Hit .333 (4-for-12) in eight games during the fall with four walks, three runs and two sacrifices.
2002: Started 27 games and played in 46 ... hit .153 with 11 hits, seven runs and three RBI ... has excellent speed and was used in slap hitting situations ... went 1-for 2 against both Mississippi State (2/15) and Saint Louis (3/27) ... went 1-for-2 with one RBI against Southeast Missouri State (3/5) ... was three of four stealing bases and made just one error in 20 attempts.
2001: Started 14 games and played in 46 ... batted .132 with five hits, five total bases and 13 runs scored ... scored seven times in conference games alone ... also stole two bases in four attempts ... boasted a .917 fielding percentage ... posted two multiple-hit games which included a 2-for-4 effort against Mississippi State (2/17).
2000: Saw action in 35 games while making eight starts ... batted .182 with four hits and three runs batted in ... also had four total bases and a .182 slugging percentage ... stole one base in two attempts and tallied seven putouts ... went 2-for-3 with one run scored vs. Syracuse (3/26) ... also had one RBI and one run scored at Saint Louis (4/18).
Parkway South: Lettered in both soccer and softball ... named best offensive player for soccer on two occasions ... selected first-team all-conference her junior and senior years ... as a senior, led the team in batting average (.420), hits (37) and stolen bases (24) ... her career varsity totals consist of 80 hits in 199 at-bats for a .402 batting average ... additionally scored 70 runs, had 22 RBIs and stole 76 bases.
Personal: Majoring in health education ... holds a 3.46 cumulative grade point average ... father played baseball at Michigan ... has three sisters, Heather, Tara and Misti ... is the daughter of Terry and Carol Moore ... born on Feb. 20, 1981 in St. Louis.
Blaylock on Moore: “Kendra has continued to gain strength and has become a threat to get on base everytime she is up. Her on base percentage in the fall was outstanding. Kendra also tracks the ball very well in the outfield.”
Moore's Stats At Southern Illinois University