Moore has helped guide the Tigers a 95-50 overall,
65-16 Ivy League record over the past five years. Princeton posted 24-plus win
seasons the last three years, including two perfect 14-0 Ivy slates. The
Tigers, who earned the Ivy League's first-ever women's basketball national
ranking in 2012 at No. 24, won the Ivy title the last three consecutive seasons
and berths into the NCAA Tournament. Princeton earned the top seed-ever in Ivy
League history into the 2012 NCAA Tournament at No. 9.
Under Moore's tutelage as the team's recruiting
coordinator, each of Princeton's five recruiting classes have had at least one
player nationally ranked by ESPN HoopGurlz. The incoming class of 2012 was
ranked the No. 3 mid-major class by HoopGurlz and boasts three players who are
nationally ranked prospects. In addition, the Tigers first recruiting class
ranked No. 74 in the All-Star Girls Report, including a player that ranked No.
41 in the HoopGurlz 100.
Entering the 2011-12 season, Moore was ranked No.
12 on Collegeinsides.com's Top-25 Mid-Major Women's College
Basketball Assistants. The Tigers finished the year at 24-5, 14-0
Ivy, and rode a 17-game winning streak into the NCAA Tournament. Forward Niveen
Rasheed '13 was a Full Court All-America First Team selection, the unanimous
Ivy League Player of the Year and a unanimous All-Ivy First Team. Devona
Allgood '12 earned her third straight All-Ivy selection, earning second team
The 2010-11 squad posted a 24-5 overall record and
earned votes in both national polls throughout the season. The Tigers went 13-1
in the Ivy League to win their second straight Ivy League Championship, earning
the program's second consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament.
In 2009-10, Princeton went 26-3 with a perfect 14-0
mark in the Ivy League to reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time in
program history. The team set numerous records during the year including: most
wins in a season (26), winning 25 of those 26 games by double figures, most
road victories (14), longest win streak (21), longest home win streak (9),
fewest losses (3), best win percentage (.897), most conference wins (14), most
points (2051), highest scoring average (70.7), ranking sixth in the nation in
scoring defense and fifth in scoring margin.
Moore has helped current post Devona Allgood '12 to
lead the league in field goal percentage in 2009-10 and 2010-11. Allgood ranks
10th all-time in rebounds (626) and fourth in blocks (124). Also ranking in the
career blocks list is post Cheryl Stevens '10. Moore has also coached the 2010
Ivy League Rookie of the Year Niveen Rasheed '13 into the records book. Rasheed
played post her freshman year when she recorded 447 points, the fifth highest point
total in a single season at Princeton. During that 2009-10 season, Allgood and
Rasheed combined for 19 double-doubles.
Prior to joining the Tiger staff, Moore was an
assistant coach at Dayton University for one season after gaining experience at
both Indiana State and her alma mater, Siena College.
Moore graduated from Siena in 1999 with a degree in
finance and spent the better part of two years following graduation playing
professionally in Luxembourg and Israel. She remains the all-time leading
rebounder and second-leading in Siena's Division I history, with 1,122
rebounds and 2,021 points. Highlighting her collegiate career was being
named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Player of the Year in both
1998 and 1999.
In 2001, Moore returned to Siena as an admissions
officer before joining the women's basketball staff as an assistant coach for
the 2002-03 season. That year, Siena advanced to the second round of the WNIT,
and the Saints followed that up in 2003-04 with a second straight MAAC regular-season
A native of Glandorf, Ohio, Moore then moved to
Indiana State for a two-year stint from 2004-06. In 2005-06, the Sycamores won
27 games and played in the WNIT.
Post players are Moore's specialty. She helped
Ashley Clark at Indiana State win first-team all-Missouri Valley conference
honors in 2005 and Siena center Liene Jansone was the 2003 MAAC Player of the
Moore and Banghart played against each other three
times with Siena winning two of the three contests with Dartmouth. As assistant
coaches, Moore's Siena team won a home game over Dartmouth in 2004 and
Banghart's Big Green beat Dayton in Hanover in 2006.
She and her husband Joe reside in Lawrenceville,
N.J. They are parents to son Tristin, born on Selection Monday 2011.