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WSU Men's Basketball BIO
Reggie Moore
Player Profile:
Reggie Moore 1269602
Position: Guard
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 178
Year: Junior
Hometown: Seattle, Wash.
High School: Rainier Beach HS


Reggie Moore
Reggie Moore

Seattle, Wash.

High School:
Rainier Beach HS

Last College:
Brewster Academy-N.H.

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 178



Ranks on WSU's all-time list in assists average (second - 4.36), assists (sixth - 419), free throws (eighth - 362), free throw attempts (T-ninth - 472), steals (14th - 98), assists (18th - 226), 3-point field goals (20th - 85), 3-point field goal attempts (20th - 250) and scoring (29th - 1,027).

JUNIOR (2011-12)
Played in all 37 games for the Cougars, notching 35 starts...was third on the team and 30th in the Pac-12 with 10.5 points per game and led WSU and the conference with 5.2 assists per game (42nd in the country)...also ranked fourth in the league with a 2.0 assist/turnover ratio and ninth in minutes played with 33.1 per game...named All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention...started the season with 14 points at Gonzaga (Nov. 14), adding five assists...dished out nine assists in WSU's victory over Oregon State (Dec. 31) in Spokane...had first of two double-doubles with 11 assists and 10 points at Oregon State (Feb. 9)...second doubled-double came against Oregon State once again in the Pac-12 Tournament (March 7) with 10 points and 10 assists...made a career-high 12 free throws (12-for-13) en route to 18 points in Cougars' CBI First Round victory at San Francisco (March 13)...scored a season-high 22 points at Oregon State in the CBI Semifinals (March 21)...scored 18 points in each of WSU's final two games in the championship round of the CBI at Pittsburgh (March 28 and 30)...set WSU single-season record for assists with 193... also tied Taylor Rochestie for the minutes played record (1,223 minutes)...ranks third on the single-season list for assists average at 5.2 apg.

SOPHOMORE (2010-11)
Started 30 of 31 games played...missed the first five games with a wrist injury...broke a career-high in rebounds (seven) both times Washington State faced Arizona State during the season...recorded first career block at Oregon (Feb. 3)...double digit points 12 times during a 13 game span, including an 18-point performance against Washington (Jan. 30)...led the team in scoring against Washington with 18 points...ranked ninth in the Pacific-10 Conference for assists per game (3.4)...recorded a season-high free throw percentage (.900) against Washington, after making nine of ten free throws...tallied three of five three-point field goal attempts against Oregon (Jan. 8) to set a season-high for three-point field goals made...recorded a season-high nine assist against Oregon State (Jan. 6)...ranks sixth on the Cougars assists average career list (3.83 apg).

FRESHMAN (2009-10)
Started 30 of WSU's 31 games...led team and ranked fifth in the Pac-10 with 4.2 assists a game...second on team and second among conference freshmen with 12.7 points per game...named to the five-man Pacific-10 Conference All-Freshman Team and Freshman All-America Team...recorded first 10 points of the season against Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 13)...set a career-high in steals (six) against San Diego (Nov. 28) at the Great Alaska Shootout in Anchorage...recorded only career double-double with 10 assists and 16 points against Air Force (Dec. 12)...played a career high 45 minutes to lead the Cougars to an overtime victory over LSU at the Cougar Hardwood Classic in his hometown of Seattle (Dec. 22)...contributed 25 points against California (Jan. 14) to set a career-high and shot 9-for-10 from the free throw line...tallied a career-high six 3-point field goals and nine field goals, to end the game with 24 points at UCLA (Jan. 23)...pulled down five boards to set a personal Pac-10 record against Arizona (Feb. 6)...notched four steals against UCLA (Feb. 18) to set a personal Pac-10 record...tied personal Pac-10 best with 37 minutes of play against Washington (Feb. 27), added six free throws, four boards and three assists...ranks on the WSU season leader list at sixth for free throws (154) and tied for 10th in assists (131)...set Cougar single game freshman record for free throws with 12 made at Kansas State (Dec. 5) and ranks second on WSU's freshman single game list in assists after dishing out 12 against Portland State (Dec. 19)...set Cougar single season freshman records for assists (131), assist average (4.2 apg), free throw percentage (.794) and free throws made (154)...ranks on WSU's freshman single season list for points (third - 394), scoring average (second - 12.7 ppg), steals (second, 42) and minutes played (second, 1007)...scored in double-figures 22 times, reaching the 20-point plateau four times.

Earned one letter in basketball under head coach Phil Lumpkin at O'Dea HS in Seattle before transferring to Rainier Beach HS prior to his junior year where he earned two letters in basketball under head coach Mike Bethea...following high school graduation played one year at Brewster Academy in New Hampshire ...also earned a letter in ultimate Frisbee as a forward at Brewster Academy...played junior varsity basketball as a FRESHMAN at a SOPHOMORE, led O'Dea HS to the 3A State final, falling to Seattle Prep, 47-37...earned first team all-league and all-State honors as a JUNIOR...led team to the 3A State championship and a 29-1 record as the team captain as a SENIOR...averaged 20 points and 10 assists per game...was named the Associated Press 3A State player of the Year and was an all-Metro League selection...named the 2008 Northwest Shootout co-MVP along with WSU teammate DeAngelo Casto after scoring 23 points and dishing out six assists as the Washington all-stars defeated the Oregon team, 108-105...averaged 15 points and six assists a game at BREWSTER ACADEMY...helped lead to national prep championship tournament semifinals, falling to Hargrave Military Academy of Virginia.

Born Reginald K. Moore in November of 1989 in Seattle...father Reginald Miller is a baker, mother Lisa Moore Roberson works for Seattle public schools and stepfather Terry Roberson is an electrician...younger brother Jawan Roberson and younger sisters Tyra and Mya Roberson...cousin Aaron Brooks was a standout basketball player at Oregon and currently played in the NBA for the Houston Rockets and Phoenix Suns...enjoys cars...majoring in humanities at WSU.

Minutes: 45 vs. LSU (Seattle), 12/22/09
Points: 25 vs. California, 1/14/10
Field Goals Made: 9 at UCLA, 1/23/10
Field Goal Attempts: 18 at Oregon State, 3/21/12
3-Pt Field Goals Made: 6 at UCLA, 1/23/10
3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 10 at UCLA, 1/23/10
Free Throws Made: 12 (twice) at San Francisco, 3/13/12
Free Throws Attempted: 15 at Kansas State, 12/5/09
Rebounds: 7 (twice) vs. Arizona State, 1/20/11
Assists: 12 vs. Portland State (Kennewick), 12/19/09
Blocks: 1 (seven times) vs. Wyoming, 3/19/12
Steals: 6 vs. San Diego, 11/28/09
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