|Year:||1st season at Pacific in 2018-19|
|Previous College:||Nebraska (2013)|
Moore joined the Pacific women's basketball staff in the fall of 2018.
Moore will be actively involved with recruiting, scouting, game preparation and video coordination. She will also be highly involved with Summer Camps and women's basketball alumni relations. The former professional and collegiate guard will play a big role in helping develop Pacific's perimeter players.
A native of Covington, Washington, Moore spent the past two years as a graduate assistant at Arizona State where she worked under long-time head coach Charli Turner Thorne, who is second in wins all-time in the Pac-12. While Moore was on staff at ASU, the Sun Devils won 42 games and reached the second-round of the NCAA Tournament both years.
At Arizona State, Moore took on video coordinator duties, assisted in creating scouting reports on the opposition, managed a staff of student-managers and was critical in the organization of instructional camps at ASU. Academically, Moore earned a master's degree in higher and secondary education at ASU.
In 2015-16, Moore worked as a graduate assistant at Midland University, an NAIA institution in Freemont, Nebraska. While at Midland, Moore assisted in coaching the team, helped implement offensive and defensive systems and coached players in individual sessions. Moore also took on a recruiting role during the summer AAU season.
Prior to starting her coaching career, Moore played professionally with the WNBA's Minnesota Lynx and overseas in Italy and Australia. Moore, who played as a point guard, was drafted by Minnesota with the 12th pick of the first round in the 2013 WNBA Draft. While with the Lynx, she played for two seasons and helped the team to the 2013 WNBA Championship.
Her professional playing career also took her to Virtus Elite Le Spezia of Italy's LegA Basket Femminile and the West Coast Waves of the Australian Women's Basketball League.
She put together a successful collegiate career at Nebraska where she played in 132 games and scored 1,673 points. She averaged 12.7 points, 5.3 assists and 3.2 rebounds per game. In 2013, she shot at a clip of 46.8% from the field to carry herself to Associated Press All-American honors. That season, she was a candidate for the Wade Trophy, Naismith Collegiate Player of the Year and the John R. Wooden Award.
In 2012 and 2013, she was a finalist for the Nancy Lieberman Award which is awarded to the nation's top point guard. She was selected to the All-Big Ten team twice. Her 699 career assists at Nebraska is a program record. Moore led the Huskers to the NCAA Tournament three of the four years that she played there. In her senior season, Nebraska ran all the way to the Sweet Sixteen.