Paul pays attention to the finer details when it comes to pitching and baseball. He’s a student of the game and is an excellent communicator. He is process driven which has led him to many successes on and off the field.  He has a passion for bio mechanics, and after his arm surgery and physical therapy he has been driven to teach the importance of arm care to younger players so they can extend their careers as long as possible. As a former left handed pitcher he is able to give insight to becoming a successful southpaw.
— Matt Walbeck

 High School:Specializes in Baseball- Pitching, Arm Care, Throwing Mechanics, and Batting    WBA Membership Manager

 

 

Prior to joining WBA's staff as pitching instructor and assistant coach for the 13U Fury, Paul recently finished his degree in Communication at San Francisco State University.

 

High School:

Paul grew up in Folsom, CA. and excelled both in the classroom and on the playing field where he was a three sport athlete for the Folsom Bulldogs.         
Graduated from Folsom High School in 2008, where he earned 2008 Marine Corps. Distinguished Athlete of the Year honors, and Folsom High School Athlete of the Year honors.

During his junior season, Moeller helped lead the Bulldogs to the Velta River League championship. He earned two letters in baseball, but was also a two-time letter-winner on the varsity basketball and football teams. As a wide receiver for the Bulldogs football team, he was named All-League.

In basketball, he helped the team to both the Delta River League and sectional titles, winning the sectional championship game at the Sacramento Kings (then named) Arco Arena. 

 

College:

Paul then spent 2009 at Cosumnes River Junior College, where he appeared in 15 games in relief as a freshman for coach Tony Bloomfield’s Hawks. 

Moeller posted a 3-0 record and an earned run average of 3.79 in his freshman year at Cosumnes. That summer, after pitching in discomfort for years, Paul had to undergo Tommy John surgery to replace a completely torn UCL in his elbow. Despite having this injury, three months out of surgery Moeller was offered a scholarship to play baseball at the University of the Pacific, where he continued to rehab for the next 11 months. 

Paul made his Tiger debut on Feb. 19, 2011 against Kansas State, coming out of the bullpen for three innings, allowing one earned with a pair of strikeouts. He took the hill for his first start on Feb. 26th against Kansas State, lasting 5.1 innings, while allowing only three hits. He spent that summer playing in the Alaska Baseball League (voted in the top 3 leagues in the nation) for the Anchorage Glacier Pilots.  

The next summer he played for the Marysville GoldSox, where he led the team in strikeouts and was among the league leaders in ERA.  

Paul finished up his college playing career pitching for the 2013 San Francisco State Gators where he threw 8.1 innings with a 1-1 record.

Paul plans to continue his education in Biomechanics and Physics and apply them to his knowledge of pitching.

 Follow Coach Paul on Twitter @Paul_Moeller    Contact Coach Paul at pmoeller@walbeckbaseball.com