For four athletes on the Nevada women's basketball team, the year was ripped away by season-ending injury
First conference weekly award for Moe
Moe's triple-double is the first in Nevada women's basketball history
Pack held its opposition to just 24 percent shooting
Third honor for Burns, first for Mungedi and Moe
Jane Albright, Danika Sharp, Terilyn Moe and Mimi Mungedi talk to the media following the Wolf Pack's win over Cal State Fullerton.
REDSHIRT JUNIOR (2016-17) – Mountain West Scholar-Athlete and part of the All-MW academic team … Played and started in 29 of 30 games, marking her first full season since her sophomore campaign in 2013-14 … Logged over 800 minutes on the floor to average 28.3 minutes per game … Played a career-best 43 minutes during the triple overtime win over Hawai’I (12/18) … Scored 223 points on the year, averaging 7.7 points per game … Reached the 700 point plateau for her career during the final game of the season after scoring 18 points in the Mountain West Tournament opening round contest against Fresno State (3/6) … Averaged 3.6 rebounds per game after pulling down 103 (22 off, 81 def) … Connected on 26.4 percent (51-of-193) from the field, 24.2 percent (16-of-66) from beyond the arc and 81.4 percent (105-of-129) from the free throw line, which ranked fourth in the conference … Scored in double figures in 10 games, including three of the last four … Registered a season-high 18 points three times throughout the year; vs. Long Beach State (11/11), against UC Irvine (12/1) and vs. Fresno State (3/6) … During the UC Irvine game (12/1) she hit a career-high four three-pointers … Dished out a career-high 112 assists on the year, ninth-most in program history … Her 3.9 assists per game ranked her seventh in the Mountain West … Produced one double digit game in assists on the year, in the home win over Air Force (2/15) with 10 … Finished the year with a positive assist/turnover ratio (112 assists, 97 turnovers) at 1.2 per game, ninth-best in the league … Ranks in the top five in career free throws made after 105 made free throws this season … Opened the season tying her career-high of 13 made free throws against Long Beach State (11/11) … Had at least one assist in all but two games … Letter winner.
REDSHIRT JUNIOR (2015-16) – Suffered a season-ending injury during the preseason … Received a medical redshirt.
JUNIOR (2014-15) – Played and started in four games before suffering a season-ending injury at San Francisco (11/25) … Named Mountain West Player of the Week (11/17) after recording the program’s first triple-double in the home opening win against UC Santa Barbara (11/14), totaling 19 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists … Was averaging 16.0 points per game and 6.3 rebounds per game prior to her injury … Scored 22 points on the road at #14/14 California (11/18).
SOPHOMORE (2013-14) – Academic All-Mountain West honoree … Appeared in all 31 games for Nevada, making 24 starts during her sophomore campaign … Logged 811 minutes on the court, averaging 26.2 minutes per game … Played a career-high 37 minutes at Utah (12/7) … Totaled 338 points on the year, averaging 10.9 points per game … Scored a career-best 23 points against Wake Forest (11/30) … Posted points in double figures in 15 games, including a string of eight games from 11/29-1/4 … grabbed 105 total rebounds (28 off, 77 def) to average 3.4 boards per game … Collected career-high seven rebounds twice, versus BYU (12/3) and at Wyoming (1/4) … Dished out 85 assists (second on the team), posted two blocks and 33 steals … recorded four steals during a 14-point performance at New Mexico (3/1) … Shot 32 percent (88-of-275) from the field, including her 6-of-11 game against Wake Forest (11/30) … Connected on 23 three-pointers and hit 77 percent (139-of-180) of her free throws, free throw percentage ranked 10th in the Mountain West … Her 139 made free throws ranks seventh in Nevada’s single-season record book … Registered nine perfect free throw games, including an 8-of-8 performance against BYU (12/3) … Dished out a career-best seven assists during the season opener at Utah Valley (11/8) … Collected at least one assist and one rebound in all but two games … Hit 10-of-11 free throws during a win against Wyoming (1/25) … Letter winner.
FRESHMAN (2012-13) – Played in 12 games before her season was cut short due to an injury ... Scored 20 points during her first collegiate game against Cal State Fullerton (11/9), shooting a perfect 13-of-13 from the free throw line ... Put together a string of 20 consecutive made free throws between the first two games of the season ... Logged a season high 22 minutes in the Nugget Classic championship game against Toledo (11/24) where she posted a season-high four assists and added 10 points … Totaled 75 points in her 12 games, averaging 6.3 points per game … Scored in double figures in four of those 12 games … Shot 22 percent (12-of-54) from the field, hit three three-point attempts, and knocked down 73 percent (48-of-66) of her foul shots … Dished out 15 assists, posted 18 steals … Pulled down 27 total rebounds (8 off, 19 def) to average 2.3 boards per game … Recorded season-best four steals versus South Florida (12/21) while adding 15 points … Letter winner.
HIGH SCHOOL – Attended Terra Nova High School in Pacifica, Calif. ... Earned four varsity letters in basketball and volleyball, and one in track & field as a thrower ... Named captain of basketball team from sophomore to senior years ... Led team to four consecutive conference championships ... Named four-time school MVP, four-time Peninsula Athletic League first team all-league, four-time all-bay area, three-time all-state ... Finished senior year with 20.7 points per game, 5.9 rebounds per game, and 4.7 assists per game ... Named 2012 PAL and CCS Player of the Year ... Terra Nova High School's career leader in points (2,352), assists (550), and steals (382) ... One of five Terra Nova athletes to have their jersey retired ... Named to the 2012 ESPN All-State team ... Won the 2012 senior-athlete award ... Played club basketball for the Mission Recreation Center Rebels in San Francisco, Calif. for coaches Oscar Jimenez, Eugene Clendinen, and Toni Russell.
PERSONAL – Daughter of Lynn and Tonia Moe ... Has three siblings, Jonathan, Branden, and Ryan ... First name is Terilyn, goes by T Moe or T … Earned her bachelor’s degree in human development and family … Working towards her master’s degree in educational leadership ... Enjoys watching cartoons, listening to music and hanging out with friends ... Was a member of a drug and mentorship group in high school where she helped offer peer counseling.