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Player Bio: Marcus Moore :: Men's Basketball  

  Marcus Moore
Marcus Moore

Player Profile
RS Senior

Inglewood, Calif.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 208





CAREER - Ranks in Cougar top 10 with 4.3 assists per game (second), 125 steals (sixth) and 14.6 points per game (ninth)...became 24th player in WSU history to record 1,000 points at Arizona, Jan. 9...he became sixth Cougar to post 300 assists against Washington, March 1...became sixth player at WSU with 125 steals, final game of the season at USC, March reaching all three milestones, he joined Keith Morrison (1983-86) and Bennie Seltzer (1990-93) as the only Cougars with 1,000 points, 300 assists and 125 steals.

RS-JUNIOR (2002-03) - Led WSU in scoring (328 points), scoring average (18.2 ppg.), rebounding average (5.4 rpg.), and steals per game (1.66)...missed nine games following surgery to remove bone chips from his ankle at midseason...scored 20 or more points in nine games, including three with 35 or more...had career-high 42 points, including 9-for-15 shooting from behind the three-point arc, vs. Gonzaga, Dec. 7...added 35 points against San Jose State, Nov. 23 and at then No. 2 Arizona, Jan. 9...recorded two double-doubles with 28 points/10 rebounds against Southern Utah, Nov. 25, and 22 points/11 rebounds vs. Fresno State, Dec. 23...returned from injury against rival Washington by scoring 23 points, March 1...declared for NBA draft following the season, but withdrew his name in time to return for senior season.

RS-SOPHOMORE (2001-02) - Only Cougar to start all 27 games...earned All-Pacific-10 Honorable Mention honors after leading WSU in scoring (448 points), scoring average (16.6 ppg.), assists (131), assist per game (4.85), steals (55) and steals per game (2.04)...scored in double figures 21 of 27 games, including 11 straight, Jan. 19-Feb. 27...averaged 21.7 points during stretch...recorded eight games with 20 or more points, including three with 30 or more...poured in career-high 35 points vs. Oregon, Jan. 26...added 34 against eventual Elite Eight participant Ducks in Eugene, Feb. 21...registered a pair of double-doubles with 26 points/10 assists vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Dec. 1 and 12 points/career-high 11 assists vs. USC, Dec. 29...connected on school record 16-for-16 free throws vs. Arizona State, Jan. 12.

RS-FRESHMAN (2000-01) - Named to the Pacific-10 All-Freshman team...recorded a WSU freshman record six steals in win over Montana, Dec. 12...added a season-high 25 points against the Grizzlies, the most by a Cougar freshman since Isaac Fontaine scored 33 vs. Michigan State, Nov. 27, 1993...recorded a double-double with 18 points and season-high 10 rebounds in win over Washington, March 3...led WSU in assists and steals...eighth in the Pac-10 with 3.57 assists per game and eighth in the conference with 1.43 steals per game...scored in double figures 13 times, including final three games of the season when he averaged 16.0 points, 5.7 rebounds and 4.0 assists.

FRESHMAN (1999-2000) - Sat out season after failing to become academically eligible prior to the fall semester.

HIGH SCHOOL - Attended Redondo High for three years where he played for coach Jim Nielsen before transferring to Dominguez High and playing for coach Russell Otis during his final a JUNIOR averaged 12 points, nine assists and five rebounds per game...helped lead the Seahawks to an impressive 29-4 mark and Ocean League championship...named most outstanding player in the Ocean finished runner-up in Division II Southern Section playoffs...player of the game in title match with 18 points, 10 rebounds and 10 a SENIOR won John Wooden Award for the state of California...recorded 13 points, eight assists and six rebounds per contest...ranked as the state's top point guard...led Dons to a 32-3 mark and state ranked third in the nation.

PERSONAL - Born Marcus Moore December 25, 1980 in Inglewood, Calif...father Ronald, mother Aren, sister Cherron.

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