GENESEO, N.Y. - SUNY Geneseo junior pitcher Taylor Moore was named to the Google Cloud Academic All-District Softball Team, announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) on Thursday afternoon.
Moore moves on to the national ballot where she will be considered for Academic All-America status. Only five Geneseo student-athletes have received Academic All-American distinction, most recently with Brad Campion '17 receiving the honor in the fall of 2016.
A biology major, Moore has carried a 3.92 GPA, including a 4.0 and President' List honor this past fall. Moore is a member of the Golden Key Honors Society, Phi Eta Sigma and Tri-Beta National Honors Society.
On the softball field, Moore has recorded an 11-3 record with a save, tossing 93.1 innings and allowing 31 earned runs for a 2.33 ERA. Moore ranks 10th in Geneseo history in innings pitched (252.0) tied for eighth in career wins (29), sixth in career ERA (2.42) and second in winning percentage (.744, 29-10). She was named SUNYAC All-Conference Second Team earlier this week.
In addition to playing softball, Moore also serves as a SUNY Geneseo First Responder, is a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Executive Board, a Geneseo Sports Medicine Intern and volunteers at Geneseo Softball Pitching Clinics as well as with Strong Memorial Hospital's "Friends of Strong."