Jordan Moore Season 2024
Events: 60 Hurdles (7.58), 110 Hurdles (13.47)
2-time SEC Champion
One of the leading sprint hurdlers in the history of the LSU Track & Field program … Closed out his career as the No. 2-ranked performer in school history in both the 60-meter hurdles indoors with a best of 7.58 and 110-meter hurdles outdoors with a wind-legal best of 13.47 … Swept Southeastern Conference titles in both events as a senior in 2016 … Also earned his first career All-America honor as an LSU Tiger during the 2016 outdoor season … Was the SEC Outdoor Bronze Medalist as a sophomore in 2015 where he ran his lifetime best of 13.47 in the conference final … Graduated from LSU in August 2016 with a degree in sociology … Transferred to Texas-San Antonio in the fall of 2016 for his final year of football eligibility … Earned Honorable Mention All-Conference USA honors as a safety in 2016 while playing one season for the Roadrunners.
Earned All-America honors as a national finalist in the 110-meter hurdles in his final season with the Tigers … Placed eighth in the event at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships after clocking 13.57 (-0.3) in the semifinal round and 13.88 (-0.9) in the final at Oregon’s Hayward Field … Returned to the NCAA Outdoor Championships for the second-straight season after running a wind-legal 13.54 (+1.9) in the national quarterfinals at the NCAA East Preliminary Rounds held at North Florida’s Hodges Stadium in Jacksonville … Crowned the SEC Outdoor Champion in the 110 hurdles with a seasonal-best time of 13.53 (+1.2) in the conference final … Also won the 110 hurdles at the Hurricane Twilight (13.68) and LSU Invitational (13.67) during the outdoor season … An NCAA finalist in the 60-meter hurdles during the indoor season after qualifying with a personal best of 7.58 in the semifinal round at the NCAA Indoor Championships held at the Birmingham (Ala.) Crossplex … Personal best of 7.58 moved him into the No. 2 spot on LSU’s all-time indoor performance list in the 60 hurdles … Was disqualified in the final at the NCAA Indoor Championships … Crowned an SEC Champion for the first time in his career at the SEC Indoor Championships where he clocked 7.74 in qualifying and 7.60 in the final for the victory … Also won the 60 hurdles at the Bayou Bengal Invitational (7.83), Power Five Conference Clash (7.69) and LSU High Performance Meet (7.84) during the indoor season … Added a runner-up finish at the New Mexico Collegiate Classic while running an altitude-adjusted time of 7.70 in the final … Followed the collegiate season by lining up in the 110-meter hurdles at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials in Eugene, Oregon … Finished 13th overall in the semifinal round at the Olympic Trials with a time of 13.78 (-1.8).
Enjoyed an outstanding debut season with the Tigers in 2015 … An NCAA semifinalist in the 110-meter hurdles at the NCAA Outdoor Championships held at Oregon’s Hayward Field … Missed qualifying for the NCAA final by one place after clocking a wind-aided time of 13.57 (+2.6) to officially finish in ninth place nationally in the semifinal round … Advanced to the national semifinals after running 13.64 (+1.8) for second place in the first round of qualifying and 13.81 (-0.5) for ninth place in the quarterfinals at the NCAA East Preliminary Rounds held in Jacksonville, Florida … An All-SEC performer in his debut season with the Tigers as the SEC Outdoor Bronze Medalist in the 110 hurdles … Raced to a wind-legal personal best of 13.47 (+1.9) to claim the SEC bronze medal in the event … Became the No. 2-ranked sprint hurdler in school history with his personal best of 13.47, trailing only Barrett Nugent’s school record of 13.32 on LSU’s all-time performance list … Posted back-to-back personal bests at the SEC Outdoor Championships as he qualified for the final with a time of 13.58 (+1.5) in the preliminary round … Crowned the Penn Relays champion in the event after running 13.84 (-1.9) in the final … Won the 110-meter hurdles in four meets during the outdoor season as he also took the title in Battle on the Bayou (13.92w), Jim Click Shootout (14.04) and LSU Alumni Gold (13.67) … Finished runner-up in the event at the Louisiana Classics (14.22) and LSU Invitational (13.83) … Clocked 13.96 (+1.6) in the final for seventh place at the Texas Relays … Scored five points for the Tigers with a fourth-place finish in the final of the 60-meter hurdles while running 7.84 at the SEC Indoor Championships held at Kentucky’s Nutter Field House … Clocked 7.88 to grab the eighth and final spot into the SEC final … Also clocked 7.84 to win the 60 hurdles at the LSU Twilight … Ran a seasonal-best time of 7.80 in the qualifying round at the New Mexico Classic to become the No. 6-ranked hurdler on LSU’s all-time indoor performance list … Finished third in the final at the Razorback Invitational (7.89), fourth in the final at the Tyson Invitational (7.86) and fifth in the final at the Rod McCravy Memorial (7.94) making his debut with the Tigers.
PRIOR TO LSU
One of the NCAA’s leading sprint hurdlers during his redshirt freshman season at TCU in 2014 … Joined the LSU program as the reigning Big 12 Conference Champion in both the 60-meter hurdles indoors and 110-meter hurdles outdoors following his title sweep during the 2014 season … Was a USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American in both the 60 hurdles and 110 hurdles as a national semifinalist at the NCAA Championships during the 2014 season … Crowned the Big 12 Indoor Champion in the 60-meter hurdles after clocking top times of 7.89 in the preliminary round and 7.86 in the final at the conference meet in 2014 … Nearly advanced to the national final as the 11th-place finisher in the semifinal round with a time of 7.83 at the NCAA Indoor Championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico … Clocked a personal-best time of 7.70 in a runner-up finish in the final of the 60 hurdles at the 2014 Tyson Invitational to establish TCU’s new indoor school record in the event … Clocked 7.72 in a runner-up finish at the New Mexico Team Invitational during his redshirt freshman season … Followed with an outstanding outdoor season with the Horned Frogs as he was also crowned the Big 12 Outdoor Champion and was a national semifinalist in the 110 hurdles in 2014 … Posted a career-best wind-aided time of 13.64 (+3.9) to complete his sweep of conference titles with a first-place finish in the final at the Big 12 Conference Outdoor Championships … Clocked a wind-legal 13.79 (+0.9) to win his preliminary heat at the conference meet … Followed the conference meet by setting a wind-legal personal best of 13.72 (+1.9) in a ninth-place finish overall in the quarterfinal round at the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds held in Fayetteville, Arkansas … Lined up in the NCAA semifinals at the 2014 NCAA Outdoor Championships held at Oregon’s Hayward Field … Ran 13.84 into a headwind of -1.0 meters per second for third place in his heat and 12th place overall in the NCAA semifinal … Won back-to-back titles in the 110-meter hurdles at the TCU College Invitational (13.72w) and Rafer Johnson/Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invitational (13.96) to kick off the 2014 outdoor season … Did not compete during the 2013 indoor and outdoor seasons due to injury … Was a three-time Georgia state champion in the 110 hurdles in his prep career at Martin Luther King, Jr. High School … Ran a personal-best time of 13.43 in the junior hurdles during his senior season in 2012 to finish the year as the No. 2-ranked prep performer nationally in the 110 hurdles … Bronze medalist in the 110 hurdles at the USA Junior Nationals during his high school career … Also the bronze medalist in the 60 hurdles and qualifier for the 200-meter dash at the New Balance Indoor Nationals during his prep career … Signed a National Letter of Intent to play football at TCU as part of the Horned Frogs’ Class of 2012 … Was rated a four-star recruit and the No. 15-ranked safety prospect nationally by ESPN … Played three seasons with the Horned Frogs on the football field before transferring to LSU … Played in 34 games in three seasons at TCU, mostly on the offensive side of the ball … Saw action in 11 games on special teams as a true freshman in 2012 … Featured in all 12 games as a sophomore in 2013 … Played in 11 games as a junior in 2014, including TCU’s 42-3 victory over Ole Miss in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl … Ended his football career at TCU with 20 carries for 87 yards and one touchdown rushing and seven catches for 50 yards receiving in three seasons.
Full name is Jordan Alexander Moore … Born on Dec. 13, 1993 … Parents are BT and Jacqueline Moore … Has one brother, Matthew, and one sister, Genesis … Graduated from LSU in August 2016 with a degree in sociology.