1992 Winner

Ronald Moore
Senior; Running Back
Pittsburg State

In 1992, Ronald Moore became the second consecutive player from Pittsburg State to win the Harlon Hill Trophy. He ranked second in Division II with 1,864 yards on 239 carries with 26 touchdowns, and an average of 169.5 yards per game.  He led Division II in scoring with 27 touchdowns for 166 points, and a 15.1 average.  He also ranked eighth in kickoff returns with a 27.7 average on 14 returns, averaged 7.8 yards per carry, and 217.6 all-purpose yards per game.  Moore was selected first-team All-American by the American Football Coaches Association and Kodak, the Associated Press, and every other recognized Division II All-America team.  His average of 169.5 yards per game is the highest ever at Pittsburg State.  His 7.8 yards per carry is the best in Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association history.  His 26 rushing TD's and 27 total TD's set school records and his 166 points set PSU and MIAA records.  He finished his career with a school record 4,299 regular season rushing yards in 43 regular season games.  He finished 16th on the NCAA Division II all-time career chart and third on the MIAA all-time rushing list.  Moore topped 100 yards 14 times in his last 15 games, and 28 times in his career.  He was a two-time All-MIAA selection, and helped Pitt State to a school record 24 consecutive wins, including the 1991 NCAA Division II national championship.   He rushed for 1,040 yards as a junior in 1991 and scored 14 touchdowns on a team that featured another 1,000 yard back, Darren Dawson, and Harlon Hill Trophy winner Ronnie West.  He had 1,013 yards and 10 TD's as a sophomore, and averaged 6.4 yards per carry.  He averaged 8.0 yards per carry as a freshman in 1989 with 382 yards on just 48 carries.
   

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