Green Wave fall, 82-57, to the Red Storm to close out the non-conference schedule
As a Junior (2005-06)
Ranks eighth in single-season three-pointers and ninth in career three-pointers at Tulane. His seven steals against Tulsa (3/4) rank fourth at Tulane and are the most since the 2001-02 season by a Wave player. Set a Tulane record by hitting five three-pointers without a miss against UAB (2/15) - finishing the game with 15 points, all in the second half. Recorded 15 points, including Tulane's first 11 of the game, and four three-pointers in the win over Loyola (2/7). Collected nine points (perfect 7-for-7 from the line) against Rice (1/28). Scored 15 points, including three three-pointers, in the win over ECU (1/21). Sprained a finger on his shooting hand on Monday (1/16) and did not start for the first time this year against UTEP. Tallied 11 points, including three three-pointers, against Rice (1/14). Hit for double figures for the first time in four games with 13 against Savannah State (1/7). Tallied a career-high five assists against UNO (12/31). Collected 14 points, including 4-of-6 three-pointers, against Seton Hall (12/11). Scored a career-high 22 points, including the go-ahead three-pointer with 1:53 on the clock, to lead Tulane to victory over TCU (12/7). Keyed the Green Wave in the win over UNO (11/22) with 16 points, including a crucial three-pointer with 3:53 to go to give the Wave the lead for good at 65-63 and then another three to make it 71-64 at the 2:36 mark.
As a Sophomore (2004-05)
Averaged 13.6 minutes per game, but over the last 11 games played 17.2 per game. Started four straight games with the injury to Marcus Kinzer. Came off the bench against UAB (2/26), playing 17 minutes and scoring three points. Made his first start since the early season against Southern Miss (2/9), scoring 13 points in a career-high 34 minutes. Had five points and matched his career-high with four boards against TCU (1/12). Scored a career-best 15 points (three threes) against Northwestern State (12/6).
As a Freshman (2003-04)
Ranked second in Conference USA in turnovers per 40 minutes at 1.10 (nine turnovers in 328 minutes). Came off the bench to score 11 points (three three-pointers) with four rebounds in 23 minutes against Saint Louis (2/28). Nailed three three-pointers in 17 minutes of action against Marquette (2/21). Solid game with six points, three rebounds and a career-best three assists in the Houston win (2/11). Registered nine points in 25 minutes in his first career start against Southern Miss (1/31). Scored a career-high 14 points (four three-pointers) in 31 minutes against UAB (1/28). Established new career-highs in points (9), rebounds (4), assists (2) and minutes (20) against Savannah State (1/24). His second career-high scoring game in a row. Tallied eight points and his first career block in 15 minutes against Memphis (1/20). Played 13 minutes against #8 Louisville (1/17), scoring five points with two rebounds. Made his first three-pointers of the year in the win over Nicholls State (12/31), connecting on two, finishing with a then-career-best six points in 10 minutes. Connected on 3-of-4 free throws in the win over Northwestern State (12/9). Scored his first career points with a putback against Loyola (11/30), finishing with three points and three rebounds.
Lettered for two years in basketball at McKinney High School before playing a post-grad season at Maine Central Institute. A two-time all-district selection at McKinney and the 26th ranked post-grad player in the nation according to Hoop Scoop Magazine. As a senior at McKinney, led the state of Texas in three-point percentage while tallying 15.5 points and five rebounds per game for the Lions.
Full name is Christopher Daniel Moore. Born May 21, 1984. The son of Bryan and Teri Moore. The oldest of four children. Plans to major in media arts at Tulane.
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