"It was good for me to play with them. It made me play better," Moore said.
Moore finished with a 115 on the par 72, 5,859-yard layout.
Northwestern Ohio won the event with a team score of 360.
Christy Brinkman of UNOH was medalist with an 86. Brinkman tied with teammate Erin Winings, but Brinkman's lower score on the 15th hole was the tiebreaker. The players had identical scores on the last three holes.
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Moore started strong with a par on two of the first five holes and a 20-foot putt on No. 7.
She couldn't keep the momentum going on the back nine and finished with her second consecutive 115 of the spring.
"The front nine was good," Moore said. "The back nine I just fell apart."
Added IU East coach Von Ebeling: "Kelli had to come in and play the top competition from other teams. She hung in and played the best she could, and that's something we can build on."
The event was the only home competition of the 2010 season for the IU East golf program.
Ebeling thanked the staff at Highland Lake and sponsor J.C. Penney for their support of the tournament.
"We look forward to hosting more events here," Ebeling said. "Things went as smoothly as they could have gone today.
"The wind was definitely a factor in the higher scores, but the athletes seemed to enjoy themselves and played and competed until the end."