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Fun Facts: Lauren Moses

Sophomore Lauren Moses.

Oct. 28, 2015

Lauren Moses (Mount Holly, N.J.) appeared in all 31 games and earned 30 starts as a freshman for the Cavaliers. Moses ranked 13th in the ACC in blocked shots with 1.10 per game. She had her first double-digit scoring game against Toledo, scoring 14 points with eight rebounds. Moses earned the first double-double of her career at Clemson with 15 points and 10 rebounds. 

Other Fun Facts about Lauren:

- Loves UVA because it has the best academics and athletics teams.
- Hidden talent in juggling.
- Two things she considers herself good at are basketball and juggling.
- Family member she is proud of is her brother. “He is the hardest working person I know.”
- Place she has been that she thought was paradise is Hawai’i.
- Greatest achievement is breaking the all-time scoring record at her high school.
- Favorite activity on vacation is to lie on the beach.
- Dream job is to be an actress.
- Favorite musical group in high school was B2K.
- Thoughts on Coach Boyle: “She is caring and considerate.”

 

 

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