|Born||July 1, 1974|
Port Gibson, Mississippi
|Listed height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Listed weight||175 lb (79 kg)|
|High school||Port Gibson (Port Gibson, Mississippi)|
|College||Ole Miss (1992–1996)|
|NBA draft||1999 / Round: Expansion / Pick: 6th|
|Selected by the Orlando Miracle|
|2007–2008||DeSoto Central HS (boys' asst.)|
|Career highlights and awards|
|Stats at Basketball-Reference.com|
Yolanda Moore (born July 1, 1974) is a former American professional basketball player. She was the post game radio analyst for the Memphis Grizzlies in 2007.
Moore played basketball at University of Mississippi and was a three-time All-Southeastern Conference post player. In 2010, she was inducted into Ole Miss Sports Hall of Fame. She graduated from Mississippi in 1997 with a bachelor's degree with a double major in English and radio and television.
Moore spent three years in the WNBA, a total of 66 games and 740 minutes of playing time. In 1997 and 1998 she won a WNBA Championship with the Houston Comets. In 1999 she played for the Orlando Miracle.
Moore became assistant boys' basketball coach and honors English teacher at DeSoto Central High School in Southaven, Mississippi near Memphis, Tennessee in 2007. In 2011, she was girls' basketball coach at Heritage Academy in Columbus, Mississippi before being fired in December.
Moore led the Lady Bengals to a 26-3 overall record. The team ranked sixth nationally in scoring defense.
In April 2014 Moore became the fifth head women's basketball coach for Southeastern Louisiana University. She continued in that role for two seasons, in which she had an 11–47 record.
Moore has four children; she had her first child while attending the University of Mississippi. In addition to her undergraduate degree at Mississippi, Moore has a master's degree in workforce educational leadership from Alcorn State University and later enrolled at Mississippi State University to pursue a Ph.D. in instructional systems and workforce development.
|LSU Eunice Bengals (MISS-LOU Junior College Conference) (2013–2014)|
|2013–14||LSU Eunice||26–4||7–2||1st||NJCAA Regional|
Postseason invitational champion
|Southeastern Louisiana Lions (Southland Conference) (2014–2016)|