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Moore inducted into USC-Upstate Hall of Fame
L-E grad starred for Lady Rifles'
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YVETTE MOORE, A GRADUATE of Lugoff-Elgin High School, was inducted into the USC-Upstate Athletic Hall of Fame last month. - photo by Photo courtesy of Bill DeWitt
Former Lugoff-Elgin High School standout Yvette Moore was inducted into the USC-Upstate Athletic Hall of Fame during a ceremony held on the Spartanburg campus on Jan. 24.Moore was one of four inductees that evening while becoming the fifth women’s basketball player to be inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame.A four-year starter, from 1981-85, Moore established a career that has stood the test of time. Although she finished her career 29 years ago, she still ranks among the program’s elite players in several statistical categories.Moore, who played for head coaches Andrea Morrison (1981-82) and Kim Buford (1982-85), owns the all-time career record with 379 made free throws. She is one of four players in the history of the program to average a double-double for her career, averaging 15.7 points and 10.1 rebounds per game.She ranks second all-time with 932 rebounds, owning the top spot for 21 years until fellow Hall of Fame member Yakeeshia Ross broke the record in 2006.