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  • As of October 21, 2016.

USA Basketball Notes:

  • Honors: 2014 USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year. 2014 FIBA World Championship MVP and All-Tournament Team.
  • Gold Medals: 2012 & 2016 Olympics, 2010 FIBA World Championship, 2009 World University Games, 2007 FIBA U19 World Championship, 2006 FIBA Americas U18 Championship.
  • After being a part of three USA junior teams, was called up to the USA National Team in 2009 to participate in its fall training camp. Officially named to the USA National Team in 2010, Moore since has helped the USA to gold medals at the 2010 and 2014 FIBA World Championships (15-0) and 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games (16-0), while aiding the USA to a 17-1 exhibition mark.
  • Is one of only 10 players to have earned a World Championship gold medal, Olympic gold medal, an NCAA title and WNBA championship (Sue Bird, Swin Cash, Tamika Catchings, Cynthia Cooper, Brittney Griner, Asjha Jones, Sheryl Swoopes, Diana Taurasi and Kara Wolters).
  • In claiming her second Olympic gold medal in 2016, averaged a team second-best 12.0 ppg., a team-leading (tie) 5.6 rpg. Her team-high 4.3 apg. ranked fourth among all competitors and team-best 2.0 spg. ranked second in the 16-team field.
  • Also aided the 2016 USA National Team to a 4-0 exhibition record.
  • Member of the 2014 USA World Championship Team that compiled a perfect 6-0 record en route to claiming gold in Istanbul and qualifying the U.S. for the 2016 Olympic Games. 
  • Led the USA and ranked fourth among World Championship leaders for scoring (15.3 ppg.), ranked 17th for rebounds (6.0 rpg.), fourth for 3-point field goal percentage (.519), seventh for assist-to-turnover ratio (2.33) and 11th for assists (3.5 apg.) and field goal percentage (.529) en route to earning MVP honors. 
  • The youngest player named to the 2010-12 USA National Team on March 3, 2010.
  • One of three then-collegiate players invited to attend the 2009 USA National Team fall training camp, was unable to play in the UMMC Ekaterinburg International Invitational due to school conflicts.
  • Member of the 2009 USA World University Games Team that posted a perfect 7-0 record to collect the gold medal in Belgrade, Serbia; did not play due to a sprained knee.
  • Member of the 2007 USA U19 squad that wrapped up a 9-0 record and gold medal at the FIBA U19 World Championship in Bratislava, Slovakia.
  • Member of the 2006 USA U18 National Team that went 4-0 and won a gold medal at the 2006 FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Professional Notes:

  • Drafted: No. 1 by the Minnesota Lynx in 2011.
  • WNBA Titles: 2011, 2013, 2015.
  • WNBA MVP: 2014.
  • WNBA Finals MVP: 2013.
  • All-WNBA first team: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016.
  • All-WNBA second team: 2012.
  • WNBA All-Defensive second team: 2014.
  • WNBA All-Star Games: 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015.
  • WNBA Rookie of the Year & All-Rookie Team: 2011.
  • WNBA scoring title: 2014.
  • WNBA Top 20@20: 2016
  • EuroLeague Title: 2012.
  • WCBA (China) Titles: 2013, 2014, 2015.
  • WCBA Player of the Year: 2013, 2014, 2015.
  • WCBA Guard of the Year: 2013, 2104, 2015.
  • WCBA Import of the Year: 2013, 2014, 2015.
  • WCBA Defensive Player of the Year: 2013.
  • All-WCBA first team: 2013, 2014, 2015.
  • WCBA All-Imports Team: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016.
  • WCBA All-Star Games: 2013 (injured), 2014, 2015, 2016.
  • WCBA scoring titles: 2014, 2015.
  • Completed in 2016 in her fifth season competing overseas. Captured the 2012 EuroLeague title with Ros Casares (Spain) and the 2013 and 2014 WCBA crowns with the Shanxi Flame (China), for whom she played again in 2016.
  • Has helped lead the Lynx to three WNBA titles (2011, 2013, 2015) and a 155-49 (.891) regular-season record in six seasons in the league.
  • Led Minnesota in 2014 to a 25-9 record and the Western Conference finals, averaged a league-high 23.9 ppg. to go with 8.1 rpg. and 3.4 apg. and posted a WNBA record 12 games with 30 or more points. 
  • Averaged 39.3 ppg. to lead the Chinese league for scoring and pace her team to its second-straight WCBA championship.
  • Competed three seasons overseas and captured the 2012 EuroLeague title with Ros Casares (Spain) and the 2013 and 2014 WCBA crowns with the Shanxi Flame (China).
  • Helped the Lynx post a WNBA-best 26-8 record in 2013 and capture the WNBA championship. 
  • In her four years, the Lynx have finished with the best regular season record three times and advanced to three WNBA Finals, including the second-best turnaround in league history, improving from 13-21 in 2010 to 27-7 in 2011.
  • The first rookie to be voted as a starter for the WNBA All-Star Game since Sue Bird and Tamika Catchings in 2002.

College Notes:

  • During her four years at Connecticut, the Huskies posted a 150-4 record (.974), including a perfect 90-0 streak that spanned three seasons, captured the 2009 and 2010 NCAA titles, advanced to the 2008 and 2011 Final Fours and won four Big East Conference Tournament championships and four Big East regular season crowns.
  • Fourth-leading scorer in NCAA history with 3,036 points.
  • Honda-Broderick Cup winner as the Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year (2010); and twice won the Honda Sports Award for basketball (2010, 2011).
  • Capital One University Division Academic All-American of the Year (2010, 2011) and Big East Scholar-Athlete of the Year (2010, 2011).
  • Four-time Associated Press All-American first team and WBCA/State Farm All-American first team.
  • Unanimous National Player of the Year (2009, 2011): Naismith Award, Wade Trophy, A.P. Player of the Year, USBWA Player of the Year and John R. Wooden Award.
  • Lowe’s Senior C.L.A.S.S. Award (2011).
  • NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player (2010), NCAA All-Final Four (2009, 2010, 2011), NCAA Regional MOP and All-Regional (2009, 2010, 2011).
  • First three-time winner of the State Farm Wade Trophy 2009, 2010, 2011); in winning in 2009, became just the second sophomore to earn the distinction.
  • Big East Player of the Year (2008, 2009, 2011), four-time All-Big East first team selection, Big East Tournament MVP (2009, 2011), Big East All-Tournament Team (2009, 2010, 2011), Big East Freshman of the Year (2008).
  • Top Female College Athlete ESPY (2009, 2010).

Personal Notes:

  • Born in Jefferson City, Missouri, grew up in Lawrenceville, Georgia, and now calls Atlanta, home.
  • The only child of Kathryn Moore, who played volleyball at Occidental College (Calif.).
  • Attended Collins Hill High School (Ga.), where she helped lead her teams to three Georgia state titles and one runner-up finish.
  • A two-time Naismith High School Player of the Year (2006, 2007), also was the USA Today, WBCA/State Farm and Gatorade National Player of the Year (2007).
  • An all-county track and field athlete, with a regional high jump title (5'8") and a state runner-up finish in 2005.
  • Earned her bachelor’s degree in sport media and promotion, and has post-basketball career ambitions of getting into broadcast journalism.
  • First trip overseas was with the 2007 USA U19 World Championship Team.
  • Is a strong supporter of the Athletes in Action, Compassion International and End It Movement.
  • Can juggle and play the drums, but not at the same time.
  • Reads Sports Business Journal and Table Talk.
  • Enjoys listening to upbeat Christian/Gospel-themed music and some of her favorite artists include Lecrae, Mali Music and Hillsong United.
  • A perfect off day would include a jam session with awesome musicians outdoors all day, with food trucks.
  • Lists the Grand Canyon as the most moving place she’s ever visited because “it is the most overwhelmed I've felt experiencing nature.”
  • Loves red velvet cake and her mother’s homemade mac & cheese, but does not like eggs (unless they’re in the cake).
  • Over the past few years has begun to cook more frequently, creating tasty and healthy meals for friends and family.
  • Is a big fan of track and field Olympian Allyson Felix.
  • Began playing basketball when she was 3 or 4 after her mother purchased a toy hoop.
  • Says USA and University of Connecticut head coach Geno Auriemma has been the biggest influence for her in the sport of basketball because “he is such a great teacher of how to play basketball in the best way. He's also been one of the most dedicated people to our sport over the past 30-plus years.”
  • Growing up, Cynthia Cooper and Marion Jones were role models for Moore.
  • Also enjoyed competing in track and field and volleyball. Lists growing up in a single-parent home as one of the biggest obstacles she has overcome. Has never traveled to Brazil.
  • Earliest Olympic memory was of the 2000 U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team and watching the team celebrate gold.

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USA Basketball Statistics

TEAM G/S FGM-FGA PCT 3PM-3PA PCT FTM-FTA PCT REB/AVG PTS/AVG AST BLK STL
2016 OLY 8/ 8 39- 75 .520 8- 21 .381 10- 13 .769 45/ 5.6 96/12.0 34 2 16
2016 OLYx 4/ 4 15- 39 .385 4- 14 .286 9- 10 .900 18/ 4.5 43/10.8 14 1 7
2014 WC 6/ 6 37- 70 .529 14- 27 .519 4- 5 .800 36/ 6.0 92/15.3 21 1 4
2014 WCx 5/ 5 14- 45 .311 1- 12 .083 11- 13 .846 21/ 4.2 40/ 8.0 9 5 12
2012 OLY 8/ 5 32- 69 .464 6- 24 .250 2- 3 .667 45/ 5.6 72/ 9.0 21 3 12
2012 OLYx 5/ 0 20- 44 .455 3- 11 .273 11- 12 .917 30/ 6.0 54/10.8 14 3 15
2010 WC 9/ 0 31- 71 .437 9- 26 .346 7- 8 .875 30/ 3.3 78/ 8.7 19 3 8
2010 WCx 3/ 1 16- 31 .516 4- 8 .500 3- 4 .750 16/ 5.3 39/13.0 7 1 3
2010 WNT 1/ 0 6- 13 .462 0- 3 .000 0- 0 .--- 8/ 8.0 12/12.0 5 0 3
2009 WUG DNP -- Injured
2007 U19 9/ 9 60-122 .492 6- 21 .286 21- 26 .808 58/ 6.4 147/16.3 21 8 17
2006 U18 4/ 3 14- 40 .350 1- 7 .143 9- 13 .692 22/ 5.5 38/ 9.5 9 4 15
Totals 62/41 284-619 .459 56-174 .322 87-107 .813 329/ 5.3 711/11.5 174 31 112

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