2003-04: Earned a spot on the Conference USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll for the third straight season... Played in all 28 games, earning 22 starts... Averaged 5.2 points, 4.4 rebounds and 1.3 steals per game... Despite standing just 5-9, she led the team with 24 blocked shots... Finished fourth on the team in steals... Recorded her first career double-double with 11 points, 11 rebounds and three steals against Wichita State at Cal's Oakland Tribune Classic... Pulled down 10 rebounds against Marist in the DoubleTree Classic... Scored 10 points in the home win over James Madison... Had 10 points, four rebounds and three blocked shots against LSU... Turned in an eight-point, seven rebound performance against C-USA rival Memphis... Also grabbed seven rebounds on the road against South Florida... Played 37 minutes in the regular season finale against Southern Miss, recording five steals, five rebounds and a pair of blocked shots... Grabbed at least one rebound in 26 of 28 games... Ranked second on the team in rebounding.
2002-03: Named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll... Played in 21 games, providing a spark off the bench down the stretch... Averaged 2.4 points and 1.3 rebounds in 7.8 minutes of action... Averaged 3.6 points and 10.4 minutes per contest over the final eight games of the season... Scored a career-high eight points, while adding three rebounds and three assists, in the regular season contest against Charlotte... Also added a blocked shot against the 49ers... Had six points and three rebounds a game before on the road against East Carolina... Scored six points in only nine minutes in the road win over Portland... Scored four points in back-to-back wins over Southeastern Louisiana and UNC Greensboro in Fogelman Arena.
2001-02: Saw action in 13 games as a redshirt freshman... Averaged 1.0 points and 0.9 rebounds, while connecting on 40.0 percent of her shots... Saw the first action of her Tulane career in the season-opener against High Point... Scored three points, pulled down three rebounds, handed out two assists and picked up a steal against UPR-Mayaguez in the first round of the San Juan Shootout... Added two points, four rebounds and a steal against McNeese State... Saw a season-high 15 minutes of action against McNeese State... Had two points and an assist against Nicholls State... Dished out a pair of assists and grabbed a rebound in the win over Buffalo in the first round of the DoubleTree Classic... Recorded her first career blocked shot to go along with two points and a career-best four assists against Cincinnati in the regular season... Added three assists a game later against Louisville... Had two rebounds and a steal against UAB in the first round of the Conference USA Tournament.
2000-01: Sat out the season with a medical redshirt
Prep: Earned three letters while playing for coach Peggy Whitley at Clear Creek High School... Chosen second-team All-State by Texas Basketball Magazine... Named first-team All-Greater Houston by the area's sportswriters... Played in the Texas Girls Coaches Association All-Star game... Also an All-Star selection by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches... Helped lead Clear Creek to the Region semifinals with a 28-4 record... First-team All-district honoree in 1999 and 2000... Chosen as the District Most Valuable Player as a senior... Was a second-team All-Region choice in 1999... Selected to the All-Tournament teams of the Alvin Holiday Classic and the Georgetown Invitational... Averaged 12.0 points, 6.5 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game as a junior... Also earned two letters with the volleyball team and four letters while running track... Earned district championships in the 100-meter hurdles, 300-meter hurdles and the 1600-meter relay with the track team... Was a member of the National Honor Society and was class president.
Personal: Tymeka Charelle Moore was born January 23, 1982 in Houston, Texas... The daughter of Willie and Thelma Moore... Her brother, Willie, Jr., played basketball at Houston, while her father, Willie, Sr., played basketball at Stephen F. Austin.