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All Maya Moore Does Is Win

It’s one thing to borrow an oft-used cliche to call an athlete “a winner.” It’s another thing completely to live it, and few have done so quite like Maya Moore over the past decade.

Whether individual awards or team championships, Moore has won at every step of her basketball career. Each achievement is worthy of its own praise, but adding up the results is even more astounding:

Over the past nine seasons of her basketball career in the U.S.*, Maya Moore’s teams have won 428 games and lost 57.

How did she become her sport’s ultimate winner? As Moore leads the Minnesota Lynx into their fourth WNBA Finals in her five-year career, take a look back at how she got to this point.

*Note: Moore has also played — and won — in parts of four pro seasons overseas and competed in international tournaments.

Collins Hill High School (Ga.): 125-3

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University of Connecticut: 150-4

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Minnesota Lynx: 153-50

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Career Record: 428-57

 


Maya’s Trophy Case

High School

  • Three Georgia 5A Player of the Year awards (2005, ’06, ’07)
  • Three Georgia state championships (2005, ’06, ’07)
  • Two Naismith Prep Player of the Year awards (2006, ’07)
  • Miss Georgia Basketball (2007)
  • Four national AAU titles with the Georgia Metros

College

  • USBWA National Freshman of the Year (2008)
  • Two-time NCAA champion (2009, ’10)
  • NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player (2010)
  • Big East Player of the Year (2008, ’09, ’11)
  • Four-time Associated Press First-Team All-American (2008, ’09, ’10, ’11)
  • Capital One University Division Academic All-American of the Year (2010, ’11)
  • Big East Scholar Athlete of the Year (2010, ’11)

Click here for more on Moore’s UConn career

WNBA

  • Rookie of the Year (2011)
  • Two WNBA titles (2011, ’13)
  • Finals MVP (2013)
  • Two All-WNBA First Team selections (2013, ’14)
  • MVP (2014)
  • Scoring leader (2014)
  • Four All-Star selections (2011, ’13, ’14, ’15)
  • All-Star Game MVP (2015)

International

  • EuroLeague Women championship (2012)
  • Liga Femenina championship (Spain, 2012)
  • Olympic gold medal (2012)
  • Two FIBA Women’s World Cup gold medals (2010, ’14)
  • Three Women’s Chinese Basketball Association championships (2013, ’14, ’15)