He is also the Boys Director of Soccer at Bonny Eagle Soccer Club and head coach for the Seacoast United Goalkeeper School in Gorham. J holds the NSCAA National GK License, and just completed the USSF C Course in August of 2014.
Harris is a native of Plymouth, Maine and played soccer at Nokomis High School where he graduated in 1997. He served in the Air Force for four years stationed at the Barksdale Air Force Base in Shreveport, Louisiana. Harris returned to Maine and is currently in the Air National Guard. He played soccer at Southern Maine Community College in South Portland and earned his AAS in Fire Science Technology.
Harris currently holds a USSF D License and a NSCAA Regional Goalkeeping License and has been coaching premier soccer in Maine since 2003, working with the Maine Terriers Soccer Club. He also coaches for Odyssey Sport 97 and works with boys teams from U12 to U16, youth clinics, and camps. Harris is a SoccerMaine Olympic Development coach, and has worked with 1992 and 1996 girls teams.
Josh lives in Portland with his wife, Jenelle Harris, and daughter Ainsley and is employed by the city of Auburn as a Fire Fighter/EMT.