|Hometown:||San Juan Capistrano, CA|
|High School:||Mission Viejo|
2009 - Saw action in 13 games and made seven starts ... Led the team with six touchdowns scored ... Tied for fourth on the team with 29 receptions ... Third on the team with 207 rushing yards ... Offensive winner of UCLA's Henry R. Red Sanders Award for Most Valuable Player ... Came off the bench in the opener against San Diego State and made one reception (13 yds) ... Scored the Bruins' only touchdown at Tennessee on a 12-yard catch ... Made one reception in games versus Kansas State (7) and at Stanford (6) ... Had his first two carries of the season for eight yards against Oregon and made two receptions (13) ... Started against Cal and carried once (3) and made one catch (6) ... Played off the bench at Arizona ... Started at Oregon State and made three catches (24) ... Started versus Washington and carried twice (3) ... His first carry resulted in a one-yard scoring play to give UCLA a 14-10 lead ... His other carry was a two-yard run for a first down that allowed the Bruins to run out the clock at game's end ... Also made two receptions (17) ... At Washington State, he became the first Bruin since Maurice Jones-Drew to rush for three touchdowns in a game, scoring on all three of his carries - 2-yards, 7-yards and 16-yards ... He also made a career-best seven receptions (60) ... Against Arizona State, he started at tailback and rushed for 84 yards on 25 attempts (both career highs) as the Bruins kept the ball on the ground down the stretch ... At USC, he started at tailback and tied for the team lead with five receptions (39) and rushed for 15 yards on 12 carries, including a two-yard scoring run ... Started at tailback in the bowl win over Temple and totaled 69 yards rushing on 15 carries and made three catches for 44 yards.
2008 - Appeared in all 12 games with eight starts (six fullback, two tailback) ... Came off the bench and carried six times for five yards against Tennessee ... Started at BYU and carried seven times for 12 yards ... Rushed for a career-best 72 yards on 11 carries versus Arizona, including a career-long 40-yard run ... Came off the bench at fullback versus Fresno State and made three receptions (31 yards), including a 20-yard scoring catch ... Started at fullback versus Washington State and carried once for five yards and made two receptions (7) ... Made two catches (35) and carried once for two yards in a start at Oregon ... Had two carries for 22 yards and made two catches (14) against Stanford ... Busted off a key 17-yard run on third-and-one and also made a five-yard catch on the final game-winning drive versus the Cardinal ... Started at Cal and carried once for no yards ... Saw action off the bench against Oregon State ... Started at Washington and his blocking was key to the running game ... Made one catch at Arizona State (4) ... Started and carried once for zero yards against USC.
2007 - Saw action in 11 games and made one start (Arizona State) ... Injured his left wrist (fracture) in pre-season practice (Aug. 10) and was limited by the injury early in the season ... Did not play in the opener at Stanford or against BYU ... Against Utah, he carried three times for 30 yards and played on special teams ... Against Washington, he carried three times for eight yards and played on special teams ... Carried once for seven yards against Oregon State ... Against Notre Dame, he carried six times for 21 yards, including a 15-yard run ... Gained 19 yards on eight attempts versus California ... Carried four times for five yards at Washington State ... At Arizona, he led the Bruins with 62 yards on 15 carries, including a 35-yard run ... Scored on a one-yard touchdown and made two receptions (13) ... Made his first career start against Arizona State and netted seven yards on six rushing attempts and made one reception (2) ... Carried three times for 20 yards versus Oregon ... Carried once for one yard versus USC ... In the Las Vegas Bowl, he carried five times for 16 yards.
2006 - Appeared in all 13 of UCLA's games, primarily as a third-down back ... On the year, Moline tied for the team lead and led all rushers with five touchdowns ... Was the team's fourth-leading rusher with 101 yards on 33 attempts ... Also made five receptions for 40 yards ... Moline made his debut versus Utah and ran for 17 yards on seven attempts and made one reception (12) ... Did not touch the football against Rice or Washington ... Against Stanford, he scored UCLA's only offensive touchdowns, hitting paydirt from two yards away in the third quarter and from one-yard out in the fourth ... Made one reception against Arizona (15) ... Played briefly at Oregon ... At Notre Dame, he made a seven-yard reception and also carried once for three yards ... Against Washington State, Moline led the Bruins with 32 yards on six carries and also made one reception (2) ... At California, he carried the ball eight times for 25 yards, including seven carries for 21 yards in the second half ... Carried four times for 10 yards versus Oregon State ... In the win at Arizona State, he scored a one-yard touchdown on the first play of the second quarter to give the Bruins a 14-3 lead ... On the night he carried twice for one yard ... He carried twice for one yard versus USC ... In the Emerald Bowl, he carried once, scoring a touchdown on an eight-yard run to give UCLA a 27-23 lead with 5:49 remaining in the third quarter.
HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons at Mission Viejo High School for Coach Bob Johnson ... Rated the No. 4 fullback nationally by ESPN.com ... Four-star selection by scout.com ... Three-star selection by rivals.com ... Cal-Hi Sports All-State second team ... Second-team All-CIF Southern Section ... First-team CIF-SS, Division II ... Played in the CaliFlorida Bowl ... Named All-Orange County by The Register ... Scored 134 points (22 touchdowns, two PATs) in 11 games as a senior ... Rushed for 791 yards and 17 touchdowns on 117 carries ... Also had 199 yards receiving and five more touchdowns ... As a junior, he was first-team All-CIF SS ... Also CIF-SS Division II co-Offensive Player of the Year.
PERSONAL - Full Name: Chane Harrison Moline ... Born: July 23, 1987 in Mission Viejo, CA ... Parents: Chris and Dawn Moline ... Has two brothers, Chad and Chase, who each played football at UCLA ... Lists one of his biggest thrills in sports as being when his high school team won a game at De La Salle HS ... Famous athlete he patterns his style of play after is former NFL standout Mike Alstott ... Hobbies include surfing and fishing ... Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2006 and Winter 2009 ... History major.
Rushing Yards: 84 vs. Arizona State, 2009
Rush Attempts: 25 vs. Arizona State, 2009
Rushing Touchdowns: 3 at Washington State, 2009
Receptions: 7 at Washington State, 2009
Receiving Yards: 60 yards at Washington State, 2009