|3 Nardia Moore
2001: Started in all 22 games for the Catamounts... Named to the Soccer Buzz Magazine All-Southeast Region third Team... Named to the All-Conference second team as well as the All-Tournament team for the second consecutive year... Finished the season seventh in the conference in points (26), ninth in points per game (1.18), tied for ninth in goals (9), tied for seventh in assists (8) and eighth in assists per game (0.36)... Finished third on the team in points, goals, assists and shots on goal (25)... Led the team in shot percentage (.209) and was second in shots on goal percentage (.581)...Scored both goals in a 2-1 semi-final victory over Georgia Southern in the Conference Tournament.
2000: Named second team All-Southern Conference and All-Tournament... Started in all 21 games... Scored the game winning goals against South Carolina State (9/5) and Georgia Southern (11/3)... Holds the WCU record for single-season goals with 15... Tied for a team-high 26 points... Tied for seventh in the conference with 57 shots in 21 games... Was a team captain... Split time as a forward and central midfielder.
1999: Named Freshman of the Year for first year programs by Soccer Buzz Magazine... Also named to the All-National Team in the same category... Scored the first goal in WCU history against Troy State (9/4)... Recorded a team-high 15 goals including a career-high two goals in four games... Dished out eight assists... Scored the game-winning goal against Troy State (9/4) in a 2-0 shutout and in a 3-0 shutout against Limestone (9/16)... Recorded a career-high four assists against Columbia (9/19)... Ranked fourth in the conference in scoring, third in goal averages and second in points.
High School: A four-time all-region selection for Coach Butch Clark... Won the team award for most goals and most assists in each of her last three seasons... Led her team to win the state championships her senior year... A member of the South Carolina Olympic Development team.
Club: Competed for seven years with the Upstate Blazers and helped lead the team with fellow Catamounts Kelly Barker, Kyla Deon and Meghan Doherty, to the state championship six times, advancing to the regional semi-finals in 1998.