Honors and Awards
- CoSIDA Academic All-American Second Team (2015)
- CoSIDA Academic All-District 7 (2015)
- All-Summit League First Team (2014, 2015)
- Summit League Offensive Player of the Week (week of Sept. 8, 2015)
- Summit League Offensive Player of the Week (week of Nov. 9, 2015)
- College Soccer News National Team of the Week (week of Sept. 8, 2015)
- Topdrawersoccer.com Team of the Week (week of Sept. 8, 2015)
- Summit League All-Tournament Team (2015)
- Summit League Academic All-League (2014, 2015)
- All-Summit League Newcomer Team (2013)
- Summit League Academic Honor Roll (2013, 2014, 2015)
- Summit League Distinguished Scholar (2013, 2014, 2015)
- Summit League Offensive Player-of-the-Week (Sept. 8, 2014)
- Summit League Offensive Player-of-the-Week (Oct. 27, 2014)
2015 (Junior) Season Statistics
Served as a captain during the 2015 campaign…named to the All-Summit League First Team and Academic Team…finished second in the Summit League with 20 points…finished tied for second in the Summit League with 7 goals…led the Summit League in shots with 51…tied the school record with two goals vs. Eastern Illinois on Nov. 7…became the school record holder for career assists with 18…broke the single season record with shots attempted (51), shots on goal (24), and games started (18).
2014 (Sophomore) Season Statistics
Served as a captain during the 2014 campaign…earned All-Summit League First Team honors…appeared in 17 games this season with 14 starts….scored three goals and had a team-best ten assists…led the Summit League with ten assists and tied for third with 16 total points…his assist total set an Omaha single season record…earned two Offensive Player-of-the-Week awards…Moulton racked up five points in a pair of Omaha victories to earn his first career honor on Sept. 8…On Oct. 27, he claimed his second career award after a six-point week….scored a goal and dished out two assists against Denver on Oct. 25.
Named to the All-Summit League Newcomer Team after recording two goals and two assists in his first season at UNO...had 30 shots and put 11 shots on goal...had five points (2g, 1a) in conference play to tie for eighth among all players...played in all 16 games and started nine...scored his first career goal and point against Western Illinois on Sept. 28...scored the first goal on the brand new Caniglia Field on Oct. 26 against Oral Roberts.
Finished his high school career at Creighton Prep with two Class A state championships and one runner-up finish and a combined record of 59-5...scored 26 goals and had 17 assists as a senior to finish second in the state in scoring, earning Omaha World-Herald All-Nebraska and Lincoln Journal Star Super-State honors...guided the Junior Jays to a runner-up finish in the state tournament in 2013 with a final record of 17-4 and finished as the school's career assists leader with 35...as a junior, was named the 2012 NSCAA Nebraska High School Player of the Year and was one of 44 players selected to the NSCAA All-Region V team featuring the top players in Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska and Wisconsin...was also named the Omaha World-Herald All-Nebraska honorary captain after leading the Junior Jays to their second straight state championship in 2012...was Class A's second-leading scorer with 18 goals and 15 assists...scored a goal in Prep's 2-0 win over Omaha Westside in the 2012 Class A state championship game and netted the winning goal in Prep's 2-1 win over Grand Island in the 2011 Class A state championship game as a sophomore...played club soccer for OFC Elite 1 under coach Mike Dean, winning four straight state championships and advancing as far as the Region II semifinals...at the 2013 Region II tournament, posted three goals to lead OFC and finish second in the tournament in the U18 age group in goals.
Born Mark Albert Moulton Jr., on Oct. 20, 1994 in Richmond, Va....son of Mark Sr. and Audrey Moulton...has one sister, Annette, and three brothers, Marcello, John and Lupe...plans to major in engineering or business.