Boilermakers tally 45.5 points to finish 13th in the team standings.
~ 2006 NCAA QUALIFIER (5th at the Big Ten Championships) ~ 2005 NCAA QUALIFIER (6th at the Big Ten Championships)
2005-2006 (JUNIOR, 197)
Qualified for the NCAA Championships, finishing the season with a 34-16 record, including 5-3 in Big Ten duals ... earned the title at the Eastern Michigan Open (11/5) after defeating Casey White of Michigan in a tiebreaker match, 2-1 ... placed third at the Body Bar Invitational (11/19) by defeating Aradian Ramadani of Kent State ... placed eighth at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational (12/2-3) ... went 4-0 at home during the Purdue Duals (12/10) ... placed sixth at the Midlands Championships (12/29-30) ... moved up to heavyweight during the dual against Cal-State Fullerton and pinned Matt Methling during the Lone Star Duals (1/7) ... placed fifth at the Big Ten Championships (3/4-5) after defeating Dan Erekson of Iowa in a 9-6 decision ... went 3-2 at the NCAA Championships.
2004-2005 (SOPHOMORE, 197)
Was an NCAA qualifier, finishing the season with a 24-14 record, including 7-1 in Big Ten duals ... had a 7-10 record vs. NCAA qualifiers, including 2-5 vs. All-Americans ... placed second at the Missouri Open (11/21) ... had an eighth-place showing at the Cliff Keen Invitational (12/4-5), including a 6-4 win over NCAA qualifier Landon Seefeldt of Cal State-Fullerton ... opened the Big Ten dual season with a 3-2 win over NCAA qualifier Matt Delguyd of Northwestern (1/22) ... defeated defending Big Ten champion and 2005 NCAA qualifier J.D. Bergman of Ohio State (1/30) by 7-5 decision ... posted wins against NCAA qualifiers on back-to-back days (2/4-5), defeating Illinois' Tyrone Byrd 6-4 and Minnesota's Matt Koz 4-1 ... closed the regular season with a 5:19 pin of Michigan's Steve Heleniak (2/20) ... placed sixth at the Big Ten Championships (3/5-6), posting a win over All-American Ryan Flaherty of Wisconsin 9-7 ... was 0-2 at the NCAA Championships.
2003-2004 (FRESHMAN, 197)
Eighth-place finisher at the Big Ten Championships in his first season as a starter ... posted a season record of 20-10 at 197 pounds and was 3-4 in Big Ten duals ... went into Big Ten duals with a 16-3 record ... captured the Harris Auto Center Open title in Ashland, Ohio (11/23) ... went 2-2 at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational, including a 16-0 technical fall over UC-Davis' Dan Schon (12/5-6) ... achieved fastest pin of the season over University of Indianapolis' Dave Zupofska with a time of 0:30 (12/19) ... went 3-1 in the Lone Star Duals, including two wins by fall, one at 1:18 over Princeton's Matt Hawrilenko and the other at 1:17 over Brown's Peter Mosley, and a 7-3 decision over CS-Fullerton's Landon Seefeldt (then ranked 15th), a 2003 NCAA qualifier (1/3-4) ... recorded a quick fall at the 0:51 mark over Old Dominion's Robert Valentine at the Virginia Duals (1/9-10) ... ended the Big Ten regular season by posting a decisive 5-0 victory over Illinois' Jason Potter (then ranked 13th), whom he'd lost a close match to in tournament action earlier in the season (2/22) ... defeated Illinois' Jason Potter (seeded fifth) in the Big Ten Tournament with a 4-2 decision to reach the seventh-place match ... chosen as an NCAA alternate at the Big Ten Championships.
Did not compete during initial season at Purdue.
Represented the United States at the 2003 Junior World Championships in Istanbul, Turkey, wrestling at 96kg (211.5 lbs.) ... was 0-3 at the championships, losing three matches by a combined four points.
Four-year letterwinner and two-time state champion at Perry Meridian High School ... compiled a 189-13 record over four seasons ... took third place at the cadet Greco Nationals as a freshman and second at the freestyle nationals ... posted a 48-6 as a sophomore, claiming fifth at the junior greco nationals ... won the state championship with a 54-1 mark as a junior ... finished in fifth place at the junior freestyle nationals ... claimed championships at state and at the junior freestyle nationals during his senior year, tallying a perfect 57-0 record ... coached by Jim Tonte.
Born on April 6, 1983, in Beech Grove, Ind. ... full name is Nathan Gregory Moore ... son of Becky and Bill Moore ... has two brothers, Travis and Jared ... enjoys playing ultimate frisbee ... majoring in movement and sports science.