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Wes Moore was born on 22 April, 1957 in American, is an American basketball coach. Discover Wes Moore's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 63 years old?
|Age||64 years old|
|Born||22 April 1957|
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Wes Moore Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Coach|
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The 2018-19 season was among the best in 45 years of women's basketball at NC State. The NC State women's basketball team (28-6) finished the 2018-19 season ranked ninth in the final USA Today Coaches Poll, marking NC State's best ranking to end a season since 1997-98, when the team was listed fourth. NC State spent 14 weeks of the 2018-19 season in the top 10 of the USA Today Coaches Poll. The Wolfpack advanced to its second straight NCAA Tournament Sweet 16, achieved the longest winning streak in program history (21 games), and recorded the best start to a season in program history (21-0) while tying for the second most wins (28) ever achieved in 45 years of NC State women's basketball. At 21-0, NC State was the last remaining men's or women's NCAA Division I team without a loss.
In his first season at NC State (2013-14), Moore led the Wolfpack to a 25-8 record, a fourth-place finish in the ACC standings, and an NCAA Tournament appearance. For his efforts, he was named the ESPNW ACC Coach of the Year. After an 18-15 campaign in 2014-15 and a 20-11 season in 2015-16, Moore led the Wolfpack to the NCAA Tournament Round of 32 in 2016-17 with an impressive 23-9 record (12-4 ACC). On March 1, 2017, he earned the official ACC Coach of the Year honor in votes by both the league’s Blue Ribbon Panel and head coaches, earning the first such honor in the 43-year history of the NC State women’s basketball program. He was also named a Naismith Women’s College Coach of the Year Semifinalist after authoring upsets of four top-15 teams throughout the season: No. 2 Notre Dame, at No. 6 Florida State, No. 12 Duke, and at No. 7 Louisville.
Moore led NC State to a tremendous 2017-18 season, winning 26 games and returning to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2007. The Wolfpack posted a 16-2 record on Kay Yow Court that included two NCAA Tournament victories. The achievement of going 16-2 at Reynolds Coliseum marked the second best home record in 44 completed seasons of Wolfpack basketball.
Since taking over the Wolfpack in April of 2013, Moore has posted an 140-58 (.707) record and led NC State to four NCAA Tournament appearances and postseason invitations each year. He has led the Wolfpack to a 63-33 (.656) record in ACC games, a league that consistently ranks among the top conferences in NCAA Division I basketball. Five of Moore’s six seasons have included significantly surpassing preseason league projections and four have concluded in top-four finishes in the 15-member league. All six of his seasons in Raleigh have been winning seasons, five have included 20 wins or more, and two have culminated in NCAA Tournament Sweet 16s
In the 2012-13 campaign, Moore guided the Lady Mocs to the SoCon regular season and tournament titles, equaled the best win total in school history at 29-4, and knocked off an NCAA Elite Eight Tennessee Lady Vols squad by a score of 80-71 in the regular season. The Lady Mocs posted a 19-1 conference mark and closed out the regular season on a 19-game win streak, earning an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.
Moore spent 15 seasons (1998-2013) as the head coach at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) where he led the Lady Mocs to 12 Southern Conference (SoCon) regular season titles, nine SoCon tournament championships, and nine NCAA Tournament berths, while becoming the winningest coach in UTC and SoCon history. He came to Raleigh as the reigning SoCon Coach of the Year, an award he has earned on six separate occasions.
From 1993-95, Moore served as women's basketball assistant coach at NC State under legendary head coach Kay Yow. During that time, the Wolfpack went 34-24 and reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. His other head coaching stops include Maryville College (Division III) and Francis Marion (Division II).