CU (W) Basketball BIO
2 DaNae Moore
2010-11 (Junior)
Started 15 of 31 games played, including six starts in Missouri Valley Conference play ... Notched career-highs in points, rebounds, assists and steals on the season ... Grabbed 15 steals in her final 11 games, after she had 10 steals through the first 20 games of the season ... Her best two games of the season were the final two games, as she scored a career-high 11 points at Northwestern (March 17) in the WNIT and had a season-high nine rebounds against Wichita State (March 11) in the MVC Tournament ... Went 4-for-5 from the field and 2-for-3 from three-point range, playing a season-high 26 minutes at Northwestern ... Added seven points to go along with her nine boards against WSU in the MVC Tournament ... Tied career-high with two assists against Illinois State (Feb. 19) ... Tied career-high with two blocked shots at Bradley (Feb. 12), against Drake (Dec. 31)  and against North Dakota (Dec. 20) ... Had seven rebounds and six points against Evansville (Feb. 5) ... Logged a career-high five steals against Southern Illinois (Feb. 3) ... Grabbed five rebounds in just 11 minutes against Kansas (Dec. 22) in game played at CenturyLink Center Omaha ... Made 3-of-5 shots from the field, finishing with six points and four rebounds in win over Marquette (Nov. 28).

2009-10 (Sophomore)
Appeared in all but one Bluejay game, making her only start against Evansville on Feb. 13 for an injured Megan Neuvirth ... Scored in 14 of her appearances ... Did not attempt a field goal in 11 of her games played ... Scored five points and had four rebounds in 13 minutes played against Wichita State in the MVC Tournament semifinals (March 13) ... Had four boards and tied career high with two blocked shots against Indiana State (March 6) ... Made her first seven free throws in MVC play before missing against Drake on Feb. 26 ... Was 3-for-3 from the field, including her first career three-pointer, finishing with seven points, two assists and two rebounds against Drake (Jan. 29) in 13 minutes played ... Grabbed a season-high five rebounds to go along with four points in a season-high 22 minutes played against Northern Iowa (Jan. 24) ... Was career-best 4-for-4 at the free-throw line at Southern Illinois (Jan. 16) ... Entered Wichita State (Jan. 7) game with no field goals and three points through 10 games played, before going 3-for-3 from the field and 3-for-3 at the free-throw line for a season-high nine points against the Shockers ... Had three points through her first 10 games, going 0-for-6 from the floor and 3-for-8 (.375) from the charity stripe in that span.

2008-09 (Freshman)
Started 18 of the 34 games she appeared in as a rookie ... Bluejays were 14-4 when she started, including 9-1 in her 10 MVC starts ... Of her 88 rebounds on the year, nearly half (42) were on the offensive glass ... Made her collegiate debut at Arkansas State (Nov. 14), making her only field goal attempt and dishing an assist in nine minutes ... Made her first career start in a win at Saint Louis (Nov. 25), and then started the next eight games ... Came off the bench to play a career-high 36 minutes at Indiana State (Jan. 3), before starting the next nine games ... Dished a season-high two assists at No. 25 Kansas State (Dec. 9) ... Pulled down a game-high 10 rebounds against Kansas (Dec. 13) ... Had two steals at North Dakota State (Dec. 29) ... Fell one point shy of a double-double, posting a season-high nine points and career-high 12 rebounds against Wichita State (Jan. 10) ... Hit career-best 4-of-6 shots in that win over WSU ... Blocked a shot in four straight games (Jan. 17-31), starting with a career-best two swats at Evansville (Jan. 17) ... Averaged 4.9 rebounds per game over a 14-game span from Nov. 30 through Jan. 23 ... Totalled 17 points in her final 19 games ... Averaged 22.1 minutes played in her first 16 games, and 8.9 minutes per game in her final 18 ... Did not appear in either of Creighton’s exhibition games after breaking her right (shooting) hand in the preseason ... Wore No. 12 as a freshman.

Eastview High School
Helped guide the Lightning to a 29-3 record, conference championship, sectional title and third-place finish at state as a senior ... Averaged 11.8 points, 5.9 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 2.2 steals per game as a senior ... Named honorable-mention all-state, all-state tournament team, all-conference and tabbed to the Pioneer Press All-Defensive Team following her final prep season ... Also honored as her team’s Most Valuable Defender and played in the Inner City All-Star Game ... Set a school record with nine assists in a game ... Lettered four years in basketball and also earned two letters in track ... Played AAU ball for the Minnesota Metro Stars, coached by Brian Frye ... Involved with student council, Leaders Invested in the Community (LINC), Caring and Sharing, and Toys for Tots.

Daughter of Cheryl Bruck and Jerald Moore, DaNae Rochelle was born Oct. 31, 1989, in Minneapolis, Minn. ... Has an older sibling ... Jordan Austin (23), and younger sister, Malia Jae Moore born on Aug. 31, 2011 ... Father played football at the University of Minnesota ... Nicknames include Dawn, Nae and Donna ... Enjoys scrapbooking, traveling and hanging out with friends ... Finance major with a minor in Spanish ... Studied abroad in Spain during the summer of 2010 ... Earned dean’s list honors in each of her first three years on campus.
Position: Forward
Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Apple Valley, Minn.
High School: Eastview
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