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    Craig Moore
    Craig Moore

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Doylestown, Pa.

    High School:
    Lawrenceville (N.J.) Prep

    Height / Weight:
    6-3 / 185

    Position:
    G



    11/10/2006

    Northwestern vs. Cornell - November 10, 2006

    Northwestern vs. Cornell - November 10, 2006 (photos courtesy of Associated Press)

    2008-09: Consensus third-team All-Big Ten selection ... Broke his own single-season school record with 110 3-pointers ... Ranked first in the Big Ten with a norm of 3.55 made 3-pointers per game ... Made 320 career 3-pointers, the fourth most in Big Ten history ... Named Big Ten co-Player of the Week Nov. 24 ... Became school's career leader in 3-pointers made vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (11/19) and 3-point attempts at Butler (11/25) ... Scored a career-high 31 points, including 24 in the first half on eight 3-pointers in just nine attempts, at Brown (11/22) ... Hit a school-record nine 3-pointers overall in the contest, with the eight in the first half setting a Big Ten record for a half ... Surpassed 1,000 career-point mark vs. No. 10 Michigan State (1/3) ... Connected on six 3-pointers and scored a game-high 22 points in a win over No. 18 Minnesota (1/18) ... Scored 21 points and hit two game-winning free throws with 6.6 seconds left in a win over Indiana (1/28) ... Posted 26 points, including six late free throws over the final 15.6 seconds of play that sealed a win over Wisconsin (1/31).

    2007-08: Honorable mention All-Big Ten selection of the media ... Started all 30 games ... Led the Big Ten in made 3-pointers per contest (3.23), was third in steals (1.83 pg) and fourth in minutes played per game (35.4) ... Hit a school season-record 97 3-pointers ... Ranked second on the team and 12th in the Big Ten with an average of 3.1 assists per game ... Scored 20 or more points in a game six times ... Set a school record with eight made 3-pointers in 12 attempts en route to 25 points in a win at Michigan (2/23) ... Grabbed a career-best 11 rebounds, including eight in the first half, as part of a double-double (15 points) at Iowa (2/19) ... Scored a career-high 28 points with seven made 3-pointers vs. Michigan State (1/24) ... Tied a school record with 14 3-point field goal attempts at Ohio State (1/6) and again vs. Michigan State (1/24) ... Tallied 24 points in a win at Western Michigan (12/8) ... Posted a team season-high seven steals against Savannah State (12/1).

    2006-07: Played in all 31 games with 25 starts ... Finished third on team with 8.1 ppg and led team with 59 3-point FG's ... Had 16 games with multiple 3FG's and three games with six or more. ... Tied a school record with seven 3-pointers and recorded 24 points in the win over Miami (Fla.) (11/28)_in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge ... Was 7-of-10 from long range and 8-of-11 overall from the field ... Bettered that mark in the very next game with a career-high 26 points in the overtime win over Western Michigan (12/9) ... Shot 8-of-11 for the second consecutive game and connected on six 3-pointers ... The 13 made three's in that two-game stretch was an NU_record ... Recorded 13 points and four assists in the narrow defeat to Indiana (2/28) ... Swished a 35-footer with under two minutes and the shot clock expiring in the win over Penn State (2/10), giving NU a four-point lead late in the game ... Had 18 points and made six three's in the road loss at Penn State (1/3) ... Led a strong second-half comeback in the Big Ten Tournament loss to Michigan State with five 3-pointers.

    2005-06: Named to the Big Ten All-Freshman team ... Averaged 6.8 ppg, 2.3 apg and had a +2.0 assist-to-turnover ratio ... Had 68 assists and just 34 turnovers (+2.0) on the year as a true-freshman ... Started all 16 Big Ten games--the only Wildcat to start every conference game--and the final 24 games of the season ... Received first career start at Virginia (11/30) ... Was second on the team with 54 3-pointers in all games played (1.8 per game) and also second with 35 in Big Ten games (2.2 per game) ... Hit 21 3-pointers over a six-game span ... Hit at least one 3-pointer in all but one conference game ... Hit the game-tying 3-pointer with 0.9 seconds left to force overtime in the win at Purdue (1/25) ... Drilled a season-high five 3-pointers in the win at Minnesota for a season-high 15 points ... Connected on multiple 3-pointers on 18 occasions and hit three or more treys eight times ... In conference games only, led all Big Ten freshman with 2.5 assists and 3FG made per game (2.2) and was second in 3FG percentage (.365) and scoring (8.1) ... Recorded a season-high six assists in the win over Delaware State (12/3) ... Equaled that mark in the win over Purdue (1/4) and against Penn State (1/11).

    High School: Four-year letterwinner ... Team captain as a senior ... Averaged 15 points, eight rebounds and eight assists ... Hit 171 three-pointers in his career ... Named to all-tournament team at Peddie Invitational ... Preseason "Player to Watch" in The Trenton Times ... As a junior, averaged 12 points, six rebounds, seven assists per game for 24-4 Big Red team that won New Jersey Prep A championship ... Scored 14 points and had 10 rebounds in title-game win over St. Benedict's team that featured NBA player J.R. Smith ... Second-team New Jersey Prep A All-State ... All-tournament at Hillside (N.J.) Tournament ... Scored 21 points and hit six of eight three-pointers in win over defending state champion St. Patrick's ... As a sophomore, averaged 11 points, five rebounds and five assists for 18-9 team ... Third-team all-state ... Scored 23 points in win over Blair Academy team that featured current NBA players Luol Deng and Charlie Villanueva in New Jersey Prep A semifinal ... High school coach was Ron Kane ... Also lettered twice in soccer ... Most recent AAU team was New Jersey All-Stars ... Team won national title at AAU Super Showcase (Orlando, Fla.) ... Also advanced to Final Four at 2004 Peach Jam Tournament, including 30-point win over top-ranked AAU team in the country.

    Personal: Born Craig Alan Moore ... Son of Jeff and Diana Moore ... Father played soccer at University of Hartford, while mother played basketball for the Hawks ... Chose Northwestern over Stanford, Rice, Davidson, Princeton and Pennsylvania ... Communication studies major.

    Moore's Career Stats

                                     Total         3-Point                    Rebounds
    Year      GP-GS   Min/Avg    FG-FGA   Pct   FG-FGA   Pct   FT-FTA   Pct Off-Def  Tot  Avg  PF-FO Ast  TO Blk Stl  Pts/Avg
    2005-06   29-24   794/27.4   66-171  .386   54-152  .355   11-13   .846  17-37    54  1.9  44-0   68  34   2  18  197/6.8
    2006-07   31-25   851/27.5   83-226  .367   59-180  .328   26-35   .743  16-40    56  1.8  53-0   63  37   4  27  251/8.1
    2007-08   30-30  1062/35.4  138-312  .442   97-242  .401   29-35   .829  15-72    87  2.9  70-2   93  57   7  55  402/13.4
    TOTAL     90-79  2707/30.1  287-709  .405  210-574  .366   66-83   .795  48-149  197  2.2 167-2  224 128  13 100  850/9.4