|#33 Bernice Mosby
Bernice Mosby officially was dismissed from the team on March 23, 2005 voted 2004 Southeastern Conference Sixth Woman of the Year ... 2005 Second Team All-SEC selection by the coaches and media named to the 2003 SEC All-Freshman team ... member of the 2004 SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll ... 2002 and 2004 State Farm Classic MVP (UF home tournament) named to the 2004-05 Junkanoo Jam All-Tournament Team (The Bahamas) 2003-04 Boston University All-Tournament team two-time SEC Player of the Week in addition to taking classes during the 2004 Summer A and B sessions, trained and conditioned in Gainesville, focused on improving her shooting range 59 double-figure scoring efforts 21 double-figure rebounding marks 17 double-doubles 18th Gator to score 1,000 career points 1,124 career points ranked No. 16 all-time at UF.
Junior Year (2004-05) Removed from the team on February 25 and did not play the final four games of the season started all 25 games she played ... Second Team All-SEC selection by the coaches and media UF's leading scorer (15.5 points) and rebounder (8.6 per game) started all 25 games she played, averaging a team-best 30.3 minutes per contest became the 18th Gator to score 1,000 career points, when she topped the plateau on January 27 at Georgia, hitting the milestone with 5:28 remaining in the first half of her 77th game as a Gator, tying for eighth fastest to reach the mark collected her seventh double-double of the year with a 17-point, 16-rebound effort against Mississippi State (Feb. 13) UF's leading scorer in 11 games - most recently on Feb. 6 when she contributed 24 at Alabama (Feb. 6), with 17 of those coming in the final 7:35 of the game netted a season-high 28 points against Tennessee (Feb. 3) tallied her sixth double-double with a 17-point, 12 rebound effort at South Carolina (Jan. 16) her fourth double-double of the year was an impressive 20-point, 17 rebound effort in the thrilling double-overtime loss to Richmond (Dec. 21) recognized as the State Farm Classic MVP (Dec. 30), after totaling 36 points and 12 rebounds helping UF win its home event title named SEC Player of the Week on Dec. 13 after guiding UF to three victories and extending the Gator's winning streak to six, the longest win stretch in two-plus years under head coach Carolyn Peck during wins over Delaware State, Stetson and Oregon State, she averaged 20 points and 11 rebounds per game while contributing seven assists, three blocks and two steals and shooting a steady 54.8 percent (23-42) from the floor and hitting 73.7 percent (14-19) of her free throws hit a season-high 27 points in the win versus Stetson (Dec. 8) named to the Junkanoo Jam All-Tournament Team after logging two-game totals of 32 points and 16 rebounds and helping UF to a third-place finish preseason candidate for the Naismith Trophy, Preseason Street & Smith's Honorable Mention All-American and Preseason Second Team All-SEC (coaches team) tallied 20 double-figure scoring efforts (59 in career) nine double-figure rebounding marks (21 in career) seven double-doubles (17 in career).
Sophomore Year (2003-04) Voted 2004 Southeastern Conference Sixth Woman of the Year ... 2004 SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll ... first post player off the bench in every game ... averaged 24.8 minutes UF's second-leading scorer and rebounder and had second most double-doubles (4) top three-point shooter, by percentage (40.3%) in the SEC ranked 12th for rebounding and 14th for scoring scored in every game except the Ole Miss contest (Jan. 8), when she played just five minutes led UF in scoring seven times, including both NCAA Championship games ... team's leading rebounder eight times sparked UF in the first round of the NCAA Championship, netting a game-high 17 points along with seven rebounds and a 5-of-7 performance from the free throw line ... recorded an impressive 17 points with five rebounds in the SEC Tournament quarterfinal against Georgia (March 5) ... after not scoring on January 8 against Ole Miss, scored in double-figures in 14 of the last 16 games praised by Coach Peck following her 14-point, eight rebound performance on the road against No. 18 Auburn (Feb. 29), when she sparked UF's second-half comeback ... guided the Gators with 19 points in addition to eight rebounds in the upset over No. 19/15 Georgia (Feb. 26) ... had 18 points and six rebounds to help UF upset No. 11/9 Georgia (Jan. 18) in Athens became the 11th different Gator in history to score at least 30 points in a game, when she led UF with 31 points and 11 rebounds against George Washington (Dec. 22) began the season being named to the Boston University All-Tournament team after helping UF to the title and totaling 27 points and 21 rebounds 22 double-figure scoring games five double-figure rebounding games four double-doubles.
Freshman Year (2002-03) Started 23 of the 28 games she played ... one of four Gators who played in every game ... named to five-player SEC All-Freshman Team ... honorable mention for Womenscollegehoops.com national All-Freshman Team ... did not start against Vanderbilt (Feb. 23), ending a streak of 24 straight starting assignments ... the SEC's leading freshman rebounder (eighth overall) ... one of two Gators (Sarah Lowe) who scored in every game UF's leading scorer & second-leading rebounder ... also led UF in field goals attempts, field goals made, offensive rebounds, free throw attempts; ranked second for minutes played and blocked shots top Gator scorer in eight games and top rebounder 11 times ... scored an SEC-high 17 points with six rebounds at Alabama (Feb. 16) ... displayed several outstanding offensive moves against Auburn (Feb. 13), when she scored 11 points with eight rebounds in 30 minutes of action ... led UF with 14 points and 11 rebounds against LSU (Jan. 23), to post her sixth double-double of the season ... recorded team-highs of 12 points and eight rebounds against Tennessee (Jan. 19) ... tallied a double-double in her SEC debut, a 15-point, 11 rebound performance at Ole Miss (Jan. 9) ... selected SEC Player of the Week for her performance during the week of Dec. 23-29, when she was named tournament MVP of UF's State Farm Classic after totaling 28 points and 26 rebounds helping the Gators win the tourney title ... recorded 15 points and a career-high 18 rebounds against UMass (Dec. 28) never recorded a 3-pointer during her entire high school career, but nailed one in her collegiate debut, scoring a game-high 25 points with seven rebounds in the win over Lamar (Nov. 22) her first college points came from a layup with 5:59 remaining in the first half against Lamar a team-high 17 double-figure scoring games seven double-figure rebounding games six double-doubles.
High School Graduated in 2002 from Hernando High School, where there was a different coach each of her final three years ... finalist for the 2002 McDonalds All-American game helped the Leopards post a 23-5 record her final year, as HHS won the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference (GCAC) and 3A-6 District titles before falling one win shy of the state Final Four ended four-year career scoring a Hernando county-record 2,163 points her final season, averaged 27.8 points, 13.2 rebounds and 3.2 blocks per game, while shooting 60.2 percent from the field she scored a county-record 47 points during a 64-52 win over Lecanto HS on December 14, 2001 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, when she led HHS to the Class 4A regional final with a 23-4 record and averaged 22.7 points and 12.8 rebounds compiled in 2002 by the St. Petersburg Times after polling the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference coaches, rated Mosby the prep league's Best Clutch Shooter, Best Rebounder, Best Shot-Blocker, Best at Creating Shot, Best at Moving Without Ball, and Always in Position 2001 adidas Top Ten Camp Upperclass All-Star, 2001 Street & Smith All-America Honorable Mention, 2001 AAU 16U All-American, 4A All-State Third Team, Region Player of the Year, All-Conference First Team Leopards reached the state Final Four her freshman year with a 31-2 record also an honorable mention All-Suncoast performer in volleyball played for the AAU Clearwater Green Wave, which was coached by John East also considered LSU, Connecticut, Auburn and Florida State.
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