Terps celebrate Sweet Sixteen season, seniors at annual banquet
Postgame Quotes: #5 Maryland 88, Mount St. Mary's 47
Men's tennis, volleyball earn President's Cup Team GPA Awards
Team awards presented at annual banquet Friday
Terrapin rookie named Full Court Freshman All-American
Maryland defeated Wake Forest 92-81 in overtime. The Terps advanced to the ACC Semifinals.
Hawkins, Pavlech lead Terps in battle
Maryland v Loiusville
Maryland v Navy
Maryland vs. Wake Forest :: March 3, 2012 (AP Photos)
Frese on Moseley: "Brene has one of the best personalities for the point guard position of anyone I've coached. She communicates. She's about other people. She wants responsibility and she has a really good mind for the game. As a freshman, she asked some of the best questions when we reviewed video. What I saw when I recruited her is still true today - Brene wants the ball in pressure situations. She's as cool as a cucumber. She's also one of those people that is impossible not to like. It should be a fun season watching her lead us."As a Sophomore (2012-13): Tore left ACL in a preseason team scrimmage (Oct. 21)...given team's Perseverance Award at annual banquet.
As a Freshman (2011-12): Saw action in all 36 games...named to ACC All-Freshman Team and All-Academic Team...scored 17 points in her Terrapin debut vs. Loyola off 5-for-6 shooting from the field and the foul line (Nov. 11)...scored 26 points vs. Towson (Nov. 16)...most for Terrapin freshman since Kristi Toliver dropped 28 on Utah in Elite Eight in 2006...named ACC Rookie of the Week (Nov. 21)...scored 17 points, all in the second half, off 3-for-5 threes vs. CSUB (Nov. 26)...went 4-for-4 at the FT line to notch 10 points and dished five assists at American (Dec. 4)...went 6-for-11 from the field to score 13 points with seven assists vs. Delaware State (Dec. 8)...led team in scoring with 12 points and in assists with six vs. Lafayette (Dec. 28)...scored seven points in Terps' comeback win over Georgia Tech (Jan. 6)...converted a key and-1 in second half of Terps' overtime win at No. 23 UNC (Jan. 8)...made two three's and scored 11 points with four assists vs. Wake Forest (Jan. 19)...dished four assists vs. Virginia Tech (Jan. 26)...hit three threes and scored 16 points with four boards and five assists vs. Boston College (Feb. 2)...scored 10 points, all in the second half, two assists and three boards at Clemson (Feb. 9)...played 25 minutes vs. #5 Duke and scored seven points with six assists...hit a clutch three to tie the game with six minutes remaining vs. #5 Duke...assisted on three of Terps' final five buckets to secure the win (Feb. 19)...hit a three, made two FTs, pulled down a board, dished two assists and had a steal vs. UNC (Feb. 24)...scored 13 points off two threes and a pair of free throws in 19 minutes in Terps' ACC Tournament win over Virginia (March 2)...added nine points in 16 minutes vs. Wake in ACC Semis (March 3)...saw valuable minutes in ACC Championship game (March 4)...came in off the bench and scored five points, including a clutch second-half three, and dished five assists with two steals in NCAA Second Round vs. Louisville (March 19)...played key minutes and dished six assists with seven points in Terps' win over Texas A&M in NCAA Regional Semifinal (March 25)...received team's Top Three-Point Shooter Award and Academic Acheivement Award at annual banquet.
Before Maryland: Played four years of varsity at Paint Branch...named First Team All-Met by The Washington Post as a junior...earned First Team All-Gazette honors by Gazette newspapers in both her sophomore and junior seasons...led DC, Maryland and Virginia area in scoring with 26.2 points per game as a junior...team leader in three-point shooting, free throws, assists...averaged over 7.0 assists a game as a junior...led Paint Branch to back to back state championship games in her freshman and sophomore seasons...scored 17 to win state title and finish undefeated season as a freshman...played AAU ball for D.C. Heat...ESPN HoopGurlz -- Four stars, No. 70 player in 2011 class, No. 18 guard, 93 rating...missed senior year due to a knee injury.
Personal: Daughter of Eugene and Beatrice Moseley...has one sibling, Esheance...came to Maryland for the family atmosphere, academic support, player development..."It is close to home so I can have support of my family and friends. When I hurt my knee, they stood beside me through everything."...Letters and Sciences major...also considered Miami, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Georgetown, Temple and James Madison.
MOSELEY'S CAREER HIGHS