Notes: By the numbers, Moore has averaged one shot per game during her career at Western (57 gms, 57 shots) ... Enters the season tied for 8th on the WCU career goals chart (11) and tied for 7th on the assists list (9) ... Her 31 career points ranks 8th on the all-time list ... Is also ranked 14th on the career games played list and could possibly break the top five.
2004: Named the women's soccer 2004 Most Valuable Player by her coaches and teammates ... Scored two goals in Western's win over The Citadel (10/29/04), marking her second-career multi-goal game ... Tallied her third score in the regular season finale, a 6-1 win over Georgia Southern (10/31/04) ... Named to SoCon TIAA-CREF Fall Academic All-Conference Team ... Also named to the Arthur Ashe Sports Scholars Team for 2005 (3rd team, women's soccer) published by Black Issues in Higher Education.
2003: Named to the TIAA/CREF Academic All-Conference team for fall sports ... Started 11 of 20 matches as a sophomore ... Combined with teammate Meghan Reilly for the game-winning assist at Elon (9/12), in the two teams' first ever meeting as SoCon opponents ... Netted the game-winning goal in the second half against Appalachian State (10/21/03) to give the Cats the 2-1 victory.
2002: Named SoCon Player of the Week (9/2/02) ... Started 15 of 19 games played ... Led the team in goals (7) and posted two assists to lead the team in points (16) ... Scored a hat trick in her first collegiate match against Florida International to give the Cats the 3-1 win ... Was just the second Catamount to ever record a hat trick ... Named to the Clemson Invitational All-Tournament team after scoring WCU's only goal against the nationally-ranked Tennessee Volunteers (9/13/03).
High School: Started varsity all four years ... In 1999 she led her team to the State Championship ... Recorded 30 goals and 17 assists as a senior ... Selected as a McDonald's/Powerade High School All-American.
Club: Led her St. Giles United Storm club team with 156 goals and 90 assists during her career ... Led the team to seven South Carolina State Championships.