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Megan Moody
41   Megan Moody

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Frankston, Victoria, Australia

High School:
Frankston

Height:
6-2

Position:
Guard/Forward

Birthdate:
11/03/1983

Experience:
3L


TULSA -- A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter . . . has played in 88 games with 54 starts . . . career numbers include 8.0 (705) points, 3.5 (310) rebounds and 1.3 (118) assists per game . . . has 109 career three-pointers, which ranks fourth among TU's career leaders . . . her 95 career blocked shots rank third on the school's career charts . . . has scored in double figures in 34 career games.

JUNIOR (2004-05) -- Started 28 of 30 games and averaged 11.0 (332) points, 5.1 (152) rebounds, 2.2 (66) assists and 1.4 (43) blocks per game . . . reached double-digits in 17 games . . . nailed 49 three-point field goals, which ranks seventh on TU's single season list, while her 43 blocks rank sixth . . . chalked up 22 points and nailed 4-of-8 three-pointers vs. SMU (3-3-05) . . . finished with 16 points and four three-pointers at Hawaii (2-24-05) . . . notched her first career double-double with 12 points and a career-best 10 rebounds vs. Rice (2-12-05) . . . turned in a career-high 26 points and tied her career mark with five three-pointers vs. Hawaii (1-29-05) . . . tallied 16 points and six rebounds at Fresno State (1-22-05) . . . produced 19 points and five three-point field goals vs. Nevada (1-20-05) . . . hit 6-of-10 field goals, including three treys, and finished with 15 points vs. UTEP (1-8-05) . . . turned in 15 points, all in the second half, against Santa Clara . . . registered 20 points vs. UMKC . . . finished with 12 points and seven rebounds vs. Stephen F. Austin . . . had 10 points and three assists against Oklahoma . . . opened the season with 10 points vs. Texas-San Antonio.

SOPHOMORE (2003-04) -- Started 26 of 31 games and averaged 9.9 (308) points, 4.0 (125) rebounds, 1.5 (48) assists and 1.5 (45) blocked shots per game . . . posted 23 points and 10 field goals against Fresno State in the WAC Tournament quarterfinals (3/10) . . . scored 19 points at SMU (3/4) . . . named the WAC Player of the Week on March 1 . . . recorded five treys vs. San Jose State (2/28) . . . tallied 17 points vs. Hawaii (2/26) and Fresno State (1/24) nailed 5-of-6 three-pointers against Hawaii (1/29) . . . finished with four treys and 12 points against Nevada (1/22) . . . posted 17 points vs. Boise State (1/10) . . . registered a career-best six assists at UTEP (1/8) . . . finished with 12 points, three treys and seven rebounds against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi . . . posted 12 points, five rebounds and a career-best four steals, and also tied her single game mark with three assists against UMKC . . . registered 17 points, seven field goals, three three-pointers, three assists and five blocked shots vs. UAB . . . finished with 12 points, eight rebounds, three assists, two blocked shots and one steal against Oral Roberts . . . started and recorded 10 points, three rebounds, three assists, one blocked shot and one steal against Oklahoma State.

FRESHMAN (2002-03) -- Played in 27 games and averaged 2.4 (66) points and 1.2 (33) rebounds . . . registered 15 points, six field goals and three treys against Hawaii (3-12) . . . tallied nine points against No. 11 Arkansas . . . grabbed six boards vs. Manhattan.

HIGH SCHOOL -- Was a two-time member of the Victorian state team . . . also trained with the Melbourne Tigers National League team and was selected to the Knox Amateur Basketball Association's ABA team . . . played one season with the Knox Raiders and was a teammate of former Golden Hurricane standout Tammy Goyne . . . during the 2000 season, she led her club team, the Nunawading Spectres, to the Grand Final and finished as the Australian Basketball Association national runner-up . . . as a member of the U18 Victorian Metro State team, she led her club to a bronze medal at the Australian National Titles . . . guided her U16 Victorian State team to a silver medal at the Australian National Titles in 1998 and was one of 40 players selected to the Adidas ABC All-Star Basketball Camp . . . named the Junior Sports Star of the Year by The Leader Newspapers in 1998.

PERSONAL -- Majoring in exercise sport science . . . born Megan (pronounced Mee-gan) Janelle Moody on November 3, 1983 . . . one of three children of Michael and Mary-Ann Moody . . . named to the Dean's List as a freshman and was selected to the TU Athletic Director's Honor Roll as a sophomore and junior . . . a three-time member of the All-WAC Academic team.

Career Highs
Points - 26 vs. Hawaii (1-29-05)
Field Goals Made - 10 vs. Fresno State (3-10-04)
Three-Point FG's Made - 5 vs. four teams; most recently against Hawaii (1-29-05)
Free Throws Made - 5 vs. Santa Clara (12-21-04)
Rebounds - 10 vs. Rice (2-12-05)
Assists - 6 vs. UTEP (1-8-04)
Steals - 4 vs. UT-Pan American (12-28-03);
UMKC (12-21-03)
Blocks - 5 vs. UAB (12-5-03)

Moody's Career Statistics YEAR G-GS FG-FGA PCT 3PTS PCT FT-FTA PCT REB-AVG AST ST BLK PF-D PTS-AVG 2002-03 27-0 24-77 .312 14-50 .280 4-8 .500 33-1.2 4 3 7 7-0 66-2.4 2003-04 31-26 119-290 .410 46-144 .319 24-39 .615 125-4.0 48 23 45 85-3 308-9.9 2004-05 30-28 122-337 .362 49-180 .272 38-53 .717 152-5.1 66 24 43 60-2 331-11.0 Totals 88-54 265-704 .380 109-374 .291 66-100 .660 310-3.5 118 50 95 152 705-8.0