12 Colin Moore
12 Colin Moore
Height: 5-10
Weight: 183
Year: Junior
Hometown: Medfield, Mass.
High School: Ann Arbor Pioneer (Mich.)
Position: Forward
Major: Sociology
Bats/Throws: Right
House Affiliation: Dunster

Junior (2010-11) Stats
Played in all 34 games ... Registered a goal and an assist to start rally from three goals down to tie in 5-4 loss at Quinnipiac (Nov. 20) ... Scored in the second period of 4-2 win at St. Lawrence (Nov. 12).

Sophomore (2009-10) Stats
An ECAC Hockey All-Academic selection ... Received the Iron Crimson Award as the team's top performer in the weight room ... Skated in 17 games, missing the final 13 of the regular season with an injury ... Contributed to 9-for-9 penalty-killing effort in two-game road sweep of Princeton in first round of ECAC Hockey playoffs (March 5-6) ... Scored to give Harvard a first-period lead at Minnesota (Jan. 9) ... Registered an assist in win against No. 8 Quinnipiac (Dec. 29).

Freshman (2008-09) Stats
An ECAC Hockey All-Academic selection ... Skated on the penalty kill ... Scored first collegiate goal in 3-3 tie at Brown (Nov. 18) ... Recorded first point with an assist in 5-1 win against No. 16 Clarkson (Nov. 14) ... Also had a helper at Quinnipiac (Jan. 2) ... Was a season-high +2 in 3-1 win against Rensselaer (Nov. 4) ... Had a plus or even rating in 20 of 28 games.

Before Harvard
Graduated from Pioneer High School while playing two years in the U.S. National Team Development Program after playing hockey and lacrosse at Belmont Hill School ... Voted an assistant captain for the U.S. National Under-17 Team ... Won three gold medals, one silver and one bronze with the NTDP ... Finished 2008 season with bronze at the U-18 World Championship ... Played alongside current Harvard teammates Ryan Grimshaw (with NTDP) and Matt McCollem (with Belmont Hill).

Hobbies include lacrosse, tennis, basketball, skiing and writing ... Father, Keith, was a track All-American at Michigan State ... Mother, Lisa, was also a four-year varsity cross country and track athlete for the Spartans ... Grandfather, George, played for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League in the 1950s.

Career Highs
Points - 2 one goal, one assist at Quinnipiac, Nov. 20, 2010
Goals - 1 four times, most recently at Quinnipiac, Nov. 20, 2010
Assists - 1 four times, most recently at Quinnipiac, Nov. 20, 2010

Career Stats