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Chris Moore
Chris  Moore

Position:
Assistant Equipment Manager

Chris Moore is in his sixth year as an assistant equipment manager with the University of Virginia. Moore is responsible for ordering, issuing, and overseeing all equipment needs for the Cavalier baseball, women's soccer, volleyball, softball, track and field, cross country, rowing, and women's tennis teams.

Moore also oversees student managers and coordinates practice and game schedules with various teams. He is also responsible for pre- and post-game setup of locker rooms for visiting teams and officials.

Prior to arriving at Virginia, Moore was an equipment manager at Troy University where he also was working towards a master's degree. Moore also has worked as an intern at Villanova University and with the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals and MLB's Cincinnati Reds. Additionally, Moore had brief stints with the Las Vegas 51's, the triple A team of the Los Angeles Dodgers, and the Frontier League's Florence Freedom.

Moore, a native of Loveland, Ohio, earned his bachelor's degree in sports management from Union College in 2006 while also working as a student athletic trainer. While in college, he had an internship with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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