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Maryland women's basketball profiles in Terpage: Brene Moseley

A fifth-year senior has big shoes to fill in Maryland's backcourt.

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Brene Moseley, redshirt senior, guard, No. 3

Stats: 107 games, 14.1 mpg, 6.0 ppg, 2.2 apg, 1.5 rpg

Height: 5’7"

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High School: Paint Branch

Hometown: Burtonsville, Md.

How'd She Get to College Park?

Despite missing her senior year to a knee injury, Moseley enjoyed a legendary career at Paint Branch. She led the team to an undefeated championship season as a freshman, and in her junior year was named First Team All-Met. She was the No. 70 player in the 2011 class, and chose Maryland in part because it was close to home and she would be able to enjoy the support of friends and family; she also liked the academics and family atmosphere.

Career Highlight

Erupted for 26 points on 10-of-15 shooting against Towson in just her third career game on Nov.16, 2011.

Dream Season

Moseley wins the majority of the minutes at point guard this season, shining as the team’s primary ballhandler and a deadly three-point shooter.

2015-16 Prospectus

Lexie Brown was the team's point guard last year, but she goes to Duke now. In her place, several veterans look to share minutes, Moseley included. While she backed up Chloe Pavlech in the season-opening scrimmage against Goldey-Beacom, Moseley played more minutes than her fellow senior and led the Terps with 15 second-half points.

There's a chance she establishes herself as the primary point guard some time this season, but even if she doesn't, she'll surely have an impact.

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