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2018 Female Athlete of the Year Finalists: Jordan Moore

Jordan Moore continues her legacy in 2018

NCAA Womens Basketball: Big 12 Conference Tournament Rob Ferguson-USA TODAY Sports

If you’re looking for impressive stats, Jordan Moore has them. As a senior center this year for TCU Basketball, Moore will continue to be a leader on the team. Moore has played for TCU for her whole career, coming out of high school ranked the #47 recruit in the country by All Star Girls Report. ESPNW rated her a 4-star recruit and #8 overall.

Moore’s freshman year, she shot a team-high 48.3%, and went 84-of-174 over 33 games. This season, Moore has played in 36 games, 35 of which she started. She and the Lady Frogs went to the NIT Tournament this year, and Moore was named to the 2018 WNIT All-Tournament Team. She also received a 2017-2018 All-Big 12 Honorable Mention. In the 2018-19 season, Moore achieved the following:

  • Averaged 13 points per game
  • Totaled 22 games with double-figures, and 6 games with 20+ points
  • 6.8 rebounds per game
  • 56% field goals
  • 3 double-doubles
  • 65 blocked shots
  • 65% from free throw line overall and 79.4% in Big 12 play
  • 28 points vs Texas State (career high), with 14 field goals
  • 26 points vs South Dakota
  • 24 points vs Lamar

-Averaged 15.4 points over 5 games during the Women’s Basketball NIT Tournament

Moore was crucial to TCU Basketball’s NIT run last season, and she’ll continue to play a critical role on and off the court during the 2018 season. That’s why she’s one of our 2018 Frogs O’ War Female Athlete of the Year Finalists.