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|Full name||Terence Moore|
|Date of birth||June 10, 1954|
|Place of birth||Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada|
|Playing position||Defender / Midfielder|
|–||Simon Fraser Clan|
|1980||Minnesota Kicks (indoor)||3||(0)|
|1981||Toronto Blizzard (indoor)||15||(4)|
|1982||Los Angeles Aztecs||20||(0)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
McLenaghen also excelled at lacrosse as a teenager, participating in the Canadian national championship Minto Cup. He was a member of his local senior soccer club Pegusus F.C. at age 15 and captained Canadian's 1972 National Youth soccer team.
McLenaghen was a member of the Canadian olympic team for the 1976 Summer Olympics and played collegiately in 1977 for Simon Fraser University. McLenaghen played four seasons in the NASL, each one on a different team. He played the summer of 1979 with the Minnesota Kicks, 1980 with the Toronto Blizzard, 1981 for Los Angeles Aztecs, and 1982 with the Edmonton Drillers.
McLenaghen played eight 'A' internationals for Canada, once in 1975 (against Cuba), six times in 1980, and once in 1981. He did not score any international goals. He also played for Vancouver Columbus FC in the 1987-88 season.