Mike Moore [Baseball '17]
Mike Moore graduated from Charles Page High School in Sand Springs, Oklahoma. He was named a Tulsa Metro Player of the Year with a batting average of .475, five home runs, 7-2 on the mound, and 25 out of 25 stolen bases. Moore was an All-State outfielder and a member of the Oklahoma All-Star Team, and had the opportunity to travel to play the California All-Star Team.
As a member of the Connors State College baseball team he played for Coach Gary Vaught, where he was named an All-Region player both years and All-American outfielder during his sophomore season. Moore was also a lead off hitter with over 400 in both seasons. During his freshman year he stole 69 bases and hit six home runs to help the team win 78 games.
After his sophomore year at Connors, Moore signed with Southwestern Oklahoma State University and was a member of the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Championship team in 1985, where he was an All-Conference catcher. Moore remained on staff at SWOSU as a graduate and assisted Coach Larry Geurkink.
In 1987 Moore became a coach at North Arkansas Community College. Next he traveled south to Weslaco, Texas high school, and then he traveled back to Oklahoma at Crowder high school.
Moore is currently the coach at Jay High School where his record is 419 wins and 257 losses. Mike Moore is married to Marsha, and together they have four children: Ty, Kaci, Blaike, and Bryce.