| William Moore was a Jesuit Cross
Country 4-year letterman; All-District in 1976 and 1977; All-State Track
in 1978 and 1979; and State Champion|
in 1979. In the 1-mile, Moore was a 4-year letterman; All-District in 1978; State Champion in 1979; and State Runner-up in 1980. He holds the school record, 4:24.1 in the mile.
At Rice, William was a 4-year letterman in Cross Country and a two-time individual qualifier for Nationals. He was captain and All-SWC in 1982 and 1984. Moore lettered all four years in Track and was All-SWC in 1983 and 1985. He is the school record holder in the 3000 meter steeplechase (8:53). He was awarded the Bob Quin Rice Student-Athlete Scholarship in 1985. His fastest mile in college was a 4:10.
Moore's post-collegiate running was hampered by four years of Medical School, and three years of Pediatric residency. However, since medical
school he has won dozens of local road races: the Metroplex Mile Championship race in 1997 in 4:16 and the White Rock Half-Marathon three
of the last four years (didn't run it in 1997). He was voted USA Track and Field Southwest Association Runner of the Year in 1998. He won the White Rock Marathon in 1998 in an Olympic Trials qualifying time of 2:20:37, then bettered that time nine weeks later at the Austin Marathon in 2:19:15. Moore is currently ranked 42nd out of the 114 men who have qualified for the men's USA Olympic Marathon Trials.
Dr. Moore is a physician with Pediatric Associates of Dallas. He and his wife, Susie, have one child, Caroline.