|Parents||Mark & Sandy|
|Bio||Senior year averaged 10 Points, 4 Assists, 3 Rebs, 1.5 Steals|
|College Interest||D3 and NAIA|
|Date of Birth||10/10/2001|
Matthew Moorse is a three sport high school athlete who participates at the varsity level for football, basketball, and baseball. He is a member of the National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, three sport letterman, and has been awarded the West Central Conference All- Academic Award for the past three years. In 2018, Matthew received the All Academic –District Award. His faith is important to him and continues to be his foundation.
Since Matthew has been on varsity, the BOLD Warriors have been Conference Champions for the past two years in Baseball and past three years in Football. BOLD Warrior Football Team was awarded Class A State Championship Runner Up in 2018 at US Bank Stadium. This accomplishment was his highlight and favorite memory of the football season.
Matthew join the SW MN Stars during the 2018 season. Matthew states the program has elevated Matthew’s passion for the game of basketball to the next level. The higher level of instruction and competition has challenged and pushed Matthew to achieve his higher goals. He has gained qualities such as working hard, dedication, playing as a team, and individual skill development all while focusing on God. Doing all of this while developing relationships with teammates and coaches has been a true blessing.
Matthew takes pride in his quickness on the court and has an aggressive style of play on both ends of the floor. Matthew is a hard worker with mental toughness, and he has the ability to score from the perimeter while also getting to rim in transition. His team-first attitude, never quit work ethic, competitiveness and energy on the court are valued traits of Matthew to his team.
Matthew has goals to play basketball at college level and he plans to study Pre-Physical Therapy. His college goals are to grow as an individual, to focus on academics to advance into the graduate program, and to be actively involved in campus programs.
Beyond college, Matthew has professional, personal and spiritual goals. Professionally, his goal is to become a Doctor of Physical Therapy and focus on sports injury recovery and prevention of injuries so athletes can function at their full potential. Personally, he would like to coach youth basketball in his community and spiritually, he wants to continue to follow Christ by serving others and grow in his faith.