|High School:||Dudley HS|
|Previous College:||Surry Community College|
2012 • JUNIOR SEASON: Travis was one of the best lead-off hitters in the nation last year after he was moved into that position half way through the season…….in 44 games played, Travis batted .367 with 62 hits, 43 R, 16 RBI, 7 2B, 2 3B, and led the team in stolen bases (13-15)……..also had 8 games with 3 or more hits……..during the final 8 games of the season Travis hit .500 that included the CIAA Championship, two games against nationally ranked Peach Belt Conference members (USC-Aiken, Francis Marion), and the DII NCAA Atlantic Regional……..he hit .467 in the NCAA Regional playing his best baseball when it meant the most……..Travis spent time in left field and designated hitter for the Rams in 2012 and earned First Team All CIAA conference and All CIAA tournament team honors as a designated hitter. 2012 HIGHLIGHTS: Was 2-3 with a SB, BB, and 3 runs scored against nationally ranked Armstrong Atlantic State on 2/4/12……..collected a hit, scored a run and had 2 SB in the Rams first ever victory against a Top-10 nationally ranked opponent in Millersville University on 2/11/12……..went 3-4 with a BB and 2 runs scored in a big non-conference victory over Brevard on 2/14/12……..in his first game back in the lead-off spot against Benedict on 3/29/12, Travis went 4-6 with a double, triple, walk, 3 RBI and 3 runs scored and Travis did not come out of the lead-off spot the rest of the year……..on 4/1/12, he went 4-7 with a triple, 2 runs scored and 3 RBI……..was 3-5 with 3 runs scored, 3 RBI, a walk, double, and a stolen base against Shaw on 4/8/12……..in a double header against Lenoir Rhyne on 4/10/12, Travis went 4-8 with 3 runs scored……..was 2-4 with a double and a run scored against St. Augustines in the CIAA tournament opening game on 4/19/12……..went 3-4 with a double, run scored and 2 stolen bases against Chowan in the CIAA tournament semi-final game……..was 4-5 with a run scored and an RBI against 12th nationally ranked USC-Aiken on 5/4/12……..was 2-4 against 6th nationally ranked Francis Marion on 5/5/12……..went 2-5 with a run scored against Seton Hill, the #1 regional seed in the DII NCAA Atlantic Regional on 5/17/12……..went 2-5 with 2 runs scored and 2 stolen bases in the Rams first ever NCAA regional playoff win in a victory over Shepherd on 5/18/12……..went 3-5 with a double, a walk, and a run scored in an elimination NCAA regional elimination game against Kuztown on 5/19/12
2007 • SOPHOMORE SEASON (Surry Community College): hit .370 and drove in 23 runs collecting 57 hits, 9 doubles and 1 triple in 53 games for SCC…..
2006 • SOPHOMORE SEASON (Surry Community College): hit .410 and drove in 21 runs collecting 55 hits, 8 doubles and 3 triples…..stole 40 bases…..
HIGH SCHOOL: participated in wrestling and baseball in high school……..lettered in baseball for 4 years under head coach Larry Farrer………was a 3-time All-Conference and 2-time All-Area performer on the baseball diamond……..also earned All-Conference in wrestling…….played for the legendary Enad Haddad of the Greensboro Reds
PERSONAL: Rehabilitation Studies major…..born 9/4/86……parents are Joseph and Angela Moore…..career goal after college is to get a good job with his degree…..lists “enjoyable practices” as his favorite thing about the WSSU baseball program…..
COACH RITSCHE ON MOORE: “Travis is projected to hit in the top of our order as he has ridiculous speed and has the right approach to near at the top of the lineup. My coaching staff has been working hard to amend his linear hitting mechanics to a rotational hitting approach. He’s a very strong kid that has potential to drive the ball gap to gap and can easily turn doubles into triples. He’s already proven to be a major threat on the base paths and has the ability to be a “game-changer. I predict a huge season out of Travis in 2013.”