Shayla Moore
Shayla Moore


Denison, Texas

High School:
Denison High School




Photo Gallery-Junior Season (2008-09)

Photo Gallery-Sophomore Season (2007-08)

2008-09 (JUNIOR):
Shayla Moore saw action in a game-high 26 games for TCU as a junior... set single-season bests for points, rebounds and assists... scored in double figures four times... tied what were then career highs with three field goals and nine points in a season-best 21 minutes during TCU's win over Eastern Michigan in the Cancun Challenge... scored in double figures for the first time in her career while helping TCU win back-to-back games in the Colliers International Classic vs. Saint Louis (Dec. 6) and No. 3 Cal (Dec. 7)... went a career-best 7-of-7 from the free-throw line while scoring a lifetime best of 12 points vs. the Billikens... followed up her career effort by hitting 5-of-5 free throws during TCU upset of the Golden Bears... scored double figures for the third straight game with 12 points on 4-of-8 shooting at No. 24 Oklahoma State (Dec. 14)... made a career-best four field goals, including two from behind the arc, against the Cowgirls... scored seven points in a career-high 29 minutes of action during the Jan. 17 home win over Air Force... totaled six points in only five minutes Feb. 10 vs. UNLV... scored a career-high 13 points against the Rebels, all in the second half, during a second-round loss in the MWC Tournament on March 11... tied a season best with two 3-pointers while sinking 5-of-6 attempts at the charity stripe... saw action late in the game during TCU's NCAA Tournament first-round loss to South Dakota State (March 22).

2007-08 (SOPHOMORE):
Moore appeared in 23 of 34 games during her sophomore campaign... earned her second career start, and first of the season, against No. 12/14 Cal (Nov. 23)... tied her career high with three assists in the season-opening win over Radford (Nov. 9)... drilled a pair of 3-pointers against Delaware (Nov. 16)... buried two more treys while scoring a season-high seven points against SMU (Nov. 20)... notched five points with a career-high two steals against Coppin State (Dec. 8)... scored five points, her highest total of 2008, in only nine minutes of play at Colorado State... registered five points and two boards in only five minutes of action at home against UNLV (March 1).

2006-07 (FRESHMAN):
Moore played in 17 games and received one start... played a career-high 22 minutes and started the season opener at Maryland on Nov. 17... set career highs in points and 3-pointers by finishing 3-of-4 from beyond the arc with nine points at Colorado State on Feb. 7... posted a career-high three assists against Air Force on Feb. 10... also had a career-best three rebounds to go with six points against the Falcons... scored five points against Colorado State on Jan. 6.

According to, Moore ranked as the 11th-best incoming freshman in the state of Texas... was a four-year standout out at Denison High School in Denison, Texas, where she played under the direction of David Land... regarded as one of the best shooters to ever play at Denison... the school's all-time leading scorer with 2,777 points to her credit... selected MVP/Offensive Player each of her four years at Denison High... as a junior and senior, selected DHS Female Athlete of the Year... tabbed All-Texomaland first team four straight seasons... all-Texomaland MVP in 2004-2006... tabbed a Herald Democrat Female Athlete top basketball player as a junior and senior... owns the season record for most 3-pointers made in a season as a junior (104)... named to several all-star teams including the Texas Girls High School Association (TGCA all-region, all-state) and Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABCA) for four straight seasons... a 2006 Texas/Oklahoma All-Star player... mentioned as a Dallas Morning News "Player To Watch" her last two seasons in high school... also a four-year letterwinner in softball and played three seasons of volleyball... chose TCU over Texas A&M.

Shayla Charmone Moore is a communications major with career aspirations of playing in the WNBA or coaching... the daughter of Sherita and William Mack... has one younger sibling, Shaylon... born on May 7, 1988... enjoys reading books and swimming... nicknamed Shay-Shay, Shay Bay Bay and Shorty... states her grandmother is the most impressive person she knows... says she has always dreamed of going on a cruise...regarded as one of the more outgoing players on the team... loves to dance.

Points: 13 (3/11/09-UNLV)
Rebounds: 4 (11/20/07-SMU)
Field Goals: 4 (12/14/08-Okla. St.)
Field-Goal Attempts: 10 (11/23/07-Cal)
3-Point Field Goals: 3 (2/7/07-CSU)
3-Point Field-Goal Attempts: 9 (11/20/07-SMU)
Free Throws: 7 (12/6/08-St. Louis)
Free-Throw Attempts: 7 (12/6/08-St. Louis)
Assists: 3, 3x (last 12/6/08-St. Louis)
Steals: 2, 3x (last 1/17/09-Air Force)
Blocks: None
Minutes: 29 (1/17/09-Air Force)

2008-09 Game-By-Game
2007-08 Game-By-Game

2006-07 Game-By-Game


Season G-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3P-3PA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Avg. PF-DQ A TO BLK S Pts. Avg.
2006-07 17-1 125-7.4 15-43 .349 12-37 .324 2-2 1.000 7 0.4 5-0 8 11 0 4 44 2.6
2007-08 23-1 220-9.6 18-84 .214 12-64 .188 7-11 .636 16 0.7 12-0 9 17 0 6 55 2.4
2008-09 26-0 286-11.0 32-92 .348 14-56 .250 32-38 .842 25 1.0 33-0 21 22 0 12 110 4.2
TOTALS 66-2 631-9.6 65-219 .297 38-157 .242 41-51 .804 48 0.7 50-0 38 50 0 22 209 3.2

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