Brandon Moore
Brandon Moore
Head Coach
bmoore45@ccc.edu
Olive-Harvey
Junior College

Brandon Moore Head Coach - Men's Basketball[(773) 291-6254](tel://(773) 291-6254)bmoore45@ccc.edu After serving as an assistant for the Olive-Harvey College mens basketball team for 10 seasons, Brandon Moore took over as head coach in 2015-16.   In Moores three years at the helm, OHC has produced a 48-48 overall record, including a 26-7 mark in 2017-18 when the Panthers advanced to the Region IV District 3 championship and finished the season ranked No. 16 in the NJCAA Division II national poll.  Also in 2017-18, Olive-Harvey was ranked six times in the Division II weekly poll, assembled winning streaks of 11 and nine games and owned an 8-1 record against City Colleges of Chicago competition.   As an assistant in 2014-15, Olive-Harvey captured the Region IV District B title and advanced to the NJCAA Division II Championship tournament. Moore competed collegiately at University of St. Francis (USF) in Joliet, McKendree College in downstate Lebanon and Saint Xavier University (SXU) in Chicago.    During his senior season at USF in 1999-2000, Moore earned first-team All-Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC) honors after averaging 15.8 points, 6.8 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game.  He also shot 59 percent from the field and 40 percent from three-point range.  In addition, Moore was selected to the all-tournament team at Rollins Colleges tourney in Orlando, Fla.  As a junior, Moore helped McKendree post a 21-9 mark and capture the American Midwest Conference crown courtesy of his 14.8 points-, 6.1 assists- and 4.9-rebounds-per-game averages.  Moore scored 35 points against Iowa Wesleyan University to claim the NAIA Player of the Week award Nov. 24, 1998.   A first-team All-CCAC performer as a sophomore at SXU, Moore averaged 13.8 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.8 steals per game.  At the National Christian Basketball Tournament in the 1996-97 season, Moore was voted to the all-tournament first team.   After completing his collegiate career, Moore played professionally for the Elgin Racers of the International Basketball League (IBL) from 2005-09.  Moore averaged 21 points in 2006 and represented the Eastern Conference in the IBL All-Star Game that season.  His 45 points against Waterloo that year established the leagues single-game scoring mark.   Led by Moore, Elgin won the 2007 IBL Midwest Division title.     A standout at Proviso West High School in Hillside, Moore was named first team All-West Suburban Conference, first team Pioneer Press all-area and Chicago Sun-Times all-area as a senior in 1994-95.  Also as a senior, Moore was chosen to the Illinois High School Top-100 list by the Chicago Tribune.     As a senior, Moore averaged 14 points, 7 rebounds, 6 assists and 3 steals per game.  He scored 30 points in the West Suburban Conference All-Star Game to earn MVP accolades, and he helped Proviso West finish 19-7, win an IHSA Regional championship and place as high as 17th in the states Class AA poll.   Moore received a bachelors degree in sports and health sciences with a coaching concentration from American Public University.  He has two children, Brandon and Bradley.