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Jim Moore, head women's volleyball coach
Jim Moore

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.