Zac Moore
Zac Moore
Height: 6-0
Weight: 175
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Brantford, Ontario
High School: Bishop Tonnos Catholic Secondary
Previous College: Lackawanna College
Major: Sports Management

Senior Season: All-CACC – appeared in 11 tournaments while playing 28 rounds as a senior – shot an average score of 75.89, going 4.50 against the par – hit a hole-in-one at the par three 15th in the second round of the Otter Invitational hosted by CSU Monterey Bay on the Black Horse at Bayonet – tied atop the leaderboard at the Jefferson Spring Invite with a 73 (+1) – finished eighth at the CACC Championship with a 73-77 for a 150 (+8) – finished tied for ninth overall at the STAC Spring Invite with a 75-74 for a 149 (+5).

Junior Season: CACC All-Tournament Team (T5) - All-CACC – Appeared in 13 tournaments as a junior, playing in 29 rounds in his first year as a Wildcat – held an average score of 75.59, going 3.86 against the par – low round of the year came at the STAC Spring Invitational, as he posted a 68 (-4) in the first round, finishing tied for third overall with a 142 (-2) – won the head-to-head battle with Concord College at The Resort at Glade Springs with a 69 (-3), beating teammate Miguel Siercke by four strokes – had four rounds of par or better on the year – shot a 78-73 to finish in a tie for fifth place with a 151 (+9) at the CACC Championship – shot a 75-74-77 for a 226 (+10) at the NCAA Atlantic/East Super Regional Tournament, finishing in a tie for 22nd overall.

At Lackawanna College: Played two seasons at Lackawanna College – earned a spot at the NJCAA Division II National Championships in each season – finished T16th overall as a sophomore, receiving Second Team All-American honors – earned medalist honors at the EPAC Championship as a freshman.

High School: Played golf at Bishop Tonnes Catholic Secondary School for coaches Gerry Gatto and Joseph Capido – was named the team’s MVP each of his past three seasons – earned honor roll as a senior.

Personal: Zachery William Moore – son of Jeff and Helen Moore – great uncle, Dickie Moore, played left wing for the Montreal Canadiens from 1951-63, the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1964-65, and the St. Louis Blues in 1967-68 – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University – from Brantford, Ontario – also enjoys fishing and drawing – if he could date a celebrity, he would date Jennifer Lopez – favorite professional sports team is the Montreal Canadiens – the perfect meal would be steak and crabs.