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#10 Zak Moore
Position: Right-Handed Pitcher
Bats: R
Throws: R
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Elkhorn, Neb.
High School: Elkhorn HS

Junior (2008)
Started 14 games on the mound, tying for the team lead.
His 17 total appearances tied his career-high.
Regular Season Highlights:
at Tennessee-Martin (3/1) earned his first win of the season ... went 5.0 innings, allowing four runs on nine hits.
vs. Chicago State (3/15) had his best start of the season ... threw 5.0 scoreless innings ... struck out a season-high nine batters ... allowed just two hits, tying his season-low ... did not walk a man, one of four times it happened on the season.
at Missouri State (3/22) went a season-long 6.2 innings ... struck out seven while allowing two runs.
vs. Evansville (4/27) had his best relief appearance of the season ... went 2.2 innings without allowing a run ... struck out three and did not walk a man.
MVC Tournament Highlights:
vs. Northern Iowa (5/22) started the third game of the tournament  ... went five innings, allowing just two runs on six hits.

Sophomore (2007)
Named to the MVC All-Tournament Team.
Tied for the pitching staff lead in starts with 17.
Finished second on the team with 65 strikeouts.
His 2.76 ERA during MVC play was second-best among CU starters, going 2-0.
Regular Season Highlights:
North Dakota State (3/17) tied his longest outing of the season with 8.0 innings ... picked up his first win of the season, striking out 10 while walking just two ... scattered four hits and allowed just one earned run.
at Evansville (3/24) threw 4.1 innings, allowing just one earned run ... gave up eight hits ... struck out two without walking a batter.
at Wichita State (4/7) went 4.1 innings without allowing a run ... struck out three and walked one ... gave up five hits.
at Indiana State (4/21) threw 6.0 innings surrendering just one earned run ... struck out four and walked one.
vs. Southern Illinois (5/5) had his best MVC start of the regular season ... went 7.0 innings allowing just one earned run while striking out four without walking a batter.
MVC Tournament Highlights:
vs. Bradley (5/24) had his best start of the season ... threw 8.0 shutout innings, striking out eight while walking just one ... allowed just two hits, en route to picking up his fifth win of the year ... his longest outing of the season without allowing an extra base hit.
NCAA Regional Highlights:
vs. Albany (6/2) threw 4.1 innings in the Bluejays 21-11 win ... struck out six while allowing two runs on six hits.

Freshman (2006)
Led the team with a 1.91 ERA.
Tied for third in the MVC with four runners picked off.
Regular Season Highlights:
at Arkansas-Little Rock (2/12) made his collegiate debut ... threw 1.1 innings of relief without allowing an earned run.
vs. Illinois State (4/8) picked up the first win of his career ... allowed just one run in 1.1 innings.
vs. Evansville (4/23) went three innings in relief without allowing a run ... tied a season-high with three strikeouts.
vs. Kansas (4/26) had his best appearance of the season against a Big 12 opponent ... threw 3.1 innings without allowing an earned run ... tied his season-high with three strikeouts.
at Missouri State (5/7) had his best road game of the season ... went 3.0 innings without allowing a run ... surrendered just one hit.
vs. Indiana State (5/14) made his first career start ... went 4.0 innings allowing just two runs on six hits ... struck out two and walked one.
MVC Tournament Highlights:
vs. Bradley (5/26) had his best start of the season ... threw 4.2 innings without allowing an earned run ... scattered five hits and just one walk.

Elkhorn High School (2002-05)
Holds Elkhorn High records for wins and best strikeout-to-walk ratio ... Baseball team went 24-7 his junior year and qualified for the state tournament for the first time in school history ... All-area, all-conference and honorable mention all-state in baseball as a senior ... Earned three varsity letters in baseball and two each in football and basketball ... First-team all-state in football his senior season after breaking the school record for receptions in a season, with 48.

Profile
Birthday: December 16, 1986
Parents: Barry and Karla Moore
Siblings: Blake, Lindsey
Major: Organizational Communication
Career Ambitions: Play professionally, own a business
Why Creighton?: So family & friends could watch him play
Favorite MLB Team: Royals
Did You Know?: Hit a hole-in-one at age nine