In 2013 Moline narrowly missed out on an elusive pair of gold medals, settling for runner-up finishes at both the USA Outdoor Championships and NCAA Outdoor Championships. As a junior at the University of Arizona, Moline was on track to run an undefeated outdoor season when she fell in the semifinal of the NCAA Championships and failed to advance to the final. Moline came back in a big way when she earned a spot on Team USA for the London Olympic Games and went on to finish fifth in the Olympic final as the youngest athlete in the field. In her first three years at Arizona, Moline battled a stress fracture in her right tibia, a sprained disk in her lower back and a pulled posterior cruciate ligament. Moline battled back by doing pool workouts and strength training. An Arizona local, Moline was highly recruited but chose Arizona for head coach Fred Harvey's extensive knowledge of the hurdles. Her hobbies outside of track include dancing and volleyball. Her favorite meats are Salmon (Wild Caught) and Chicken Sausages.
2012 Olympic Trials Runner-up 400mH (54.33)
Two-time USA Outdoors Runner-up 400mH - 2013 (53.88); 2014 (54.00)
2013 NCAA Outdoor Runner-up 400mH (53.72)
2012 Pac 12 Champion (55.12)