#89 Kapron Lewis-Moore
2012 (Fifth Year): Started all 13 games … 40 tackles with eight and a half for loss and six sacks (third best on the team in both categories) … credited with nine quarterback hurries, two pass breakups, two forced fumbles and two passes defended … played in 45 games over his Notre Dame career and started 42 contests, including all 13 in 2010, each of the first seven in 2011 (before a knee injury against USC ended his season) and all 13 games of 2012 … had one tackle against Navy (Sept. 1) … had three tackles, one for loss, two quarterback hurries and one pass breakup in the 38-0 rout of Wake Forest (Nov. 17) … has registered a tackle for loss in six of the last seven games and a sack in four of the last six outings … had two tackles, one sack and one forced fumble in the victory at Boston College (Nov. 10) … had three tackles, including a career-best 1.5 sacks in the victory over Pittsburgh (Nov. 3) … had five tackles, including a sack, in the victory over BYU (Oct. 20) … had five tackles and picked up a half sack in the victory over No. 17 Stanford (Oct. 13) … opened the year with a half a sack against Navy (Sept. 1) in a 50-10 victory over the Midshipmen … posted two tackles against Purdue (Sept. 8) and one tackle against Michigan State (Sept. 15) in a pair of victories, before having his breakout game of the season against Michigan (Sept. 22) with six tackles (two solo, four assisted) in a 13-6 win … responded with three tackles in a 41-3 victory over Miami at Soldier Field (Oct. 6) … recorded half a sack and five tackles against Stanford (Oct. 13) in a 20-13 overtime win … registered two tackles and forced a fumble against Boston College (Nov. 10) en route to a 21-6 win … collected five tackles – four assisted tops – and forced a fumble in the season finale against USC (Nov. 24) to help secure the 22-13 triumph.
2010 (JUNIOR): Started all 13 games in 2010 … one of 11 players to start all 13 games for the Irish … joined LB Darius Fleming, CB Gary Gray, DE Ethan Johnson, S Harrison Smith, ILB Manti Te[apos]o and CB Darrin Walls as the only players on the defensive side of the ball to start all 13 games … totaled 62 tackles, which ranked fifth on the team but first among defensive linemen … recorded 20 solo and 42 assisted stops … added two and a half tackles for loss (19 yards) and two sacks (19 yards) … registered four tackles and a sack for minus-14 yards in the season-opening victory over Purdue … collected three solo tackles and three more assisted stops against Michigan … registered six more tackles, including two solo stops, against Stanford … added a solo tackle for the Irish against Pittsburgh … made just two tackles, but added a sack for minus-five yards and forced fumble against Western Michigan … collected a career-high 10 tackles, including three solo stops, against Navy … registered eight assisted tackles in the victory over Utah … posted four solo tackles (seven overall) in the win over Army at Yankee stadium … recorded seven tackles for the second straight game in the victory at USC … four of which were solo stops … collected four tackles, all assisted stops, in he Hyundai Sun Bowl victory over Miami (Fla.) … totaled 680 snaps on defense, the most of any Irish defensive lineman.
2009 (SOPHOMORE): Made tremendous strides as sophomore, appearing in all 12 games and starting nine, after not seeing action as freshman … led Irish defensive line and ranked sixth on team with 46 tackles … recorded second-most tackles for loss on team with seven and his two and a half sacks ranked third … added one forced fumble and one fumble recovery … recovered fumble in Irish debut against Nevada … started for first time against Michigan State and responded with four tackles and forced one fumble … credited with four solo tackles at Purdue including first career tackle for loss … tallied seven tackles, including two tackles for loss and first career sack, against Washington … continued to be one of top defensive linemen on team against USC when he recorded five tackles with one and a half tackles for loss and one-half sack … registered six tackles against Boston College … notched five tackles with one tackle for loss against Washington State … tied career high with seven tackles against Navy, including one tackle for loss and one sack … totaled 227:26 of playing time and made 51 appearances on special teams.
2008 (FRESHMAN): Did not see any game action.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Named to the Fabulous 55 team by the Austin American-Statesman for top players in Texas … ranked No. 33 on the Fab 55 list … considered the 29th-best prospect in Texas and the third-best defensive end in the Lone Star State by SuperPrep … named a SuperPrep All-American as the 41st-best defensive line prospect in the country … ranked the 33rd-best player in Texas by Rivals.com and the 13th-best strongside defensive end by the … rated by Scout.com as the 32nd-best defensive end in the nation … as a junior, collected 50 tackles and added six sacks, two forced fumbles and three recovered fumbles … received second-team all-district honors following junior season … helped lead the football team to the playoffs as a sophomore and junior … named honorable mention all-district following sophomore season … also played basketball for the Kangaroos … led his team to one conference win after pouring in 31 points and grabbing 12 rebounds … averaged a double-double for the Weatherford basketball team … named newcomer of the year following his freshman season on the basketball team for district 4-5A by the Dallas Morning News … also was a member of the track and field team … played football for coach Kenny Wheaton … son of Wanna Lewis and Archie Moore … graduated from Mendoza College of Business and earned a degree in marketing … currently enrolled in graduate studies program.
Lewis-Moore[apos]s Career Statistics
|2008||Did Not Play|