David Moxom’s biography, net worth, fact, career, awards and life story

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15 May 1972, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, U.S.A.

48 years

David Moxom (born May 15, 1972) in Cleveland, Ohio is a retired American soccer player who spent most of his career in the U.S. indoor leagues. However, he was also a member of the Milwaukee Rampage’s 1997 championship team.

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Born in Ohio, Moxom grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where he played for the Pittsburgh Beadling. He graduated from Baldwin High School in 1990. He then attended Robert Morris University, playing soccer from 1991 to 1994. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications. He later earned an MBA in finance from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
In 1995, he signed with the Pittsburgh Stingers of the Continental Indoor Soccer League. In March 1996, the Kansas City Wiz selected Moxom in the second round (fifteenth overall) of the 1996 MLS Supplemental Draft. The Wiz released him on April 16, 1996. He then spent the 1996 season with the Carolina Dynamo of the USISL 20 (0) In the fall of 1996, Moxom signed with the Milwaukee Wave of the National Professional Soccer League. In March 1997, the Tampa Bay Mutiny selected Moxom in the first round (tenth overall) of the 1997 MLS Supplemental Draft. He never played for the Mutiny, but went on loan in the summer from the Wave to the Milwaukee Rampage of the USISL A-League, winning the league title that season. He also played one game on loan to the Jacksonville Cyclones for one game in June 1997. The Mutiny waived Moxom on April 1, 1998. He returned to the Wave in the fall of 1997. That season, Moxom and his team mates won the NPSL championship. He was forced to miss much of the 1998-1999 season after becoming ill with chronic ulcerative colitis (bleeding ulcer) during a trip to Brazil with the U.S. national futsal team. He made a come back in 1999, playing two more seasons with the Wave, winning another two league championships. In January 2000, he joined Team USA.
In 2003, he was hired by Morgan Stanley where he became a Wealth Advisor and Retirement Planning Specialist. He has also continued to coach on the youth level as well as providing color analysis for Wave television broadcasts.

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