AP recently released a story about a secondary recruiting violation for Maya Moore at Conn. Linked from http://sports.yahoo.com/ncaaw/news?slug=ap-uconn-espn&prov=ap&type=lgns ---The University of Connecticut said it self-reported a secondary violation of NCAA rules involving the recruiting of basketball player Maya Moore. The violation occurred in 2005, when the women’s basketball office arranged for Moore to tour the studios of ESPN in Bristol. It was first reported last week by ESPN...Read Full Story
Maya Moore Wall
Maya Moore is a basketball player for #1 ranked Connecticut.
Per Game Averages Points - 18.4 Assists - 2.7 Rebounds - 8.4 Maya Moore is a sophomore forward for the University of Connecticut Huskies.
Awards and Honors
She was named to the U.S. U-18 National Team in 2006, and helped that team qualify for the 2007 U19 World Championships in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Moore was named Big East Player of the Year on March 7, 2008.
Moore had her consecutive game scoring streak snapped at 31 straight games with her 7-point effort against Pittsburgh in the Big East semifinals, marking the first time this season she failed to register double-digit points.
Moore is tied with Diana Taurasi’s 31-game streak (last 14 games of 2003 season & first 17 games of 2004 season) from Feb. 19, 2003 through Jan. 27, 2004 for the most consecutive double-figure scoring outputs in UConn history. Her 31-game streak also ranks as the UConn record for consecutive double-figure scoring efforts to open a career.
She also broke the UConn single-season record for most points as a freshman breaking the mark set by Svetlana Abrosimova, who had 538 in 1997-98.
Scored her 1,000th career point on January 20, 2009 (in just her 55th game at UConn) at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut while scoring 40 points over the Syracuse Orange. The previous UConn record for the least games needed to reach 1,000 points was 63 by Svetlana Abrosimova.