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Hilary Moore
Hilary Moore

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Martinsville, Va.

High School:
Carlisle School

Height:
5-5

Position:
Forward/Midfield

About Moore: A dynamic, tenacious player ... Creates a tremendous amount of havoc on the opposing team's defense ... Very fast on the field.

2008: Started in 25 games, missing just one (Northwestern, Oct. 12) due to injury ... NFHCA All-Region ... NCAA All-Tournament ... Was the only Demon Deacon to score in NCAA Final Four, including a career-high three goal against Syracuse in the semifinals ... Led squad with 24 goals with three game-winners ... Also had seven assists ... Posted first goal of the season in the season opener vs. Iowa (Aug. 30) ... Scored two goals against Michigan (Aug. 31).

2007: Played in 22 games with 10 starts ... Registered five goals and two assists ... Led the team in shots on goal percentage (.792) ... Earned post season starts against UNC (Nov. 4), Michigan (Nov. 11), and Penn State (Nov. 16) ... Posted two goals and one assist against Stanford (Oct. 15) ... Netted a goal against Duke in the opening round of the ACC Tournament (Nov. 1).

2006: Appeared in nine games ... Recorded one assist for one point ... Took four shots, including one shot on goal.

Background: Helped lead The Carlisle School to Blue Ridge Conference Championships from 2003-05 and a State Championship in 2004 ... Named to the all state tournament team from 2003-05 and was the MVP in 2005 ... Selected to the NFHCA South Region team in 2005 ... Named to the Virginia Independent School All State Team in 2004 and 2005 ... A Wendy's High School Heisman All State Nominee ... Played for the USA Field Hockey National Futures Team from 2003-05 ... Participated in the AAU Junior Olympics in 2004 ... A member of the National Honor Society.

Personal: Born January 18, 1988 ... Parents are Henry and Nancy Moore ... Has one older brother, Hank (21) ... Mother played field hockey at the University of Richmond ... Double majoring in health and exercise science and Communication.


Moore's Career Statistics
Through 2008 Season

YearGP/GSGoalsAssistsPointsShots
20069/00114
200722/10521224
200825/252475551
Career56/3529106879
 

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