|Hometown:||San Francisco, Calif.|
|High School:||Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep / Fresno St.|
In just one season with the Tigers, KiKi Moore scored 507 points (16.4 per game) with 135 assists (4.4 per game) and 86 steals. She shot 40.5 percent from the field, while grabbing 191 rebounds (6.2 per game). She was the active steals leader in the NCAA her senior season, and finished with 381 in her career. Moore is likely the only player in women's basketball history to be named an All-Conference selection in four different conferences: Pac-10 as a freshman at Washington State, WAC as a sophomore at Fresno State, Mountain West as a junior at Fresno State and WCC as a senior at Pacific.
In her career, she scored 2021 points (15.8 per game) with 778 rebounds (6.1) while shooting 42 percent (732-of-1741). She knocked down 123 three-pointers and handed out 473 assists with 381 career steals. She finished in the top 300 in NCAA women's basketball history in scoring and in the top 50 in steals. She scored in double-figures in 108 of 128 career games, only 22 players in Division I history have more double-figure scoring games.
A First Team All-West Coast Conference selection and WCC Newcomer of the Year, Moore started all 31 games and led the Tigers in scoring with 16.4 PPG with 507 points (third-most in a season in Tiger history). She handed out 4.4 assists per game, 135 total (12th most in a single-season). Recorded 86 steals (third most at Pacific in a single-season), averaging 2.8 per game (second-most at Pacific). She set the Tigers' single-season record for free throws made (148). Turned in three double-doubles with 20 points and 11 rebounds against San Francisco (Jan. 9), 23 points and 10 rebounds against San Diego (Jan. 30), and 11 points and 14 rebounds against Portland (Feb. 27). Tied her career record with 33 points against Gonzaga (Mar. 1). Reached the 2,000 career point mark in the WCC Tournament against BYU (Mar. 10), while scoring 26 points and tying the single-game WCC tournament record with seven steals. Earned WCC All-Tournament team honors after she averaged 27 points and tied a WCC tournament record against BYU with seven steals. She led Pacific with 28 points against Portland in the quarterfinals, and dropped in 26 against BYU in the semifinals. Also recorded seven steals against Oregon in the WNIT First Round (Mar. 20) and added 13 points and five assists. Handed out eight assists against Saint Mary's (Jan. 25) and posted seven assists on four other occasions. After graduating from Fresno State with a year of eligibility remaining, Moore was free to transfer to a school with a graduate program in her field.
Junior (2012-13 at Fresno State)
Named the 2012-13 Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year and to the All-Mountain West first-team ... MVP of the 2013 Reese's Mountain West Basketball Championships when she led the Bulldogs to the tournament championship by scoring 20.3 points, averaging 7.0 rebounds and collecting 11 steals in the three tournament victories ... selected as a first-team Mid-Major All-American by Fullcourt.com ... was named to the 2013 All-High Major fourth-team by College Sports Madness ... named to the 2013 Spring Academic All-MW team ... set a new Fresno State and Mountain West single-season record with 103 steals ... led the MW and ranked 17th nationally with 3.12 steals per game ... became just the second Bulldog to ever score 500 points in consecutive seasons, as she scored 582 points on the year - the third-most in school history ... was third in the MW in scoring at 17.6 points per game ... started all 33 games on the season, averaging 34.9 minutes per contest ... scored in double-figures 31 times, had 12 games with 20 or more points and scored a career-high 33-points in the NCAA Tournament against No. 6 Cal ... her 33-point postseason effort was three points off the school single-game record and was the most points ever scored by a Bulldog in a NCAA Tournament game ... hit the game-winning shot with 2.5 seconds remaining against Wyoming in the semifinals of the MW tournament to send the Bulldogs to the title game ... became the 18th player in school history to score over 1,000 points in a Bulldog uniform and in two seasons at Fresno State, she scored 1,153 points ... had five double-doubles on the season ... posted a career-high 10 assists in a win over UNLV to close out the regular season ... was twice named the MW Player of the Week during junior season ... averaged 17.4 points, 6.3 rebounds, 4.4 assists and 3.1 steals in the 16 conference games.
Sophomore (2011-12 at Fresno State)
Named 2012 WAC Player and Newcomer of the Year ... named first-team All-WAC ... named the 2012 WAC Tournament MVP ... earned WAC Athlete of the Week honors four times this season ... led the team and second in the WAC with 16.8 points per game ... led the league with 2.9 steals per game ... set the Bulldogs single-season record for steals with 97 on the year ... scored a season-high 28 points against Hawai'i, SMU and Santa Clara ... her 571 points ranked No. 3 in program single-season history at the time ... grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds against Idaho on Jan. 21 ... led the team with 7.2 rebounds per game ... recorded 100 assists ... averaged 29.9 minutes per game ... started all 34 games ... recorded six double-doubles ... scored in double figures in 29-of-34 games ... has the best field goal percentage on the team at 47.0 percent ... shot 76.9 percent for 28 points against SMU on Nov. 26 ... recorded a career best seven steals against UT Arlington on Jan. 3 ... played a season-high 43 minutes against Pepperdine on Nov. 18.
Redshirt Freshman (2010-11 at Fresno State)
Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules.
Freshman (2009-10 at Washington State)
Named to the first-team Pac-10 All-Freshman team ... honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors ... named to the conference all-defensive team ... started all 30 games ... led the Pac-10 in steals, 3.2 ... scored in double figures in 21 games and had nine straight double-digit scoring games, a Washington State freshman record ... had a season-high 24 points against Oregon ... averaged 12 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 3.2 steals in 28.9 minutes a game ... shot 71 percent from the free throw line ... had a 105 assists on the season.
At Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep, Moore finished high school career with a 125-6 record ... had a 61 game winning streak from 2007-09 ... freshman year went 32-2 and was the WCAL and state champion ... earned honorable mention All-WCAL ... as a sophomore team went 32-2 and won the WCAL and state championship ... earned first-team all-city honors by the San Francisco Examiner and all-WCAL second team along with all-state honors ... team won the high school national championship as a junior by going 33-0 and winning the California state title ... earned all-WCAL first-team and first-team honors by the San Francisco Examiner and San Francisco Chronicle ... earned second-team all-state honors and third-team all-norcal ... was team captain as a senior on a team that won the WCAL championship and the CCS championship ... averaged 16 points, 10 rebounds, 7.5 steals and six assists a game ... earned first-team all-state honors, WCAL first-team, all-metro first-team, all-norcal, first-team and the San Francisco Chronicle all-first team ... named the regional player of the year and WCAL Player of the Year ... was a finalist for Ms. California Basketball and was McDonalds All-American nominee.
Daughter of Gary Moore and Kennita Chambers ... has two brothers, Dominic and Gary ... Dominic played basketball at Santa Clara. A graduate of Fresno State, Moore is working on a master's degree in communications.