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Chicago, Ill.

High School:
Bolingbrook H.S.



2014-15 Season Highs
Points:25 // Tennessee St., 11/24/14
Rebounds:14 // Penn, 11/14/14
Assists:3 // Penn, 11/14/14
Steals:4 // Vanderbilt, 3/1/15
Blocks:6 // Alabama, 2/19/15
Field Goals:12 // Penn, 11/14/14
Free Throws:5 // Tennessee St., 11/24/14
Minutes:31 // Penn, 11/14/14
Career Highs
Points:25 // Tennessee St., 11/24/14
Rebounds:14 // Penn, 11/14/14
Assists:3 // Penn, 11/14/14
Steals:4 // Vanderbilt, 3/1/15
Blocks:6 // Alabama, 2/19/15
Field Goals:12 // Penn, 11/14/14
Free Throws:5 // Tennessee St., 11/24/14
Minutes:31 // Penn, 11/14/14
SEC Highs
Points:12 // Ole Miss, 2/10/13
Rebounds:7 // Alabama, 2/19/15
Assists:1 // Ole Miss, 2/12/15*
Steals:4 // Vanderbilt, 3/1/15
Blocks:6 // Alabama, 2/19/15
Field Goals:4 // Georgia, 2/26/15*
Free Throws:4 // Ole Miss, 2/10/13*
Minutes:14 // Georgia, 1/27/15
NCAA Highs
Points:8 // Boise St., 3/21/15
Rebounds:3 // Pitt, 3/25/15
Assists:2 // Oral Roberts 3/23/13
Steals:1 // N'western St., 3/22/14
Blocks:2 // Pitt, 3/23/15
Field Goals:4 // Boise St., 3/21/15
Free Throws:--
Minutes:12 // Pitt, 3/23/15
*Indicates most recent high

    • Played a personal NCAA-high 12 minutes in the second round against Pitt. Produced three rebounds, two points and two blocks in the win.
    • Scored a personal NCAA tourney-high eight points on 4-for-7 shooting in the first round vs. Boise St. Tallied two rebounds and two blocks in 11 efficient minutes.
    • Led the team in blocked shots on seven occasions as a junior, including a six-swat outing vs. Alabama.
    • Her six-block game tied for the most blocked shots by a UT junior in a game.
    • Led the team in scoring on three occasions and in rebounding twice.
    • Produced eight double-figure scoring games this year, including three 20-plus games. •Played in every game this season and started a career-high nine, averaging 5.1 ppg and 3.1 rpg.
    • Played in all three games of the tournament, averaging 6.7 points and 2.7 rebounds per game.
    • Produced a season-high 159 points with a .593 field-goal percentage.
    • One of only six players in UT history to record back-to-back 20-point games to open a season.
    • Scored 20-plus points in three of the first four games of the season, including a career-high 25 pts. vs. Tennessee State. Was also a career-best four consecutive double-digit scoring games.
    • Carded her second career double-double in the first game of the season vs. Penn (24 pts./14 rebs.). She notched career highs in rebounds, assists (3), field goals (12) and minutes played (31) in that game.
    • Tallied three-plus steals vs. Tennessee St. (3) and Vanderbilt (4).
    • In the regular season finale, stole a career-high four balls vs. Vanderbilt. Scored four points and grabbed two rebounds in 16 minutes.
    • In 10 minutes at Georgia, shot 4-for-4 to contribute eight points and a rebound in the win.
    • Grabbed a personal SEC-high seven rebounds vs. Alabama.

    • Appeared in a career-high 21 games as a sophomore, hitting double figures in scoring twice and in rebounding on one occasion.
    • Led the team in block shots in six contests, including a three-block outing against Tennessee State.
    • Had a career day against Troy, recording her first double-double with 10 points and a team-leading 13 rebounds in a personal-best 22 minutes of play.
    • Recorded her second double-figure scoring outing of the year with a season-high 11 points against Lipscomb.
    • Recorded one steal and contributed two points against the Lady Demons in UT's NCAA First Round against Northwestern State.
    • Led the team in blocks with two in UT's 72-67 win at LSU.
    • Made her 2013-14 season debut against Chattanooga, entering at 9:07 remaining in the first half.
    • Scored her first points of the season with a layup with 1:24 to go in the first half in that tilt vs. UTC.
    • Against the Lady Mocs, she recorded four points, five rebounds and a two blocks in 12 minutes of play.
    • Saw action against Northwestern State, St. John's and Maryland during the NCAA Tournament.

    • Saw action in 20 games and was in the starting lineup vs. Davidson.
    • Wore No. 21 during her first year at UT before switching to No. 1 after her rookie season.
    • Scored in double figures in a pair of games for the Lady Vols.
    • Tossed in a career-high 12 points vs. Ole Miss, connecting on four-of-five shots from the field and four-of-four from the free throw line.
    • First double-figure scoring game came vs. Alcorn State, when she rang up 10 points and added a career-best seven boards in a career-high 18 minutes of action.
    • Earned her first career start against Davidson, contributing four points and grabbing four boards.
    • Had the highest free throw percentage on the team, hitting four-of-four charity attempts vs. North Carolina, Mississippi State and Ole Miss.
    • Blocked two shots in home games vs. Alcorn State, Missouri and Alabama.
    • Saw three minutes of action in her first game action as a Lady Vol in UT's 71-54 win over Georgia Tech.
    • Played vs. Oral Roberts, Creighton and Oklahoma in the NCAA Tournament.

    • Played summer ball with the Illinois Dream Team.

    • Illinois Basketball Coaches Association 3A-4A All-State Second Team (2012).
    • Chicago Tribune All-State special-mention selection.
    • Rated a three-star recruit by HoopGurlz and the 82nd-best forward in her class nationally.
    • Labeled as a shot-blocker/changer by HoopGurlz.
    • Averaged nine points, seven rebounds and 2.2 blocks as a senior.
    • Was one of seven players on that team to sign with an NCAA Division I school.
    • Played with her twin sister, Annaya, and Lady Vol teammate Ariel Massengale at Bolingbrook High School.
    • Helped BHS win at state title in 2010-11 after transferring from Morgan Park High School.
    • Originally signed with Illinois, but asked for, and was granted, a release.

    • Full name is Nia Amina Moore.
    • Born Sept. 11, 1993, in Chicago, Ill.
    • Mother is Ayanna Moore.
    • Twin sister, Annaya, played basketball at Troy (Ala.) University and is now a manager for the Lady Vols.
    • Other siblings include Cameron, Kalil and Jeff.
    • Majoring in psychology.
    • Recipient of the Doris Lewis Winners' Circle Scholarship.
    • Follow @niamoore1 on Instagram.
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