21  Nicole Moore
Nicole Moore



High School:
RS Central



As a Senior: Played with the W-League Fredericksburg Lady Gunners during the summer .

As a Junior: Served as a team co-captain ... Played and started all 19 games for the Pirates ... Has started all 60 contests of her collegiate career ... Ranked second on the team in assists (5) ... Finished tied for sixth among C-USA players in assists and tied for ninth in assists per game ... Recorded an assist in consecutive C-USA victories against Houston (10/19) and Rice (10/21)

As a Sophomore: Named to the C-USA All-Academic Team with a 4.0 GPA ... Tallied an assist against Campbell (8/28) ... Selected to the Soccer Buzz Elite Team of the Week for the week of Aug. 28 after helping lead her team to three consecutive shut-outs over in-state opponents ... Became the first player in ECU history to receive the distinguished honor ... Recorded two assists against Colorado College (10/29) ... Started in all 20 contests for the Pirates

As a Freshman One of four players to start all 21 games ... Earned Conference USA All- Freshman Team honors ... Recorded three assists, two of which came in conference play ... First collegiate assist came against Francis Marion (Sept. 18) in a 6-1 win ... Tied for third on the team in assists ... Recorded eight shots, six coming on goal ... Helped ECU record shutouts against Western Carolina, Houston, Marshall and SMU in the C-USA Tournament ... Instrumental in holding five of the top-8 C-USA goal scorers scoreless ... Helped ECU rank third in conference in total saves (117).

RS Central High School Four-year letterwinner and threetime first-team all-conference selection for coach Rich Dominguez ... Helped the Hilltoppers post an impressive 18-1-2 record in 2005 ... Member of two conference championship teams (2004-05) ... Two-time team captain and Coach's Award recipient ... Played with the 87' Ladies Blue (1999-2005), coached by Ben Parry and Adam Denton. Club team was N.C. State Championships (2000, 2002, 2004, 2005 and 2006), and appeared in three USYSA Region III tournaments (2002, 2004 and 2005) ... Member of four NCYSA State Championship and three USYSA Region III Premier Championship Teams ... Member of the North Carolina ODP team that won the Region III championship and participated in the ODP National Championships.

Personal Majoring in exercise sports science (exercise physiology) ... Named to 2005-06 C-USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll ... Earned C-USA Commissioner's Academic Medal in 2005-06 ... Named to the ECU's Director of Athletics Chancellor's List in the Fall of 2005 and Spring of 2006 ... Four-time Honors and Principal's List recipient ... Named Sophomore Honor Attendant, Junior Marshall, Who's Who Among America's High School Student and Rutherford County's Junior Miss 2005 ... Received the USAA National Science Merit, 2004 Allied Health Award and the senior Math and Science Awards ... National Honors Society and Beta Club member ... Daughter of Matthew and Ann Moore ... Has one brother (Dean)