CAREER: In two seasons, has gone 23-34 in singles (20-19 in duals) and 18-28 in doubles (14-19 in duals).
PEPPERDINE 2011-12: Went 15-19 in singles (14-10 in duals) and 13-18 in doubles (10-14 in duals) ... Named to the WCC All-Academic first team ... Held down the #6 spot in the singles lineup with a 11-10 record and went 3-0 when playing #5 ... Paired with Ale Granillo in doubles for a 6-9 record, all from the #3 position ... Finished the dual campaign winning eight of the last 11 matches ... Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete ... Earned WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll "silver" honors.
PEPPERDINE 2010-11: Went 8-15 in singles as a freshman, including 6-9 in duals ... Went 6-5 when playing at #6 ... Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete ... 2-2 in singles versus WCC Opponents ... Went 5-10 in doubles, including 4-5 in duals ... 2-0 in doubles along with Anamika Bhargava ... Strung together a three-match win streak in singles during the dual season ... Recorded first collegiate singles win versus Jordan Dockendorf at the UCSB Classic during the fall season ... First doubles victory as a Wave came alongside Andrea Oates at the Kitty Harrison Tennis Classic ... Earned WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll "bronze" honors.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Jesuit High School, located in Portland, Ore., in 2010 ... Posted a career-singles record of 65-8 ... Earned all-state accolades all four seasons ... Four-time All-Metro League 6A honoree ... holds the Metro League record for the most shut-out victories in a single career ... Placed second in singles at the state championship as a freshman, and took third as a sophomore and a junior ... Four-time team MVP ... Was ranked in the top-five in the Northwest from 12s through 18s ... Led Jesuit H.S. to four Metro League titles and four Oregon State Championships ... Two-year member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honors Society.
PERSONAL: Born in Portland, Ore. ... Daughter of Rick and Paige Moore ... Has two brothers, Spencer and Tanner ... Mother played tennis at Oregon ... has an uncle, Mark, who played tennis at Washington ... Grandfather, Mick, played basketball at Washington ... Majoring in business ... Chose Pepperdine because of its "Christian foundation, strong academics, reputable law school, spectacular campus, but most of all the amazing tennis program and coaching staff."
FAVORITES: Enjoys wakeboarding, shopping, hiking and spending time with friends and family ... Favorite pro tennis player is Roger Federer ... Favorite book is One Hundred Years of Solitude ... Favorite TV show is Scrubs ... Favorite food is the In-N-Out double-double cheeseburger ... Favorite sport other than volleyball is basketball ... Favorite movie is Billy Madison ... Favorite musical artist is Ne-Yo.