10 Brittany Moore
|High School:||El Modena HS|
TITANS `07: Continued her successful run at Cal State Fullerton in 2007, earning her second consecutive first-team All-Big West honor - a first for the Fullerton volleyball program Became just the fifth first-team All-Big West selection for CSF Earned Co-Big West Player of the Week honors on Oct. 12, large-in-part to a 30-kill performance vs. UC Riverside at home on Oct. 12; Becomes just the second Titan volleyballer to win two player of the week awards in her career, tying Becky Howlett (1990 and 1991) Played in 27 of the Titans' 30 matches and posted double digits in kills in all but five of those matches Blasted a career-high 30 kills on Oct. 12 vs. Riverside, becoming the first Titan since Megan Sabo (9/16/2000) to break the 30-kill plateau Had a string of three matches from Sept. 7-Sept. 11 in which she collected 20-or-more kills in all three games (25/21/20) Ranked second in the Big West in kills-per-game (4.52) and sixth in total kills (444) Hit a season best .405 (18-3-37) on Aug. 31 vs. Bowling Green Posted double digits in digs 12 times, 11 of which were on the tail end of double-doubles (kills-digs) Accumulated a career-best 25 digs on Oct. 6 at UC Santa Barbara, one of two times on the year with 20-plus digs Tallied a career-high 5 service aces on Sept. 7 at Texas State With the emergence of Alex Wolnisty and the addition of Erin Saddler, her blocking totals were down in 2007; Posted a career best four solo blocks on Nov. 7 at UC Irvine and tied her career best with seven block assists on Nov. 16 vs. Long Beach State Was named to the CenturyTel Premier (Texas State) and Bronco Invitational (Boise State) all-tournament teams and was named the University Village Athlete of the Week on Sept. 11 and Oct. 15. Was named the team MVP for a second time in her career Currently ranks in numerous Fullerton career Top 10 categories: kills (5th), kills per game (3.41), attack attempts (5th), attack percentage (2nd), block solos (8th), block assists (3rd), total blocks (3rd), points (5th) and points per game (10th).
TITANS `06: Played in all 103 games for the Titans in 2006 Picked up double digits in kills on 21 occasions, including her season-high 18 on Sept. 2 against the College of Charleston Was a perfect 10-for-10 in kills (1.000) on Aug. 26 against Alabama State Posted a season-high 11 digs on Nov. 3 against Cal Poly, her first career double-double Led the team with 120 total blocks, 24 solos and 96 block assists Had a season-high 3 solo blocks on two occasions, with the last coming on Nov. 4 in the Titans' first-ever win against UC Santa Barbara Had a career-high 9.0 total blocks (3 solo and 6 assists) on Oct. 28 vs. Pacific Ranked 8th in the Big West Conference with a .300 attack percentage Ranked 8th in the Big West with 1.17 blocks per game Tied her career-high with 7 block assists on Oct. 26 at UC Davis Named Big West Player of the Week for the week ending Sept. 3. She posted 42 kills and 15 blocks in the Four Points Titan Classic in three matches on Sept. 1 and 2 and was later named the tournament's MVP Was named to the Holiday Inn Fullerton Classic All-Tournament Team after posting 40 kills and 11 blocks and 6 digs in three matches on Sept. 15 and 16 at Titan Gym Was selected to the Big West Conference First Team, joining three other Titans earning all-league honors - the first squad in the program's history with four all-league members in a season Her selection to the All-Big West First Team was just the fourth in Cal State Fullerton history Was named the team's Most Valuable Player Joined Vanessa Vella as an invitee to USA Volleyball tryouts in Feb. 2007.
TITANS `05: Became the 10th Titan all-time to receive recognition by the Big West Conference on the All-Freshman Team Her .310 hitting percentage was good for sixth in the conference and best on the Titan squad Was named to the Hawthorn Suites Fullerton Classic and the Four Points Titan Classic All-Tournament Teams and was given the team's Coaches Award at season's end Was one of three Titans (Sarah Morrison and Vanessa Vella were the others) to play in all 109 games of the season Led the team in total blocks with 104, and block solos with 13 Was third on the team in total kills with 291 (2.67 per game) The freshman also scored the third-most points on the Titans, collecting 349.5 total points and 3.20 per game Posted 17 matches with 10 or more kills including her season-high 19 on Nov. 11 versus UC Irvine Stuffed a season-high 7 blocks (1 BS, 6 BA) on Sept. 3 versus UMKC, and collected 6 blocks on four other occasions Scooped a season-high 4 digs on Nov. 11 versus UC Irvine.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played two seasons at El Modena High School in Orange, Calif. Was the two-time MVP of the Vanguards her junior and senior years Earned All-CIF honors her senior year and was a two-time first-team All-Century League selection Named to the Edison Tournament all-tournament team in 2003 and 2004.
PERSONAL: Born on January 6, 1987, in Fountain Valley, Calif. Parents are Dwight Moore and Renee Duerson-Moore Is an only child Full name is Brittany Danielle Moore Chose Fullerton because of its good business program as well as its proximity to home Wants to get a BA in business and possibly go into public relations Lists her cell phone as her most prized possession Says she's better than anyone else at memorizing song lyrics Can't sleep past noon Would have liked to meet Bob Marley or Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Favorites include: "The Real World" (TV show), "Bad Boys II" (movie), anything from In `N Out (food) Her advice to kids is to "Stay in school."