Big 12 Fall Commissioner's Honor Roll
2006 (Senior): Landed a score of 9.10 on the vault at the Rocky Mountain Open on Jan. 13 to advance to the event finals for the first time in his career › Finished second on the vault (9.25) against Iowa on Feb. 12 and set a season-high pommel horse score of 8.45 › Earned his first career event title with a win on the vault (9.40) at Minnesota on Feb. 18 › Continued to dominate the vault with a career-high score of 9.45 for another win against Oklahoma on March 5 › Set a career-high floor score of 8.80 against Air Force on March 19 and finished third on the pommel horse (8.10) › Climbed as high as seventh nationally in the GymInfo polls on the vault.
2005 (Junior): After spending his sophomore season as a redshirt, Moore returned to the pommel horse for Nebraska in 2005 and quickly helped the Huskers develop the best pommel squad they had seen in several seasons › Steadily improved his scores on the pommel horse over the course of the year and boasted a career best mark of 8.85, which he earned against Ohio State on February 18.
2004 (Sophomore): Battling injuries throughout the season,
2003 (Freshman): Competed in three meets in 2003, including the NCAA Championships › Participated on the floor exercise and pommel horse throughout the year › Competed on the floor exercise and the pommel horse in his first collegiate meet at the Rocky Mountain Open receiving scores of 8.00 and 6.45, respectively › Competed at home against Air Force on March 14, scoring a career-high 8.15 on the floor exercise › Was one of five Huskers named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll for the Fall of 2003 › Tied his career-high mark of 8.15 on the floor exercise at the NCAA Championships.
Prior: A graduate of
Personal: Nicholas is the son of Kevin and Melissa Moore of
Moore’s Career High Scores
Event Score Meet
Floor Exercise 8.50 vs. Air Force, 2006
Pommel Horse 8.85 at
Vault 9.45 vs. Oklahoma, 2006