Trinity sees 'perfect fit' in signing Lancers hoops star
Former Lancer women’s basketball standout Justice Moore is taking her inside-out game to Trinity International University for the 2017-18 season, according to he university's website.
"Justice is a perfect fit for what we will do on both ends of the ball," Trinity coach Irvin Jerry posted on the school’s website. "It's hard to find six-footers that can get a double-double, let alone do that while playing inside out; we found that in Justice. We have some work to do to get where we want to be, but Justice and the rest of the young ladies we've brought in have what it takes to get us there."
Moore received second-team All-Skyway Conference honors in the 2014-15 season at Lake County, when she ranked No. 25 in blocks in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). She was also named a NJCAA national player of the week.
In high school, she helped lead North Chicago High School to a regional title.
"It's astonishing how the staff are determined and passionate about their students," Moore said on the Trinity website. "TIU has a great academic reputation and basketball program. By attending TIU, I hope this experience helps shape me into a very unique, independent, and successful entrepreneur."
Moore is working on her business degree.