Hall of Fame - Inductee Detail

Chet Moeller

Chet Moeller

Details

  • Position: Safety
  • School: Navy
  • High School: Fairmont West (Kettering, OH)
  • Years: 1973-1975
  • Inducted: 2010
  • Date of Birth: Dec 20, 1953
  • Jersey Number: 48
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 189

Member Biography

The 1975 East Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Year, Chet Moeller became one of the most decorated football players in Navy history. That season, Navy had a defense that nationally was third overall, tenth against the run and with Chet leading the secondary, was fifth against the pass. A two-time ECAC All-Conference selection, Moeller was only the sixth Midshipmen to be selected as a unanimous All-America. He served as co-captain and registered 275 tackles during his career at Navy. Named an AP Player of the Week, he received the Ernie Davis Award at the Coaches All-America Game. He was given the Navy Academy Athletic Association Sword and named a Battalion Commander. Moeller was a second team NCAA Academic All-America and was a finalist for the NCAA Today�s Top Five. While at the Naval Academy, he earned Navy Academy Merit List and Superintendent�s List honors. Following his career at Navy, Moeller served as an officer in the United States Marine Corp. He has served as a board member for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, a deacon and an elder in his church. He was selected to the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial All-Stadium Team and is a charter member of the Fairmont, Ohio Hall of Fame. After serving in the military, Moeller became a computer consultant.