FRESHMAN (2009-10): Transferred to Fresno State following her freshman season at WSU...named first-team Pacific-10 Conference All-Freshman and honorable mention Pac-10 All-Defense...was also named to the Pac-10 Media All-Defensive Team and the Pac-10 Media All-Freshman Team...one of two freshman named to the media's all-defensive team...one of two Cougars to start each of the team's 30 games in 2009-10...just the second freshman in school history to accomplish the feat...ranked second on the team in scoring and 19th in the Pac-10, averaging 12.0 points per game...scoring average ranks fifth on WSU's freshman NCAA list...averaged 3.2 steals per game, the ninth-most nationally and the second-most by a freshman in the country...the total also led the Pac-10...ranked fourth in the conference in assists (3.5 per game) and eighth in assist/turnover ratio (0.7)...scored in double figures 21 times, the fourth-most by a Cougar freshman in NCAA history...nine-straight double-digit efforts to begin her career set the WSU NCAA freshman record...scored a season-high 24 points at Oregon (1/3/10)...led or tied for the team high in scoring eight times...361 points on the season rank fifth on school's freshman NCAA list...pulled down a season-high nine rebounds against both Bradley (11/28/09) and USC (2/18/10)...led or tied for the team high in rebounds four times...led or tied for the team high in assists 17 times...105 assists on the season led WSU and are the third-most by a Cougar freshman in NCAA history...only the third Cougar freshman to record 100-or-more in a season...recorded a season-high eight assists at California (1/16/10)...recorded 95 steals in 2009-10, setting WSU's NCAA freshman record...the mark also ranks sixth all-time at WSU in a single season...led or tied for the team high in steals 18 times...set WSU's freshman NCAA single-game record with eight steals against Saint Mary's (12/3/09), and then matched it with eight more against Oregon State (3/7/10)...free throw percentage of .713 (87-of-122) ranks third on WSU's NCAA freshman list...averaged 12.0 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 3.2 steals in 28.9 minutes per game.
Four-year letterwinner for head coach Brian Harrigan...FRESHMAN year team went 32-2, winning the West Coast Athletic League Championship and state championship...honorable mention All-WCAL...SOPHOMORE year led Irish to a 32-2 record and another state and WCAL Championship...was named San Francisco Examiner All-City First Team, All-WCAL Second Team and honorable mention all-state...played in the Sac vs. Bay All-Star Game...JUNIOR year led squad to the USA Today National Championship with an undefeated record (33-0)...team also won its third consecutive California Division III State Championship...named first-team All-WCAL, San Francisco Examiner All-City First Team, San Francisco Chronicle All-Metro First Team, second-team all-state and third-team All-NorCal...once again played in the Sac vs. Bay All-Star Game...SENIOR year was a team captain and North-South All-Star, leading her squad to the WCAL Championship with a perfect 14-0 record...team won the WCAL Tournament and was Central Coast Section champions...averaged 16.5 ppg, 10 rpg, 7.5 spg and 6 apg...garnered all-state first team, WCAL First Team, All-Metro First Team, All-NorCal First Team, San Francisco Chronicle First Team, Regional Player of the year and WCAL Player of the Year accolades...McDonald's All-America and Sporting News All-America nominations...finalist for Ms. California Basketball...City College All-Star MVP...LeLani Classic (Hawaii) All-Tournament team...all-around top performer in the Northern Regional, scoring 23 points, pulling down 14 rebounds and recording five steals and four assists...led team to a combined 125-6 record during her four-year varsity career, never losing consecutive games...team went on a combined 61-game winning strek from 2007-09...was named to the ESPN-HoopGurlz Top 100...played for the Bay Area Lady Warriors and was a member of the San Francisco PAL Pop Warner Tackle Football Junior Pee Wee League from 1999-2001...named to the Nike Northwest Invitational All-Tournament team and was named most valuable player of the Oregon Trails in 2008...in 2007 was named most valuable player of the River City Classic...named to the all-tournament teams at both the River City Classic and the Oregon Trails in 2006.
Ki-Shawna Moore...born in San Francisco...parents Gary Moore and Kennita Chambers...brothers Gary Moore and Dominic Johnson...enjoys music, collecting Jordans, Air Forces, movies and computers...major is undeclared.
MIN: 37 vs. Washington, 1/29/10
FGM: 8 vs. Boise State, 11/29/10
FGA: 18 at Stanford, 1/14/10
3FGM: 3 at USC, 2/18/10
3FGA: 7 (twice) at Washington, 2/27/10*
FTM: 8 at Oregon, 1/3/10
FTA: 10 (3 times) vs. UCLA, 1/21/10*
REB: 9 (twice) at USC, 2/18/10*
ASST: 8 at California, 1/16/10
BLKS: 1 at Montana State, 12/11/09
STLS: 8 (twice) vs. Oregon State, 3/7/10*
PTS: 24 at Oregon, 1/3/10
* denotes most recent occurrence
Total 3-Point Rebounds
Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg
2009-10 30-30 867/28.9 125-340 .368 24-100 .240 87-122 .713 27-107 134 4.5 58-0 105 146 1 95 361/12.0
TOTAL 30-30 867/28.9 125-340 .368 24-100 .240 87-122 .713 27-107 134 4.5 58-0 105 146 1 95 361/12.0