Moore will be working with Andy Lausier, hired as SHU's head coach in July 2012.
A native of Redding, Calif., Moore won the 141-pound 2007 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships as a senior, becoming the first Div. I champ in any sport at the University of California, Davis. He also earned Outstanding Wrestler honors at the nationals. In addition, Moore was named Pac-10 Conference Wrestler of the Year, and UC Davis Male Athlete of the Year in 2007.
Moore was also a 2006 Pac-10 champ, and just missed earning NCAA All-American honors as a freshman and sophomore for the now-defunct UC Davis Aggies wrestling program, axed in 2010.
For the past five years, Moore has served active duty as an officer in the United States Army. He also represented the Army in national and international competitions as a soldier-athlete. As part of the Army world-class athlete program, Moore trained with numerous Olympic Champions and qualified for and competed in the 2012 United States Olympic team trials.
Moore graduated from UC Davis in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Molecular and Biological Chemistry.
Founded in 1963, Sacred Heart University is a four-year, Roman Catholic school located in Fairfield, Conn. Sacred Heart has an enrollment of approximately 6,000 graduate and undergraduate students. The SHU Pioneers wrestling program competes in the EIWA (Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association) in NCAA Division I.
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