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Lindsey Moore - Nebraska
Is a two-time finalist for the Nancy Lieberman Award (given to the nation's top Div. I point guard), along with fellow Draft prospects Alex Bentley, Skylar Diggins, and Angel Goodrich. A four-year starter and the best point guard in Nebraska history, she ranks atop NU's all-time leaderboard for consecutive starts (129) and total games started, having surpassed current WNBA player Kelsey Griffin for the top spot in the latter category, while logging more minutes of action than any woman in Nebraska history. Ranks second in school history in career assists, fourth in 3-pt. FGs, and in the top 10 in both total points and rebounds. 2012-13: As of the conclusion of the 2013 Big Ten Tournament was just 21 assists shy of the Huskers' career lead and ranked 11th in scoring. Finished among the top 10 players in the Big Ten in eight categories and, for the second straight year, earned All-Big Ten Second Team honors. Led conference in assist-to-turnover ratio and Huskers in FG percentage. 2011-12: One of eight finalists for Lieberman Award; led Nebraska to the second AP final top-25 ranking in school history, earning All-Big Ten Second Team acclaim after ranking second in conference in assists, fifth in steals, seventh in scoring. 2010-11: More than doubled her scoring average from her freshman campaign, and nearly doubled her rebounding total as well. Became first NU player in history to record a triple-double (vs. Florida A&M on Jan. 2, 2011). 2009-10: Was at the controls of the best team in Husker history, helping National POY finalist Griffin and NU to the Big 12 title and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament, and eventually to the Sweet 16. NOTES: Favorite player is Jason Kidd; celebrity crush is Paul Walker.