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Born and raised in South Philadelphia, Brett Moyer played football, basketball, and lacrosse at Ridley High School. As a defenseman in lacrosse, Brett was named All League, All State and All American in 2001 and 2002. Brett was named Defensive MVP in the State Championship Games in both 2001 and 2002. He was also named the County Player of the Year in 2002. Brett attended Hofstra University from 2003 through 2006. He was named CAA Rookie of the Year in 2003 and played for the USA U-19 Team in the World Games that year. Fortunate enough through the World Games, Brett was honored as an All-World Defenseman. Brett was named 3x All American, and 1st team in 2006. He was named Conference Defender of the Year in 2005 and 2006, and Inside Lacrosse Defenseman of the Year. Brett served as the Hofstra team captain in 2006 and played in the North/South Game that year, where he was named MVP of the games.
Upon graduation, Brett played professional lacrosse. He played pro indoor lacrosse for the Philadelphia Wings. He also played outdoor pro lacrosse for the Philadelphia Barrage and was a member of the Barrage World championship teams in 2006 and 2007. Brett coached several years at the US Merchant Marine Academy collegiately and has been a part of several of the top club programs with HEADstrong and Sweetlax Florida, along with training several of the top defenseman in the country year over year. Brett was a part of the ESPN Warrior 40 HS All American games and posted a 3-0 record as a coach.
Brett was inducted into the Philadelphia US Lacrosse Hall of Fame as a player in 2017.