Battle Ground Academy
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6-2 / 205
Innings Pitched: 3.0, most recently vs. Wofford (3/31/10)
Strikeouts: 3, most recently vs. Louisville (5/11/10)
Hits Allowed: 3, vs. Wofford (3/31/10)
Walks Allowed: 4, vs. Belmont (3/18/09)
Runs Allowed: 4, at Middle Tennessee (4/21/10)
Coach Corbin Quote: Navery is at the point where he is ready to take on a larger role on our staff. He had a very dominating fall, limiting the hitters to very few opportunities. He has always had great arm strength, it was a matter of harnessing his pitches and he has been able to improve upon that.
2011: Tossed one scoreless inning at Auburn 4/3... Allowed one hit and struck out one in one inning against UT-Martin 3/29... Picked up his second save in as many days striking out two and pitching around an error in the ninth at Arkansas 3/27 for his sixth save... Notched his fifth save of the year striking out two in one inning at Arkansas 3/26... Struck out two in one inning against Tennessee Tech 3/22... Pinned with his first loss of the year allowing three inherited runners to score and one run on two hits in 1.2 innings against Mississippi State 3/20... Picked up his second win in as many days pitching a scoreless ninth against UIC 3/13... Earned his second win of the year recording the last five outs of the game against UIC 3/12... Worked 1.2 perfect innings against Kennesaw State 3/9... Picked up his fourth save despite allowing one unearned run on one hit a season-high two walks against Brown 3/6... Earned his first win of the year recording the final two outs of the ninth inning against WKU 3/1... Notched his third save of the year working a perfect inning against Stanford 2/26... Fanned two and worked around a single in the ninth two earn second save of the season against Stanford 2/25... Picked up first save of the year at USD 2/20 in first game of double dip... Made 2011 debut at SDSU 2/19 working one perfect inning.
2010: Went 2-0 with a 9.24 ERA in 10 appearances (1 start) on the year... Struck out 16 and walked 12 in 12.2 innings on the year... Surrendered two runs on two hits while striking out two and walking one in 1.0 inning of relief against Mississippi St. (Allowed one run on one hit to go along with three strikeouts in 1.1 innings of relief against Louisville (5/11)... Struck out two and walked two in 1.2 innings of scoreless relief in Florida series (4/2-4/4)... Earned second win of the season after allowing one run on three hits with two walks and two strikeouts in three-inning start against Wofford (3/31)... Earned first collegiate win after throwing final third of the inning in the top of the ninth in series finale against Kentucky (2/27)... Struck out the only batter he faced against Kentucky, stranding a Kentucky runner at third base to end the threat... Allowed one run on one hit in one-inning of relief against Wright State (3/24)... Allowed three runs, one earned, on three hits with three strikeouts and three walks in 2.1 innings of relief vs. Western Kentucky (3/16)... Threw one inning of one-hit scoreless relief in first appearance of the season against Ohio (3/12).
2009: Posted a 0-0 record and 7.20 ERA in three appearances on the season, including one start... Allowed three runs on two hits and one walk in one-inning of relief against Belmont (4/1)... Gave up one run on one hit in three innings of work in his first collegiate start against Belmont (3/18). Battled with control issues allowing four walks and two hit batters to go along with two strikeouts against Belmont (3/18)... The strikeouts and walks were the first of his collegiate career... Allowed zero runs on two hits in 1.0 inning of relief in collegiate debut against Vermont (3/1) ... Went 1-1 with 7.88 ERA in eight appearances for the Cotuit in the Cape Cod League. Opponents hit just .150 off him but he walked 15 batters in eight innings of work.
High School: Was named to 2008 first team All-Midstate as designated hitter and Anderson Bat National Player of the Year... Helped Battle Ground Academy to 2005-08 regular season region champs and 2005,06, 08 region tournament champs... Selected in the 26th round by the Boston Red Sox out of high school. Also played for the Brentwood A's, leading them to 2nd place WWBA Perfect game 16U National Tournament finish, named MVP, and 16U Tournament, 3rd place AAU Junior Olympics... Was a three-year starter... Named to the National Honors Society, Science National Honors Society, and Plato Representative.
Personal: Navery Charles Moore III... Born 8/10/90... Son of Lynne and Navery Moore II... Has 2 siblings, Michael and Anisa... An economics major... Favorites include Rafael Nadal, the movie I Am Legend, the TV show Heroes, actor Will Smith, musical group Black Eyed Peas, and Spiderman Gummies... If he wasn't an athlete at Vanderbilt he would be an Astronaut... One person living or dead he would like to have dinner with is Tiger Woods... If he could change one thing about his sport it would be to change from aluminum to wood bats... Favorite vacation spot is Miami, FL... Ten years from now he hopes to be pitching in the Majors... His advice to youngsters is to not take the easy way out of anything... Chose Vanderbilt because of its "great program, education, coaching staff, and facilities."