- 2.3 points, 12.4 per 40 minutes
- 1.3 rebounds, 7.2 per 40 minutes
- 0.3 steals, 1.7 per 40 minutes
- .389/.333/.684 shooting splits
The Best of the Best
Sunday November 22 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff
This was hands down Moore's best performance. He scored 10 points off the bench and also recorded a career-high eight rebounds. Gary Clark had 10 points and six rebounds in the same game, despite playing seven more minutes than Moore.
Wednesday November 11 vs. Robert Morris
Prior to the matchup with the Golden Lions, Moore had already cracked double digits in scoring, netting 10 points on 5-of-7 shooting against the Colonials. Cincinnati won those two games by a combined score of 205-94.
Friday March 18 vs. St. Joseph's
While he did nothing spectacular in the Bearcats' opening round loss to the Hawks in the NCAA Tournament, he did enough to make a mark, despite suffering an injury. In eight minutes he scored six points on 3-of-4 shooting. That's not half bad for a player that had played a total of 13 minutes in the month prior.
For Next Year
Openings in the lineup will remain hard to come by. Kyle Washington and Tre Scott will both be eating up playing time, as will Jacob Evans, who will likely be a full-time starter after his strong freshman campaign and the departure of Shaq Thomas. However, with Thomas, Octavius Ellis and Coreonate DeBerry all gone, Moore has a chance to pick up some minutes, even if its just to throw a few fouls around and grab a board or two.