Iyana Moore - Women's Basketball - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#23 Iyana Moore Season 2022-23


Class Sophomore
Height 5-8
Hometown Murfreesboro, Tenn.
High School Blackman
Major Human & Organizational Development

Student-Athlete Features
VUCommodores.com – Always Wanting Moore
Vanderbilt Hustler – Iyana Moore: Foreshadowing the Future of Vanderbilt women’s basketball


  • 2021-22 SEC All-Freshman Team
  • SEC co-Freshman of the Week (1.4.22)
  • 2021-22 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

As a Sophomore (2022-23)

  • Injured in preseason practice and sat out the season

As a Freshman (2021-22)

  • Started 17 of 35 games played
  • Led all Vandy freshman in scoring with 444 points, averaging 12.7 points per game, second on the team overall
  • Set the program record for 3-pointers made per game at nine against Alabama State (Dec. 28)
  • Set career high in points against Alabama State to tie for the third most points scored in a game by a Vanderbilt freshman, 32 points
  • Tallied 100th career point vs. Albany to be one of the fastest freshmen to reach the milestone, in 11 games
  • Notched 20 10-plus point games with four 20-plus point performances
  • Led the team in made 3-pointers with 79
  • Averaged 32.5 minutes per game 
  • Ranked nationally: 43rd in minutes played, 52nd in 3-point attempts, 31st in 3-pointers made, 72nd in 3-pointers per game, and 54th in 3-point field goal percentage
  • In the SEC: 12th in scoring, 21st in points per game, third in 3-pointers made, 13th in 3-point field goal percentage, 16th in assists, 25th in assists per game, 13th in steals, and 15th in steals per game

The Moore File

  • Prepped at Blackman under head coach Jennifer Grandstaff
  • Four-star prospect from Prospects Nation and three-star prospect by ESPN
  • Nation’s No. 84 overall recruit and No. 19-ranked point guard by Prospects Nation
  • Nation’s No. 20-ranked point guard by ESPN and No. 25 by Girls Basketball Report
  • Nation’s No. 114 overall recruit by Blue Star and No. 112 by Girls Basketball Report
  • Reached 1,000 career points during her junior season
  • Two-time all-region (2018-19)
  • Two-time all-district (2018-19)
  • Daughter of Kawauna Hubanks and Kerel Moore
  • Stepdad is Lorenzo Hubanks
  • Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Played the clarinet in high school
  • Has five siblings, including older brother Jalen, and younger brothers, Jeremiah, Carter and Isaiah, and younger sister Ryan