Folks - Tom asked me to chime in on this and my initial question is: How sure are you that these are the same craters? I took a look at the LROC image and the latest Apollo image Tom posted. To me, these don't seem to be the same crater.
First, there's an impact on the rim of the crater in the LROC image. That doesn't mean it's not the same, for a crater could've formed in the last ~40 years, and in itself would be a good discovery.
Second, there is a boulder just outside the top of the rim on the Apollo image that doesn't seem to appear in the LROC. While the boulder could have rolled in the last ~40 years, though I don't see a track in the LROC, it's another diagnostic.
Third, the shape looks different, and I would not expect enough erosion in just ~40 years to account for that, though it's possible the sun angle can account for some of it.
But, perhaps the one that's most important is there's a smaller crater to the upper left of the Apollo image that I do not see in the LROC image when I looked. The sun angle should be enough to see that crater in LROC, for smaller ones elsewhere are visible, but I don't see one of that size at that distance from the crater in LROC.
If someone can show me where that smaller crater is in the LROC and that it matches for distance from the crater center in units of crater diameter/radius (need to remember to scale the crater in each image to the same size), then I'll be much more convinced.