Bears drop a 3-0 decision to visiting Arkansas to wrap up four-match home stand.
The Bears midfield has a plethora of depth and versatility, giving head coach Rob Brewer flexibility with matchups.
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At Missouri State: Moore is a sparkplug that can fill a variety of roles as a technically-sound player.
Background: Moore started and lettered all four seasons at midfield for head coach Warren Smith at Westminster Christian Academy. She earned first-team all-conference and all-metro honors, and received team MVP laurels her senior year. She was the team captain and led the team with 11 assists and four goals. Her junior year, she earned second-team all-conference accolades and scored five goals for the season and was awarded team MVP. Her sophomore year, she also received team MVP honors and, as a freshman, received the team Rookie of the Year award. Moore played for St. Louis Scott Gallagher for five years and was team captain for her final two seasons. She also led her team to a first-place finish in the women's golf State Championship her senior year and placed third overall. That year, she received All-Metro Sportsmanship, first-team All-Metro, and Player of the Year honors. Her junior year, she placed fifteenth overall and received second-team All-metro honors. She also was on the swim team for her first two seasons at Westminster.
Personal: Moore is the daughter of John and Brooks Moore and was born February 15, 1994. She will major in fashion merchandising at Missouri State.