Porter Moser

Porter Moser (born August 24, 1968)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Oklahoma Sooners
Current conference: Southeastern Conference (SEC)
Little Rock record: 54-34 (.614)
Illinois State record: 51-67 (.432)
Loyola (IL) record: 188-141 (.571)
Oklahoma record: 54-45 (.545)
Overall record: 347-287 (.547)

Career Accomplishments:


Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2021-present Oklahoma
2011-2021 Loyola (IL)
2008-2011 Saint Louis (assoc. HC)
2007-2008 Saint Louis (asst)
2003-2007 Illinois State
2000-2003 Arkansas-Little Rock
1998-2000 Arkansas-Little Rock (asst)
1996-1998 Texas A&M (asst)
1995-1996 Milwaukee (asst)
1991-1995 Texas A&M (asst)
1990-1991 Creighton (grad. asst)

Porter Moser Facts

  • Porter Andrew Moser
  • Born August 24, 1968
  • Hometown: Naperville, Illinois
  • Alma Mater: Creighton University (BA, 1990)
  • Was a two-year starter at Creighton, playing under head coach Tony Barone
  • Spent seven seasons as an assistant under Barone, first as a grad assistant at Creighton for one year and then separate stints of four and two years as a full-time assistant at Texas A&M
    • In between stints, spent one year assisting Ric Cobb at Milwaukee
  • Was an asst for two years at Arkansas-Little Rock, one each under Wimp Sanderson and Sidney Moncrief, before becoming head coach in 2000
    • Won 18 games in each of his three seasons leading the Trojans’ program
  • Moved on to Illinois State in 2003, where he won 51 games in four seasons as head coach
  • Between head coaching positions at Illinois State and Loyola, was an assistant/associate head coach at Saint Louis for the late Rick Majerus
  • Moser has been the head coach at Loyola Chicago since 2011, with 162 wins during his tenure thus far
  • Hired in April 2021 to be the new head coach at Oklahoma, replacing the retired Lon Kruger
    • Is 54-45 through three seasons at the helm; OU moved to the SEC starting with the 2024-25 season

Porter Moser Coaching Tree