Kevin Moon

Girls Director of Coaching  |  G2004 Rave, G2008 Rave & Women's First Team Head Coach  |  Girls Soccer Collegiate Advisor



Coaching License: USSF A License

Years with the Club: Started in 2001

Hometown: Mililani, HI

Coaching History: Started as an assistant coach for Whitworth men's soccer after graduating from the program in 1990 and has helped coached men's and women's collegiate soccer as well as leading high school programs, club soccer programs and amateur / semi-professional soccer in Spokane since.

Playing History: Kevin played at Whitworth University, where he helped lead the program to three conference championships. He was also a member of the original Spokane Shadow Men's Team when it launched in 1995.

Coaching Experience
Spokane Shadow Youth Soccer Club: 2001 - present
Whitworth University: 1992-1996, 2001, 2010-2015
Whitworth Women’s Assistant Coach: 1992-1996, 2001, 2010-2015
Whitworth Men’s Assistant Coach: 1996, 2001, & 2017-2019
Riverside High School: 1997-2001
Washington State EPD
- 2010: G1998 Assistant Coach
- 2009: G1993 Assistant Coach
- 2008: G1995 Assistant Coach
Washington State Youth Soccer Coaching Education Program: 2010 Staff Instructor

Playing Experience
Whitworth College, 1988-1991
- Conference Champions 1988, 1989, 1990
Spokane Shadow Men (USL PDL), 1995


Coach Profile – Get to Know Coach Kevin Moon

November 8, 2021

Monday, November 8, 2021 In the late eighties, his mother was looking for a way to get Kevin Moon off the island. Little did the two of them know that attending Whitworth would lead to a life’s passion for the eventual coach and a change in culture for Spokane soccer. You only have to be…

Alum Larkin Russell to Play Professionally in Israel

November 5, 2020

Thursday, November 5, 2020 The club is thrilled to share that longtime youth player and Shadow Women’s First Team player Larkin Russell will soon be heading to Israel to play professionally with First Division side Hapoel Ra’anana. A member of the club since U11, Russell was a standout player that would go on to play…