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Darby

Moore

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#4

Midfielder
Height: 5'5"
Year: Redshirt Sophomore
Hometown: Norfolk, Va.
High School: Matthew Fontaine Maury

Bio

As a Redshirt Freshman (2016): Appeared in 16 games and started 13…notched a goal and eight shots, including three on goal (.125)…made her season debut and scored her first career goal at Penn (8/28)…notched a shot in 82 minutes against Pepperdine (9/2)…started and played all 90 minutes at Appalachian State (9/4)…played 61 minutes at Navy (9/7) and 79 minutes versus George Mason (9/11)…recorded 46 minutes at Rutgers (9/16)…started and played all 90 minutes in a win over Illinois (9/22)…notched a shot in 44 minutes against Northwestern (9/25)…tallied a season-high three shots in a season-high 107 minutes at Michigan State (9/29)…played 54 minutes at Michigan (10/2)…played 64 minutes against Ohio State (10/6) and 53 minutes against Penn State (10/9)…recorded 76 minutes at Purdue (9/13)…played 83 minutes versus Indiana (10/16)…notched a shot in 90 minutes against Iowa (10/21)…played 56 minutes at Minnesota (10/25).

As a Freshman (2015): Played in one game...logged 17 minutes in a win over Navy (8/23)...earned a medical redshirt.

Before Maryland: Earned first team all-state and all-conference honors en route to being named Best Female Soccer Player by the Virginia Athletic Council as a junior…named honorable mention all-state as a sophomore and freshman…three-time First Team All-Tidewater…helped guide team to three district championships…scored 32 goals and added 21 assists as a freshman…played three seasons on the Virginia state ODP team…also appeared on the Region One ODP Team in 2013 and 2012…invited to the 2013 National ID Camp in Phoenix, Ariz.

Personal: Born in Norfolk, Va….daughter of John and Katherine…has one older brother and two younger sisters…grandfather, Ted Harrison Brown, played football at Virginia Tech…ranked 10th in high school class of 320 students…member of National Honors Society in high school…most admires her mother…favorite athlete is Lionel Messi for his humility…chose Maryland for its breathtaking campus, challenging academic and family-like team.

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