2014-15: Ended the season with an overall mark of 17-6 while going 13-5 in dual action . . . Went 11-4 at No. 2 doubles with teammate Courtney Wild . . . Rattled off four straight singles wins at the start of fall play . . . Earned singles victories over Akron, Eastern Michigan, Bowling Green, Buffalo and Western Michigan . . . Helped the Cardinals advance to the Mid-American Conference Championship match against Miami for the first time in program history (April 25).
2013-14: Earned Academic All-Mid-American Conference honors . . . Named to the 2014 Intercollegiate Tennis Association Academic All-America team . . . ITA Academic All-American individual recipient . . . Posted an 18-15 overall record . . . went 10-10 in dual action . . . Won a key three set victory over Michigan State's Athena Trouillot at the No. 5 position (1/26) helping the Cardinals defeat the Spartans . . . then win over Michigan State proved to be the only MAC win over a Big Ten opponent in 2014 . . . It also marked only the fifth time ever that the Cardinals had topped a Big Ten opponent in women’s tennis, and first since the 2001 season . . . Managed conference wins over Bowling Green and Northern Illinois . . . Helped the Cardinals to six league wins which marked the most regular season wins in school history . . . Closed out MAC play with two straight victories at the No. 1 doubles position with teammate Courtney Earnest after taking down Bowling Green and Western Michigan . . . Went 10-5 and 5-3 in conference action with Earnest . . . Received MAC Doubles Player of the Week honors April 9 & April 23.
2012-13: Compiled an 18-16 overall singles mark while going 15-11 during dual action . . . Defeated Anamaria Candanoza of Buffalo (7-5, 7-5) for first career Mid-American Conference victory (3/30). . . Earned MAC victories over Toledo (4/5) and Western Michigan (3/13) . . . Defeated Kelsey King of WMU in three sets in the MAC Tournament quarterfinals, helping Ball State advance to the semifinal round for the first time since 1998 (4/26) . . . Paired up with Kristel Sanders to play No. 2 doubles, going 8-4 in their last 12 matches together.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters in tennis at Lebanon High School . . . During her senior season she held the No. 1 ranking in central Indiana girls 18 singls and doubles . . . Finished career with a 103-6 overall mark . . . Ranked 162 in the nation on tennisrecruiting.net, 19th in the great lakes section and fourth in the state of Indiana . . . Received First Team All-State, All-District and All-Conference honors all four years.
PERSONAL: Born November 23, 1993 . . . Daughter of Doug and Jinger Moore . . . One brother, DJ . . . Majoring in nursing.