Wolf Moser was born on December 3, 1974 in Moultonboro, New Hampshire. He graduated from St. Paul's High School, where he began rowing in 1991. Wolf currently resides in Princeton, New Jersey.
Wolf's Major achievements include winning:
- A silver medal in the eight at the 2003 World Cup stop in Milan, Italy.
- A bronze medal in the eight at the 2002 Zurich World Cup stop in Lucerne, Switzerland.
- Winning the four at the 2000 Olympic Qualifying Regatta in Lucerne, Switzerland, he also served as a spare on the 1999 National Team.
- He finished fourth in the four with coxswain at the 1998 FISA World Championships and led Harvard to the title in the Ladies' Challenge Plate at the 1998 Henley Royal Regatta.
- Wolf finished fourth in the four with coxswain at the 1997 FISA World Championships.
- Led Harvard's varsity sight to a second-place finish at the 1998 EARC Eastern Sprints.
- Led Harvard's varsity eight to a third-place finish at the 1997 EARC Eastern Sprints.
Wolfe is a four-time national team member. He graduated with a degree in political science from Harvard. His full name is Wolfgang Moser.