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Craig Moore Completes Men's Basketball Staff

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 05/13/2011
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Craig Moore is the new volunteer assistant coach for the Princeton men's basketball team.
Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications
PRINCETON - Craig Moore, who played under then-assistant coach Mitch Henderson ‘98 at Northwestern University for four seasons, has joined Princeton's coaching staff as a volunteer assistant coach.

"It is a great opportunity for me to grow under Mitch and the rest of his staff," Moore said. "I'm excited to help with the program and I know well the level of success that Princeton has enjoyed."

Moore's hiring completes Henderson's staff alongside assistant coaches Brian Earl '99, Marcus Jenkins and Director of Basketball Operations Kendrick Saunders.

"Having worked with me and with Bill Carmody, who spent so much of his career at Princeton, Craig knows the value that this university and this program places on succeeding on the court and in the classroom," Henderson said. "He knows the kinds of players we want to bring into the program and continue to mold while they are here."

Moore was a two-time All-Big Ten selection and led the conference in 3-pointers per game both as a junior and as a senior. Moore, who graduated from Northwestern in 2009 with a degree in communication studies, is a native of Doylestown, Pa., who spent his high school career not far from Princeton at the Lawrenceville School.

Since graduating from Northwestern, Moore played one season for the Dutch team De Friesland Aris. He has also spent time working with the Lawrenceville School's team as well as serving as a color commentator on Northwestern University radio broadcasts.








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