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Maya Moore Statistics at University of Connecticut
Year G FG FGA PCT 3FG 3FGA PCT FT FTA PCT REB AVG A TO B S MIN PTS AVG
2007–08 38 275 506 0.543 73 174 0.420 55 74 0.743 290 7.6 116 80 59 63 1121 678 17.8
2008–09 39 284 545 0.521 90 226 0.398 96 123 0.780 348 8.9 127 61 59 76 1209 754 19.3
2009–10 39 279 542 0.515 80 192 0.417 98 124 0.790 325 8.3 150 75 40 82 1098 736 18.9
2010–11 38 333 636 0.524 68 177 0.384 134 159 0.843 313 8.2 151 85 46 89 1255 868 22.8
Totals 154 1171 2229 0.525 311 769 0.404 383 480 0.798 1276 8.3 544 301 204 310 4683 3036 19.7

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