Lynnette Moster enters her second season as an assistant coach with Georgetown volleyball. With the Hoyas, Moster's primary duties are training the team's outside hitters and defensive specialist. She also assists in all areas of program development, including recruiting, team travel and equipment. In her first year on the Hilltop she helped guide Georgetown volleyball to one of the biggest turnarounds in program history, improving by nine games overall and six games in conference, going from 15th in the BIG EAST to eighth in 2008.
Prior to Georgetown, Moster spent one year as an assistant coach to Kelly Sheffield at University at Albany. At Albany, the Great Danes finished 24-10 and became just the third women's volleyball team in school history to reach the NCAA Tournament and the third sport to advance past the first round of play. Albany finished their season with a loss to the National Champions, Penn State.
Moster, an outside hitter at Georgia Tech from 2001-04, was a three-time American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-American and the first three-time AVCA All-American in Atlantic Coast Conference history. Through her career in Atlanta, Moster was named the 2004 Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year, was a three-time All-ACC first-team honoree and All-ACC second-team during her freshman year, was selected at Georgia Tech's female student-athlete of the year in 2002-03 and was named MVP of the 2002 ACC Tournament. Moster is the Yellow Jackets' all-time leader in kills and is ranked among the school's top five in career digs, aces and hitting percentage.
Moster was a member of the U.S. National Team, training under Head Coach Jenny Lang Ping's as an outside hitter and libero. Moster also played professionally in Puerto Rico as an outside hitter with Gigantes de Carolina, where she was selected to the league's all-star team.
Moster, a native of Liberty, Ind., graduated with a bachelor's degree in management from Georgia Tech in December 2006. She has gained coaching experience on a variety of levels, including elementary, middle and high school, along with several summer camps.