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Bernice Mosby #7 Forward

Bernice Mosby

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2007 Season: Played in 28 games…averaged 10.0 minutes…averaged 3.0, 2.8 rebounds, .4 assists, .3 steals per game…shot 48.4% from the field…had a career game against the Phoenix Mercury (6/20/07) setting career highs in points (13), rebounds (13), blocks (3) and minutes (31)…had a career high 3 assists in a game against the Connecticut Sun (6/26/07)…Ranks in numerous league categories…recorded 1st career double double with 13 points and 13 rebounds in game against Phoenix (6/20/07)…shot 82.1% from the free throw line

College: Senior: Honorable mention Associated Press All-America selection …first-team All-Big 12 and Big 12 Newcomer of the Year honors from the league's coaches ... Mid-year addition to Wade Trophy and John Wooden Award lists was one of 52 finalists for Kodak/WBCA All-America honors after earning first-team Region V recognition ... Also one of 16 2006-07 Wooden Award finalists ... Led Lady Bears in 11 statistical categories, including scoring (17.6 ppg) and rebounding (9.1 rpg) ... The fifth-year senior and former Florida standout forward had 30 double-figure scoring games in 34 Baylor starts, including 10 straight to open season ... Nationally, she ranked 46th in scoring and 50th in rebounding ... No. 3 in Big 12 in scoring, double-doubles (13) and rebounding, No. 4 in defensive rebounds (5.76 drpg), No. 5 in offensive rebounds (3.29 orpg), No. 6 in free throw percentage (.788) and No. 7 in blocks (1.50 bpg) ... In league games only, she finished No. 2 in scoring (18.0 ppg), No. 3 in rebounding (9.9 rpg) and double-doubles (eight), No. 4 in defensive rebounds (6.38 drpg), No. 5 in blocked shots (1.63 bpg) and offensive rebounds (3.50 orpg), No. 6 in minutes (35.8 mpg) and No. 11 in free throw percentage (.774) ... Her 51 blocks ranked No. 5 on Baylor's single-season chart, while her 13 double-doubles stood No. 9 on BU's single-season list ... Produced a team-high 16, 20-point games (Baylor was 12-4 in those games), including seven in Big 12 play ... In 12 games vs. ranked (AP) teams, Mosby averaged 20.9 points and 9.9 rebounds with six double-doubles ... Netted a season-high 29 points and 10 rebounds in 40 minutes vs. No. 25 Kansas State ...

Before Baylor: Spent two and a half seasons at the University of Florida ... Averaged a team-leading 15.5 points, 8.6 rebounds and 30.3 minutes a game before leaving the team in late March ... Voted 2004 Southeastern Conference Sixth Woman of the Year ... Named to the 2003 SEC All-Freshman team ... Member of the 2004 SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll ... Amassed 1,126 points and 625 rebounds at Florida ... Became the 18th Gator to score 1,000 career points when she topped the plateau on Jan 27, 2005 at Georgia ... Twice named SEC Player of the Week (Dec. 13, 2004 & Dec, 2002) ... Named second team all-SEC by coaches and media in 2005 ... Comes to the Lady Bears with 59 double-digit scoring efforts, 21 double-figure rebounding marks and 17 double-doubles to her credit ... Graduated in 2002 from Hernando High School where there was a different coach each of her final three seasons ... Finalist for the 2002 McDonald's All-American game ... Helped the Leopards post a 23-5 record her final year ... Ended her four-year career scoring a Hernando County-record 2,163 points ... Averaged 27.8 points, 13.2 rebounds and 3.2 blocks per games, while shooting 60.2 percent from the field ... Four-time GCAC All-Star team honoree ... Scored 779 points during her senior season, breaking her own school record of 599 ... 2002 3A first-team all-state ... 2002 all-county ... Consensus 2002 County Player of the Year ... Named the St. Petersburg Times All-Suncoast Girls Basketball Player of the Year as a senior and a junior ... 2001 adidas Top Ten Camp Upperclass All-Star, 2001 Street & Smith All-America honorable mention ... 4A All-State third team, Region Player of the Year, all-conference first team.

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Selected in the first round (6th overall) by the Washington Mystics in the WNBA Draft on April 4, 2007.