Utah Royals FC (2018-Present): NWSL league allocation
FC Kansas City (2017): Trade with the Houston Dash
Houston Dash (2016): Trade with Western New York Flash
Western New York Flash (2015): Trade with FC Kansas City
FC Kansas City (2015): Trade with Portland Thorns
Portland Thorns (2014): Trade with Seattle Reign FC
INAC Kobe Leonessa (2012-2014): Signed after WPS fold
Western New York Flash (2011): Traded from MagicJack
MagicJack (2011): Relocation with Washington Freedom
Washington Freedom (2009-2010): Selected in sixth round of WPS Draft
2018: Selected for NWSL Team of the Month for June...
2017: Traded to FC Kansas City where she started 17 of the 19 games played. Has played a total of 77 games in the NWSL.
2016: Traded to Western New York Flash, who then traded Moros to Houston Dash... started in the 17 games...2 assists...
2015: Traded to FC Kansas City...started all 20 regular season games, and appeared in two play-off matches...Won NWSL National Championship
2014: Won Nadeshiko league championships for second year in a row...ended INAC Kobe Leonessa campaign with ten appearances...signed with Portland Thorns where she started 13 of her 18 appearances.
2013: Won Nadeshiko league championships...Empress Cup champion...Modcast cup champion.
2012: Signed with INAC Kobe Leonessa.
2011: Started season with Freedom, making five appearance and three starts...Traded to the Western NY Flash where she won a WPS regular season and national championship...made 10 appearances and scored one goal.
2010: Moros finished her Washington Freedom campaign with over 68 appearances and eleven goals for the team...started all 24 games she appeared in 2010...scored one goal.
2007: Won a W-league championship with the Washington Freedom...Made 20 appearances, and 14 starts...scored 2 goals.
International Career: 2006: Rostered with USWNT U21 squad
2006: Ended her college career with 86 appearances, and 15 goals...started all 21 matches...scored four goals...three assists...earned NSCAA/Adidas Third Team All- American honors...named Soccer Buzz Second Team All-Region...Named All-ACC first team...received All-Tournament honor for UAB Nike Classic...All-Tournament honors at Duke Classic.
2005: Started in 21 of the 20 matches played...scored four goals...four assists... earned Soccer Buzz All-American honorable mention honors...Won Soccer Buzz All- Southeast Region second team...won All-ACC first team...Named Soccer America Team of the Week...Named Soccer Buzz Team of the week...Named ACC Player of the Week...Selected for Duke/Adidas Classic All-tournament team...scored two game winning goals against San Diego and North Carolina.
2004: Started all 23 games...led team with 11 assists, tying her for second most in Duke single-season history...set a Duke single-game record with four assists versus Virginia Tech...selected with Soccer Buzz second team...NSCAA third team All- Southeast Region honors...selected as second team All-ACC...All-American honors form the Jewish Sports Review...member of Duke/Adidas Soccer Classic All- Tournament team.
2003: Played in 21 matches...starter for the Blue Devils...scored three goals...two assists...scored first career goals in a 4-0 win over Richmond...assisted game-winning goals against Virginia in the ACC Tournament.