Pittsburgh -- Robert Morris University junior attacker Trevor Moore (Port Coquitlam, B.C. / Western Reserve Academy) was named Honorable Mention All-America by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA), announced today. This marks the first All-America honor for a Colonial lacrosse player in program history.
This has been Moore’s most decorated season of his career, as he was recently named Northeast Conference Player of the Year. Moore led a team that was the No. 1 scoring offense in the nation with 15.33 goals per game, 8.87 assists per game and 24.2 points per game. This was due in large part to Moore’s league-leading 4.0 points per game, which ranked 10th in the NCAA. He helped guide the Colonials to their first-ever national ranking (19th) and he grabbed the league’s first-ever honor as he was named NEC Player of the Month back in March.
Moore totaled 35 goals this year, which ranked third in the league, and has also contributed 25 helpers, second in the league. He is currently on a 30-game scoring streak that dates back to February 14, 2009, and will continue into the 2011 season. His 60 points and 25 assists are both RMU single-season records. He now holds the RMU career record with 134 points and 50 assists.
Robert Morris finished the year with its best season to date at 10-5. The Colonials will embark on their first official season as part of the Northeast Conference in 2011.