AS A SENIOR IN 2004: Started 30 of the Bronco's 33 matches... recorded 307 saves in 835 minutes of action... allowed 285 goals against for a 9.56 GAA... recorded 28 steals and 12 assists... posted 10 blocks in season opener against top-ranked Stanford... added nine blocks and two steals in second match with Loyola Marymount... tallied 11 saves and two steals against Redlands at the Inland Empire Classic... added 11 more saves and posted two assists in win over Chapman... had a season high 16 blocks against 15th-ranked Pacific... also recorded 14 saves and a steal in win over LaVerne... notched 11 blocks against Cal Baptist at the Nor Cal Tournament... also had 11 saves and an assist against Claremont-McKenna-Scripps at the Slugfest Tournament in Santa Cruz... posted eight saves, an assist and a season high three steals in win over Pomona... also had three steals against Whittier at WWPA Championships... added 15 blocks and a steal in third meeting with UC Santa Cruz... recorded nine blocks, two steals and an assist against UC Davis at the Aggie Shootout... added 11 blocks and two steals in next match with UC Davis... tallied 13 saves, a steal and an assist against Long Beach State.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2003: Started in goal in all 30 matches... registered 227 saves in 785 minutes of action... had 202 goals against for a 7.21 GAA... added 19 steals and nine assists and finished with a 17-13 record... had 11 matches with at least 10 saves... tallied seven saves and one steal in season opener against Chapman... posted 21 blocks later that afternoon at La Verne... added 11 saves against 10th-ranked Pacific... recorded 14 blocks against No. 17 BYU-Hawaii... recorded 13 blocks against No. 12 Navy... posted eight blocks, one steal and two assists against Chaminade at the Convergence Tournament... notched 13 blocks in another victory over No. 15 BYU-Hawaii... posted 12 saves in a loss to UC Davis... posted an assist against UC Santa Cruz at UC Davis Shootout... notched 16 saves against UC Santa Cruz at home, facing 25 shots.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2002: Protected the Bronco net in every minute of action across 36 contests... registered 366 saves and finished the year with a 9.95 goals-against average... one of his top performances of the season included a 15-save, five-steal afternoon in a double overtime victory over Chapman at the Convergence Tournament... recorded 15 saves against UC Santa Cruz in the season-ending contest... named to the All-Academic Collegiate Water Polo Team by American Water Polo Coaches Association.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2001: Recorded 14 starts on the season with a 4-9 record...tallied 113 saves and 24 steals...registered five blocks and five steals in goal against Air Force on September 30th.
HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Loyola High School in Los Angeles, Calif... coached by Marcus Wooler and Marko Pintaric...was voted most valuable defensive player three years... was named to the second team All-California Interscholastic Federation his senior year... earned first team All-Mission League honors his junior and senior year and second team honors his sophomore year... helped lead his team to the CIF Quarterfinals in the 1999-2000 season with a record of 19-6... his team was the Hawaiian Invitation Champions in 1998 and 2000.
PERSONAL: Full name is Peter Martin Moore... born on February 1, 1983 in Pasadena, Calif... parents are Peter and Tess Moore... has three younger siblings... major is undeclared.
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