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Jennifer Mossor

G

Height
5' 9"
CLASS
So.
Hometown
Orlando, Fla. (Orlando Colonial)
Experience
1L
School
#3 Sha Brooks

Major: Anthropology

 

Jennifer Mossor (MOSS-er) was a big guard and played a number of different positions during her collegiate career … missed the season-opening game in three of her four years due to injury … tore the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in her right knee during the game against Mississippi State (Jan. 8, 2009) and missed the last 16 games of the 2008-09 season after having started each of the first 16 games of the year; was UF’s fourth-leading scorer (9.1 ppg), had dished the third-most assists (37) at the time of her injury … spent the 2009 summer in Gainesville rehabilitating her knee … was a huge contributor off the bench during the 2007-08 season and emerged as UF’s fifth-leading scorer … committed to the Gators in July of 2004, as a sophomore

 

Career Numbers

Played in 93 games, starting 34 … totaled 555 career points (6.0 ppg), 191 rebounds (1.9 rpg), 160 assists (1.7 pg) and 1,771 minutes played (19.0 pg) … 17 career double-figure scoring games

 

Senior Year (2009-10)

Played in 22 of 32 games after sitting out the first nine because of injury and a 10th game overall to rest during her return to the court ... started four games (vs. Mississippi St. on Feb. 7, at LSU on Feb. 11, at Tennessee on Feb. 14, and vs. Alabama on Feb. 28) ... played double-figure minutes in 15 games and scored in 16 ... dished at least one assists in seven of the last eight games, including a career-high six in the SEC Tournament vs. Auburn (March 4) ... tied a then-career-high five assists for the second time this year, when she dished them out along with six points and three rebounds in the three-point win at Ole Miss (Jan. 31) ... collected a season-high five rebounds at Mississippi State (Jan. 17) ... tied her career high of five assists in the Jan. 14 game against Tennessee, also scoring 10 points ... scored a season-high 11 points against Georgia (Jan. 10), while seeing the most game action of the year in that game (24 minutes) ... topped the 500-career point plateau during the game at Georgia ... hit a big three-pointer in the double-overtime win against Auburn (Jan. 7), when she knocked down one from the right side with 2:34 remaining in regulation after the Tigers had closed to within two points ... her first points of the year came from beyond the three-point arc with 13:58 remaining in the game against High Point (Dec. 21), en route to scoring seven points in eight minutes of playing time, hitting 3-of-4 from the floor ... made her season debut on Dec. 20, when she played eight minutes against Southern U., entering the game with 7:15 remaining in the first half ... had been in the running for a starting position until she tore the lateral meniscus in her left knee during practice on Thu., Nov. 12, when she went up for a non-contact layup and suffered the injury … underwent surgery by team physician and orthopedist Dr. Mike Moser on Mon., Nov. 16 … marked the third time in her four years that she missed a season-opener because of injury ... two double-figure scoring games

 

Junior Year (2008-09)

Started the first 16 games before sustaining a season-ending knee injury … during those first 16 games of the year, the Gators raced out to a 15-1 record, the best 16-game mark in program history, as well as sported a program-long 15-game winning streak … one game after leading the Gators in their 74-56 win at Ohio University (Jan. 3), where she scored 19 points on 8-of-16 shooting, that including a 3-of-4 effort from long range, tore the ACL in her right knee with 12:38 remaining in the game against Mississippi State (Jan. 8) … underwent successful reconstructive surgery on Feb. 2, 2009, by Dr. Mike Moser, team orthopedist ... at the time of her injury, was UF’s fourth-leading scorer (9.1 ppg), had dished the third-most assists (37) and hit the third-most three-pointers (15) … at the end of the year ranked fourth for scoring average and assists ... converted her final 13 free throw attempts, which had been the longest active streak at the time her injury occurred … scored a career-high 22 points in UF’s season-opener at FGCU, marking the first time Mossor has been healthy enough to suit up for a Gator season-opener (collegiate debut was delayed two games because of a stress fracture in her left foot; missed the first six games of 2007-08 after she broke the pinky finger on her left hand on Oct. 27 and had surgery Oct. 30, 2007) … was team leader for assists in five games, in scoring twice and in rebounding once … six double-figure scoring games.

 

Sophomore Year (2007-08)

Played in 26 games, earning five starting assignments … did not play in the other seven games due to injury or illness … first guard off the bench … averaged 22.8 minutes per game … scored in every game she played except one … scored a team-high 14 points in the WNIT Second-Round win against Florida Gulf Coast (March 24), hitting 7-of-15 from the floor ... tallied 11 points and tied a season-high with five rebounds in 23 minutes of action against N.C. State in the WNIT Third Round game … UF’s fifth-leading scorer overall (215, 8.3 ppg) and fourth in SEC games (9.3 ppg) … sank 34.5 percent (29-84) of her shots from behind the three-point arc, the top percentage on the team … injury-riddled first-half of the season began when she broke the pinky finger on her left (non-shooting) hand during practice on Oct. 27 … underwent surgery on October 30 and had two pins inserted, missing the first six games as a result … released to practice for the first time on Nov. 27 and played 16 minutes against Jacksonville the following day, scoring six points with three rebounds … sidelined with an illness against Saint Louis (Dec. 22) … twice scored a career-high 20 points, first at Mississippi State (Feb. 10), when she canned 4-of-8 three-pointers, and again versus Arkansas (Feb. 17), hitting 8-of-14 from the field … carried the Gators to a huge Southeastern Conference road win at Arkansas (Jan. 20), scoring 19 points off the bench, while tying a career-high of five assists and grabbing a season-high five rebounds … played a career-high 34 minutes while scoring 17 points in the thrilling overtime victory against TCU (Dec. 16), sinking a 4-of-7 three-pointers … eight double-figure scoring games.

 

Freshman Year (2006-07)

Appeared in all except the first two games of the year, sitting out with an injury … started nine games, including the season finale and eight others midway through the season … dished the game-winning assist to Marshae Dotson with 54 seconds remaining in the 66-64 win at Alabama (Feb. 18), when she also contributed eight points, two assists and two steals in 17 minutes of play … rotated in as a point guard … scored a career-high 13 points in the win over Alabama State (Dec. 28) … suffered a deep laceration above her right eye in the final minutes of the Nov. 21 game at Florida State that required several stitches, but she didn’t miss any time as a result … collegiate debut was delayed two games because of a stress fracture in her left foot … made her first appearance of the year on Nov. 17 against No. 18 California, scoring eight points in 16 minutes of action ...  one double-figure scoring game.

 

High School

Graduated in June of 2006 from Orlando Colonial High School, where she was coached by Cindy Richardson and Mike Wilson … the Florida Sports Writers Association selected Mossor to their 2005-06 Class 6A All-State Second Team after being an honorable mention All-State honoree her junior year … averaged 15.4 points, 6.6 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 2.75 steals per game her final season with the Lady Grenadiers, when she was named for the second straight year to the 2006 All-Central Florida Girls Basketball First Team, as selected by the Orlando Sentinel … a 2006 McDonald’s High School All-American nominee, Mossor was named the Most Valuable Player of the 2006 North-South All-Star Classic as she collected 13 points, 8 assists, 6 rebounds … rated No. 9 by FloridaHoops.com listing of the top 40 state players in the class of 2006 … second-runner up for Florida Miss Basketball … averaged 18 points, eight rebounds and four assists for Colonial as a junior, when she also was named the Metro Conference Player of the Year … tallied seven 20-point games during her junior season with the Grenadiers, topping the 1,000-point plateau for her career … 2005 adidas Top Ten Camper … also a four-year starter for the Lady Grenadiers volleyball team, earning second team All-Central Florida honors her senior season.

 

 

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Year

GP-GS

Min/Avg

FG-FGA

Pct

3FG-FGA

3Pct

FT-FTA

Pct

OR-DR

TotR

R-Avg

PF-FO

Ast

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts/Avg

2006-07

29-9

513/17.7

39-142

.275

12-56

.214

32-59

.542

23-48

71

2.4

52-2

41

50

5

25

122/4.2

2007-08

26-5

592/22.8

78-192

.406

29-84

.345

30-46

.652

16-35

51

2.0

43-0

44

72

1

16

215/8.3

2008-09

16-16

355/22.2

52-127

.409

15-48

.313

26-32

.813

4-25

29

1.8

24-0

37

40

3

13

145/9.1

2009-10

22-4

311/14.1

28-93

.301

9-35

.257

8-15

.533

11-19

30

1.4

27-2

38

46

1

7

73/3.3

TOTAL

93-34

1771/19.0

197-554

.356

65-223

.291

96-152

.632

54-127

181

1.9

146-4

160

208

10

61

555/6.0

 

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(Conference-only statistics)

Year

GP-GS

Min/Avg

FG-FGA

Pct

3FG-FGA

3Pct

FT-FTA

Pct

OR-DR

TotR

R-Avg

PF-FO

Ast

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts/Avg

2006-07

14-4

232/16.6

13-53

.245

2-22

.091

11-19

.579

11-18

29

2.1

19-0

10

26

0

6

39/2.8

2007-08

14-4

345/24.6

48-119

.403

17-49

.347

17-24

.708

8-14

22

1.6

26-0

30

41

0

5

130/9.3

2008-09

1-1

13/13.0

1-6

.167

0-2

.000

0-0

.000

0-0

0

0.0

0-0

0

3

0

0

2/2.0

2009-10

16-4

230/14.4

21-69

.304

5-20

.250

6-12

.500

10-13

23

1.4

18-2

27

35

1

6

53/3.3

TOTAL

45-13

820/18.2

83-247

.336

24-93

.258

34-55

.618

29-45

74

1.6

63-2

67

105

1

17

224/5.0

 

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