Colby Moore
Year: Senior
Hometown: Cornelius, N.C.
High School: South Lake Christian
2007-08: Moore had a very successful junior season, winning his first collegiate tournament and competing in all eight events for the Bulldogs. He won the New England Division I Championship, shooting two rounds of 70. He also combined with Ben Wescoe to lead Yale to the team championship. In total, Moore had five top-10 finishes, with a third place finish at the Yale Spring Opener, where he shot rounds of 73 and 71. He also finished sixth at the Macdonald Cup and sixth at the Ivy League Championship, which earned him the second All-Ivy selection of his career. Moore's lowest round of the year was 70, which he shot at the New England Division I Championship. He accumulated a 75.36 round average, the lowest on the team. 2006-07: Played in all 10 tournaments with a round average of 75.4, which was second-best on the team... Had four top 10 finishes... Tied for second place at the Lacrosse Homes Collegiate Invitational and for third at the Yale Spring Opener... Finished tied for seventh place at the Ivy League Championship. 2005-06: Made an immediate impact as a freshman, playing in all nine tournaments for the Bulldogs... His best finishes came in the last two events of the year when tied for 23rd at the New England Championships and for 12th at the Ivy League Championships. High School: Moore attended Southlake Christian Academy in Huntersville, N.C., where he lettered in varsity golf all four years. During his time at Southlake Christian, his team won the NCCSAA State Championship twice. Moore also individually won the NCCSAA State Championship his freshman year. Moore was a four-time All-State selection, as well as team MVP and winner of the Academic Athletic Award all four years. He was also an American Junior Golf Association Hewlett Packard Academic All American in 2004. Personal: Moore is a member of Davenport College and a political science major. He has accepted a job offer from Edgeview Partners in Charlotte, N.C., which he will begin after graduating from Yale. Last summer, Moore worked at RBS Greenwich Capital. He is the son of Bill and Debi Moore. He has one sister, Taylor, who graduated from North Carolina State University in 2005.