Moore, who most recently guided the University of Oregon to 10 NCAA Championship appearances in 12 seasons, including the 2012 NCAA Championship Match, is one of the winningest coaches in Pac-12 history, ranking ninth all-time in both total (246) and conference (120) victories.
Moore has an overall coaching record of 598-288 in 27 seasons with stops at Northern Michigan, Kansas State, Texas and Chico State, in addition to Oregon. He has coached 12 U.S. National Team players, recruited 30 All-Americans and led his 1993 Northern Michigan team to a NCAA Division II National Championship.
Prior to Moore’s arrival at Oregon, where he coached from 2005 to 2016, the Ducks had gone 14 years without a winning record. His 2006 team started a new streak, winning 17 games (17-12), and earning him Pac-12 Coach of the Year accolades. UO has had a winning record every season since.
Moore’s Ducks were one of only two Pac-12 schools during his tenure to receive the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-Academic Team award and qualify for the NCAA Championship tournament in multiple years.