2010-2011: Selected to the 2011 MAAC All-Academic Team and 2011 MAAC Academic Honor Roll... appeared in eight games during the regular-season...posted career-highs with four points and two rebounds over six minutes of action at Saint Peter's (12/4)... played a season-high seven minutes against Long Island (11/20)... logged minutes off the bench against Penn (11/17), Texas A&M (11/26), Fordham (12/8), Binghamton (12/11), Bowling Green (12/22) and Marist (1/9).
2009-2010: Named to 2010 MAAC Academic Honor Roll... appeared in five games off the bench, after suffering an injury for a portion of the season... made his NCAA Division I debut in a victory over Fordham (11/28) at Draddy Gymnasium... scored first field goal and rebound for the Jaspers in a victory over Marist (2/5)... saw action in Manhattan's ESPN BracketBuster victory over Towson (2/20)... member of the Hudson Valley Team which earned a silver medal at the 2010 Empire State Games.
2008-2009 (at Harcum College): Played in 20 games... averaged 2.8 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.1 assists per contest, despite battling injuries throughout the season... scored a season-high 10 points, pulled down eight rebounds and recorded five assists versus Salem Community College (12/11)... posted eight points, eight rebounds, five assists and three steals against Salem Community College (1/20)... registered eight points, grabbed three rebounds and made two assists versus County College of Morris (2/14).
BEFORE MANHATTAN: Started three of his four year playing career at Rye High School for head coach Chris DiCintio... graduated as Rye's all-time leading scorer with over 1,400 points, and led the team in scoring for four straight seasons... two-time All-New York State selection... named All-Section I and All-League three times... 2007 Conference III Player of the Year after averaging 20 points, 7.8 rebounds and 6.1 assists per game... served as team captain for junior and senior seasons... helped lead Hudson Valley team to a silver medal at the 2005 Empire State Games... played AAU ball for New York City Metro Hawks coached by Karriem Memminger.
PERSONAL: Born June 23, 1989... son of Jim Moran and Trisch McCabe... majoring in finance... chose Manhattan for its academic reputation... has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity.