Fresno State: (2005) Second Team All-WAC ... started in all 55 games he played this season either in the outfield or at DH ... led the team in doubles with 16, and was tied for third on the team with five home runs ... fourth on the team with 30 RBI ... one for four with a double against Stanford (1/30) ... finished off an 11-pitch at bat with a game-tying two run homer against UCSB , sparking the win, going three for four on the day (2/20) ... four for five with three RBI against Chicago State (2/26) ... two for four with a walk against Loyola Marymount ... two for four with a solo home run against Cal Poly (3/6) ... homered two days in a row after Southern Utah served one up as well (3/7) ... three for five on two consecutive days against San Jose State (5/6, 7) ... three for four against Louisiana Tech (5/20) (2004) Academic All-WAC ... WAC Scholar Athlete ... Fresno State Scholar Athlete ... recipient of team's most improved award ...started 19 of the 35 games he played in (12-left field, 5-right field, 2-dh) ... sported a .518 slugging percentage ... hit a game-winning two-run homer in the bottom of the tenth inning against Rice (5/22) ... tallied a career high three hits against Rice (5/23) ... swatted his third homer of the year against San Jose State (5/8) ... also doubled and tripled to register a career high tying three hits ... logged seven multi-hit games for the season ... hit his first two home runs during the Cal State Fullerton series ... clubbed a two-run blast Saturday (3/20) and a solo shot Sunday (3/21) ... recorded his first stolen base of the season against Dallas Baptist (3/6) ... was 2-4 with a pair of doubles in his first start of the year (right field) against Cal (2/22). (2003) Freshman Academic All-WAC ... named team's co-most improved player (Matt Scott) ... played in 37 games while making 32 starts ... tied for second on the team with eight home runs ... hit a go-ahead solo homer in the seventh inning against SJSU (5/11) ... belted a game-winning three-run homer in the eleventh inning against Louisiana Tech (3/29) ... scored the game- winning run against USC (5/20) ... went 3-for-4 with a homer and two doubles at USC (3/25) to record his first career three-hit game ... 15 of his 19 hits were extra base hits.
Saint Mary's High School: Lettered in football, basketball and baseball ... named one of the top 10 athletes in the Bay Area as a senior ... recorded a .478 career batting average.
Personal: Chase Martin Moore was born Jan. 15, 1984, in Berkeley, Calif. ... son of Mattie and Emmett ... has an older brother, Erick, and two older sisters, Mia and Dana ... favorite athlete is Barry Bonds because of his hitting ability.
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