Iyana  Moore

6Iyana Moore


Marietta, Ga.

High School:




  • Points: 6, vs Miss. State 9/23/12
  • Assists: 3, vs Samford 8/17/12
  • SOG: 2, 4x, vs. Alabama 9/14/12
  • Goals: 3 at Miss. State 9/23/12
  • Shots: 6 x2 vs. Miss. State 9/21/12
  • Minutes: 66 at Cal State Northridge 9/7/12

  • Scored a career high three goals in the 6-0 win over Miss. State (9/23)
  • Had two shots on goal in win over Alabama (9/14)
  • Set or tied career highs at Cal State Northridge in minutes played (66), shots (six) and SOG (two)
  • Scored first goal of career in the 24th minute of 2-0 win at Kennesaw State (8/31)
  • Played 52 minutes in the overtime win over William and Mary (8/24)
  • Recorded 3 assists in her first career start against Samford (8/17)

AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Reaped playing time in 10 Lady Vol matches as a substitute at forward (187 total minutes), registering two assists...Saw her first SEC action by drawing seven minutes off the bench in the 4-2 win over #6 Florida (9/25)...Was credited with a shot on goal in 25 minutes of action during the 5-0 rout of Charlotte (9/9)...Fired a drive in the 44th minute that was initially saved by UNC Greensboro keeper Kelsey Kearney, but the rebound was blasted home by Kylie Bono, granting Moore her second helper of the season during UT's 2-0 win (9/4)...Picked up her first collegiate assist and point on Caroline Brown's goal at 65:38 of the win at Oklahoma (8/21) as her shot on goal was tipped by the Sooner keeper right to Brown's feet for an easy tip-in.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Headed to Tennessee rated both #9 overall in the South Atlantic Region and as a four-star athlete by Top Drawer Soccer in its 2011 scholastic listing...Also chosen as a 2011 Scout.com and Top Drawer Soccer "Player to Watch"...As a seventh and eighth-grade starter, helped the Ridgeland High School (Miss.) varsity soccer team to Mississippi State titles in 2005 & 2006, respectively...Also starred in track at Ridgeland in 2006 by winning the 100-, 200-, 400- meter and high jump MS State Games titles as well as the 4x400 Ridgeland High School varsity track team state crown as a seventh grader...Played club soccer for the United Futbol Academy (UFA), the North Atlanta Soccer Association (NASA) G12 Elite II and the MS Fire Juniors...Assisted the UFA to the 2011 Georgia U-17 State Championship and also helped the squad advance to the 2011 Region III Regional Semifinals...Also played in the 2010-11 United States Youth Soccer Association (USYSA) U-17 National League Tournament...Helped guide the NASA G12 Elite II to the 2010 USYSA U-16 National Championships, to both a 2009-10 USYSA U-16 National League crown and Georgia State title, to a 2009 USYSA Region III Regional finalist berth, to the 2008 CASL Showcase, Region III Premier League and Georgia State Championships, the 2007 WAGS title and both the 2006 CASL Showcase and Atlanta Cup titles...Her MS Fire Juniors won the 2005 Mississippi State Championship...Was part of the Georgia Olympic Development Program (ODP) 2010 Region III Team and the Region III pool in 2009 & 2010 and was on the ODP squad from 2005-2010...Was part of Georgia's 93G ODP Region III titlists and played in the 2010 ODP National Championships in Phoenix, Ariz., and the Algarve Cup in Algarve, Portugal...Participated in the 2008 National Team Camp in Pomona, Calif....Was a member of the Magnet Program, an Honor Student, was part of the 2009 National Scholars Leadership Committee and a 2010 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) winner while at Wheeler H.S.

PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences at UT...Chose to come to Tennessee out of a group of schools that included Miami (Fla.), Vanderbilt and Rutgers...Cites her first successful bicycle kick as her greatest thrill to date in the sport...Hopes to become an oncologist or an engineer following her playing career...Lists making the U.S. Senior Women's National Team as her greatest ambition in soccer...Has one sister Lanesha, 19...Iyana Mykel Moore was born Aug. 1, 1993, in New York, N.Y....Her mother is Shannon Moore.



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