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Trevor Moore
Trevor  Moore
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Edmond, OK

High School:
Edmond North HS

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 187

Position:
K


12/05/2017

Fine Named First-Team All-Conference

Wilson, Guyton, Moore Named Second Team, Eight Others Honorable Mentions

12/02/2017

North Texas Falls In Title Game, 41-17

FAU Again Overwhelms Mean Green In First Half

11/30/2017

Back To Boca

North Texas Seeks Redemption In C-USA Championship Game Saturday

11/25/2017

Nic Smith, Defense Lead North Texas To 30-14 Win

Freshman Running Back Goes For 178 Yards In Regular-Season Finale

11/21/2017

Fine Named Earl Campbell Tyler Rose National POTW

Sophomore Picks Up National Honor After Performance Against Army

09/30/2017

USATSI Gallery - North Texas @ Southern MIss

USATSI Gallery - North Texas @ Southern MIss

09/23/2017

USATSI Gallery - UAB @ North Texas

USATSI Gallery - UAB @ North Texas

Sits atop 10 different categories in program history: career field goals (52) most converted PATs and consecutive made PATs (151), single-season field goal percentage (88.2 in 2014 and is currently at 90.5 % in 2017), most PATs made in a single game (11 in 2014), PAT percentage in a season (2014-17), career PAT percentage (100), field goals made in a season (19) and single game (5 in 2014), career field goal percentage (80.0)

2017:
• Has made 151 straight PATs (all 52 this year) to start his career, which ranks third-best nationally among active kickers in the Football Bowl Subdivision and is 19-for-21 on field goals this season
• Member of the team's leadership council
• Made a 26-yard field goal in the C-USA Championship Game on 12/2 at Florida Atlantic
• Hit all three field goals (44, 19 and 43) and two extra points at Rice on 11/25 in a win
• Made a 39-yard game-winning field goal and all seven PATs in the win over Army on 11/18
• Connected from 31 yards on his only field goal attempt and made all six PATs vs. UTEP on 11/11
• Made a 48-yard field goal, his only attempt, in the win at La Tech on 11/4 and made all three PATs
• Was 1-for-2 on field goals, converting from 23 yards out and made all six PATs on 10/28 vs. Old Dominion
• Made his only field goal attempt, from 44 yards, and was 4-of-4 on PATs at Florida Atlantic on 10/21
• Made his only field goal attempt (23 yards) and both of his extra point attempts in the win vs. UTSA on 10/14
• Made 3-of-3 field goal attempts (48, 20 and 44), while also making all four of his extra point attempts and also had five touchbacks on kickoffs in the road win at Southern Miss on 9/30
• Was named C-USA Special Teams Player of the Week following a 4-for-4 day on field goals (29, 40, 45 and a game-winner from 22) and also made all four of his extra point attempts to go along with five touchbacks on kickoffs in the win vs. UAB on 9/23
• Converted both of his extra point attempts at Iowa on 9/16

• Made a 46-yard field goal and converted all three of his extra points, while posting five touchbacks on kickoffs at SMU on 9/9
• Converted 8-of-8 extra points, the first of which was the 100th of his career, and made a 24-yard field goal vs. Lamar on 9/2

2016:

• C-USA All-Conference honorable mention selection
• Finished 9-for-13 on field goals and a perfect 41-for-41 on extra points in 12 appearances 
• Connected on a 37-yard field goal with 28 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter to force overtime on 12/27 in the Zaxby’s Heart of Dallas Bowl, in addition to making all four extra point attempts
• Made a 45-yard field goal and was 3-for-3 on PATs at UTEP on 11/26
• Converted both field goal attempts (26 and 39 yards) and was 3-for-3 on extra points in the win vs. Southern Miss on 11/19
• Made his only PAT of the game, and missed a 47-yard field goal try on 11/12 at WKU
• Made a career-long 51-yard field goal and was 3-for-3 on extra points vs. La Tech on 11/5
• Converted both PATs attempted and made a 20-yard field goal on 10/29 at UTSA
• Made all five PAT attempts and missed a pair of field goals on a windy afternoon at Army on 10/22
• Was 1-of-2 on field goals (made from 31, missed from 46) and 5-for-5 on extra points in the win vs. Marshall on 10/8
• Was 1-for-1 on PATs to extend his own school record on 10/1 vs. MTSU
• Went 6-for-6 on extra points in the double-OT win at Rice on 9/24
• Broke the school record for consecutive PATs made with his first of five successful attempts on 9/10 vs. Bethune-Cookman and also added his first two field goals of the year, connecting from 19 and 20 yards out, respectively
• Was a perfect 3-of-3 on PATs on 9/3 vs. SMU, which tied him for the school record for consecutive PATs made (61)

2015:

• Named to the Lou Groza Award watch list
• Played in all 12 games, serving as the team’s primary kicker and also handling some kickoff duties
• Was 9-of-14 on field goals, including 9-of-10 on field goals from inside 40 yards
• His season long was 38 yards against Iowa
• Was also a perfect 21-of-21 on PATs, extending his streak of consecutive PATs to 58 straight kicks
• Connected on all three field goals, from 38, 38 and 31 yards, at Iowa, the third time in his career that he hit three or more field goals in a game

2014:

• Named a freshman All-America by Sports Illustrated
• The Mean Green’s leading scorer in his freshman season, going 15-for-17 on field goal attempts and a perfect 37-for-37 on PATs
• Set a school record for best field goal percentage (88.2) and tied the school record for most PATs without a miss in a single season
• Named to the C-USA All-Freshman team and earned honorable mention all-C-USA honors
• Went 4-for-4 in field goal kicks in season finale vs. UTSA
• Booted two field goals in loss to Southern Miss
• Went 5-for-5 on field goals and accounted for 17 total points against SMU
• Kicked a 37-yard field goal against UTEP
• Kicked an 18-yard field goal vs. FAU
• Named C-USA Special Teams Player of the Week on 9/8
• Named National Placekicker of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards on 9/8

High School:

• Was selected to The Oklahoman’s All-State football team his senior year in which he connected on 12-of-15 field goals and all 33 of his extra points
• Was rated as the No. 21 kicker in the nation by Kohl’s Kicking camp
• Named first-team All-State by the Daily Oklahoman
• Was an all-conference and all-district kicker as a senior
• As a junior, Moore connected on 12-of-14 field goals and was an all-state honorable mention selection by the Tulsa World
• For his career, Moore hit 76 percent of his field goals and 96 percent of his extra points

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