2010 (Sophomore): Appeared in 12 games, including seven conference matches ... took three shots, one each vs. UCLA, San Diego State and Cal ... had one shot on goal vs. Cal.
2009 (Freshman): Had a stellar freshman campaign as he was one of five first-year players named to the All-Pac-10 team ... earned Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 honors ... second on the team with 10 points ... his four goals and two assists were both good for second on the squad as well ... took just 30 shots during the season and his .133 scoring percentage was tops on the team ... two of his goals were game-winners, tied for the team lead ... his first career goal was a game-winner as he netted the lone goal in UW's season-opening 1-0 win at Seattle ... also had the game-clincher in UW's 3-1 win over Cal Poly in the Husky Fever Classic ... added another goal in the match for his first career two-goal game ... also had a goal in UW's 1-1 draw with No. 18 Stanford on the road ... started the first two matches of the season before coming off the bench in the next two ... started 13 of the last 14 matches ... his first assist came in a 2-1 win at UC Davis, setting up Brent Richards in the 80th minute for the game-tying goal before UW won it in overtime ... also had an assist in the next game against Portland, setting up Richards again in the second half ... came on strong in Pac-10 play ... had a career-high seven shots in a 1-1 draw at home with then-No. 4 UCLA.
Attended The Head-Royce School in Oakland, Calif. ... four-year high school letterwinner and two-year team captain in soccer ... four-time first-team All-league selection ... scored a school-record 30 goals as a freshman ... four-time Oakland Tribune Athlete of the Week ... helped team to four-straight Bay Area Conference league titles ... led squad to two Northcoast Sectional runner-up spots as a freshman and senior ... squad was also a NCS quarterfinalist his sophomore year and a semifinalist his junior year ... played club soccer for Mustang Soccer Club ... U-18 U.S. National ODP pool player in 2008 ... two-year member of the Cal North ODP team ... also played for the Region VI ODP team, the Super-Y ODP Pacific Northwest Regional Team ... Super-Y ODP National Pool (2006-07)...helped club side to 2007 Northern Cal State Cup championship ... two-time quarterfinalist at the 2006 and 2007 Super Y-League National Championships (Tampa, Fla.) ... a talented multi-sport athlete ... also a four-year HS letterwinner in basketball ... competed in track and field ... set Bay Area Conference record in the 100-meters in 2008.
Ryan Andrew Moore ... born in Riverside, Calif. ... parents are Linda and Jarvis ... has a sister, Kaitlyn who plays club soccer ... played club soccer with current University of California players Andrew Wiedeman and David Bingham ... intended major is business.
RYAN MOORE'S CAREER STATISTICS