Started 24 games in the outfield for Mizzou in her first collegiate season, appearing in 30 total games primarily in right field.
Batted 9-for-53 (.170) in her initial Black & Gold season, including a double and home run.
Provided run production out of her nine hits, tallying eight RBI.
One of two Tigers to earn three walks in a game, recording the feat in the five-inning, 13-1 win over Maryland at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic in Palm Springs, Calif., on Feb. 21.
First hit of the season proved to be a big one, putting Mizzou up 1-0 with a home run in the third inning on No. 5 Florida at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic on Feb. 22.
Knocked in one RBI on 1-for-2 hitting in the five-inning, 11-0 win at Ole Miss (March 15).
Batted 2-for-3 with a double in the second game of the Missouri State doubleheader (April 3), a 7-0 win.
Had a perfect outing in the second game of the Western Illinois doubleheader (May 1), hitting 2-for-2 with four RBI in the five-inning, 12-4 victory.
Brought in the initial run of Mizzou's 2-0 win over No. 2 Tennessee (May 4), singling to left field to drive in the run.
Played first base for the Ayala Bulldogs under head coach John Amuluxen, helping the team to the 2010 California Interscholastic Foundation (CIF) High School championship as a sophomore.
That 2010 squad was also named the California State Team of the Year and was the ESPN Faster to 1st Champion.
Was a Second Team All-CIF selection that season, hitting .305 with a .427 slugging percentage and a .442 on base percentage.
Her junior year, she hit .387 with a .472 OBP and a .484 SLG, earning her First Team All-Sierra League recognition.
As a senior, she hit .461 with a .564 OBP and an .868 SLG with eight home runs in conference play, 27 RBI and 17 walks, which led to her being named First Team All-Sierra League, First Team All-CIF Southern Section and First Team All-State.
Was also ranked as the No. 21 senior in the entire country by ESPN.
Also ran cross country and played volleyball.
Played club ball for the So Cal Explosion Gold out of Huntington Beach, Calif., helping them to a fifth place finish at the PGF National Championship in 2011.
Sarah Moore was born to James and Della Moore in Whittier, Calif., on March 20, 1994.
She is the middle of three children, as she has an older brother, Conrad, and a younger brother, Nolan.
Her father, James, played baseball at Long Beach City College, while her mother, Della, attended Cal State Fullerton and is a paralegal.
Majoring in journalism and aspires to be a traveling journalist and take a mission trip to Africa after graduation.