Moore Named to CollegeInsider.com Freshman All-America Team
March 30, 2010
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State University men's basketball's Reggie Moore has been named to the Freshman All-America Team by CollegeInsider.com, the organization announced this week.
Prior to the conclusion of the season, Moore was named to the Pacific-10 Conference All-Freshman Team. He ranked fifth in the Pac-10 and led all conference freshmen in assists (4.2 apg), fifth overall and first among freshmen in assist/turnover ratio (1.5), 10th overall and first among freshmen in free throw percentage (.794), and 10th overall and second among freshmen in steals (1.4 spg). Moore holds the WSU freshman single game record for free throws made after draining 12-of-15 at Kansas State (Dec. 5) and is tied with Marcus Moore for the freshman lead after notching six steals against San Diego (Nov. 28).
The WSU record holder for assists by a freshman, Moore started 30 of 31 games for the Cougars in 2009-10, averaging 13.1 points per game. He also holds the Cougar freshman record for free throws made (154) and free throw percentage (.794). He ranks in the WSU freshman top-10 in assist/turnover ratio (second, 1.49), minutes played (second, 1,007), games started (second, 30), field goals made (sixth, 106) and 3-point field goals made (t-eighth, 87).
Rather than assembling first, second, third and fourth teams, the CollegeInsider.com Freshmen All-America Team is one squad consisting of 20 players. Division I coaches and NBA scouts are part of the selection process, but final decision rests with the collegeinsider.com staff.
CollegeInsider.com Freshman All-America Team
Avery Bradley, 6-3, Texas
Alec Burks, 6-6, Colorado
Eric Bledsoe, 6-1, Kentucky
D.J. Cooper, 5-11, Ohio
DeMarcus Cousins, 6-11, Kentucky
Derrick Favors, 6-10, Georgia Tech
Chris Gaston, 6-7, Fordham
Elias Harris, 6-7, Gonzaga
Xavier Henry, 6-6, Kansas
Desmar Jackson, 6-5, Wyoming
Kawhi Leonard, 6-7, San Diego State
C.J. McCollum, 6-3, Lehigh
Reggie Moore, 6-1, Washington State
Derek Needham, 5-11, Fairfield
Greg Smith, 6-10, Fresno State
Lance Stephenson, 6-5, Cincinnati
Brandon Triche, 6-4, Syracuse
John Wall, 6-4, Kentucky
Hassan Whiteside, 7-0, Marshall
Derrick Williams, 6-8, Arizona