43 Mike Moser
- Position: Forward
- Year: JR
- Height: 6′8″
- Weight: 210 lbs
- Hometown: Portland, OR
- Previous School: UCLA
|11-12-12||Northern Arizona||W: 92-54||2||1-6||0-4||-||11||-||1||4||-|
|11-17-12||Jacksonville State||W: 77-58||19||6-12||1-3||6-7||10||-||1||4||5|
|11-24-12||Iowa State||W: 82-70||15||5-12||1-3||4-4||12||2||1||2||5|
|11-28-12||UC Irvine||W: 85-57||19||6-16||1-3||6-7||9||-||-||2||2|
|12-9-12||at California||W: 76-75||2||1-2||-||-||3||-||-||1||1|
|12-29-12||at North Carolina||L: 73-79||3||1-1||1-1||-||1||-||-||-||1|
|1-9-13||at New Mexico||L: 60-65||3||1-6||1-3||-||2||1||-||-||2|
|1-12-13||Air Force||W: 76-71||14||6-16||0-4||2-7||11||1||1||2||4|
|1-16-13||at San Diego State||W: 82-75||9||4-9||1-2||-||7||-||-||1||1|
|1-19-13||at Colorado State||L: 61-66||2||0-2||-||2-2||5||1||1||1||-|
|2-2-13||at Boise State||L: 72-77||3||1-1||1-1||-||3||-||1||-||2|
|2-6-13||at Fresno State||L: 55-64||0||0-3||0-1||-||6||1||1||2||3|
|2-9-13||New Mexico||W: 64-55||0||0-1||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|2-13-13||at Air Force||L: 56-71||4||2-3||0-1||-||4||1||1||1||-|
|2-16-13||San Diego State||W: 72-70||9||3-7||2-4||1-2||4||2||1||1||1|
|2-20-13||Colorado State||W: 61-59||2||0-1||-||2-2||1||1||-||1||1|
|2-23-13||at Wyoming||W: 65-42||11||5-10||-||1-1||7||-||-||2||4|
|3-2-13||at Nevada-Reno||W: 80-63||20||8-17||4-6||-||8||-||2||2||1|
|3-5-13||Boise State||W: 68-64||7||3-9||0-3||1-2||7||2||1||2||2|
|3-9-13||Fresno State||L: 52-61||11||4-13||1-6||2-2||9||-||2||1||-|
|3-13-13||Air Force||W: 72-56||9||3-8||1-2||2-3||10||2||2||1||2|
|3-15-13||at Colorado State||W: 75-65||4||1-7||0-1||2-2||3||2||-||-||2|
|3-16-13||at New Mexico||L: 56-63||0||0-4||0-2||-||5||-||-||1||1|
|Season Averages||7.2||36.8%||27.6%||77.1%||0.8 (Asst/TO)|
Bern’s take: Moser nearly jumped to the NBA after one season in Las Vegas. Now that he’s back expectations are for him to carry this team to heights unseen in the last 20 years. A first-team all-league pick who’s been mentioned as a potential All-American, Moser will be the focal point of opponents’ defensive schemes. His development from a stellar sophomore season and production in the second half of the season will be crucial.
Moser enters his third season with the Runnin' Rebel program in 2012-13 ... Transferred to UNLV from UCLA after the 2009-10 season and sat out the 2010-11 season as a redshirt ... Contemplated entering the 2012 NBA Draft, but decided to return to UNLV for his junior year ... Named a second team preseason All-American by Blue Ribbon and CBSSports.com ... Selected No. 6 in CBSSports.com's preseason (2012) list of the top 100 college basketball players in the country ... Selected to the five-member Preseason All-Mountain West Team.
Was Honorable Mention for AP All-America honors, becoming the 10th Runnin' Rebel in history to earn such a distinction and the first since Marcus Banks in 2003 ... A unanimous first-team All-MW pick, UNLV's first first-teamer since 2008 ... Also voted to the MW All-Defensive Team along with teammate Anthony Marshall ... Became UNLV's first MW Newcomer of the Year Award winner ... Was named to the 2012 All-MW Tournament team ... Named to the USBWA All-District VIII Team and was first team NABC All-District 17 ... Tied 1991 Wooden Award winner Larry Johnson's school record for most conference player of the week awards in a season with four ... One of 20 players named by the USBWA to the 2012 Oscar Robertson Trophy Midseason Watch List ... Was the only MW player named to The John R. Wooden Award Midseason Top 25 list by the Los Angeles Athletic Club ... One of only two players in the nation to have more than one game with at least 20 rebounds during the year ... His total of 369 rebounds ranked fourth in UNLV single-season history ... Was second in the league and tied for 21st in the nation with 15 double-double games ... Led his team in rebounding 25 times and in 12 of those games he was also UNLV's high scorer ... Played in every game, starting all but one, and ranked 10th in the nation in rebounding with 10.5 per game ... Led the team and was fifth in the conference in scoring with 14.0 points per game and was fourth in field-goal percentage at .450 ... Led the league with 68 steals and was also first in steals per game at 1.9 ... Was one of only two MW players to average a double-double in league games with averages of 13.7 points and 10.2 rebounds vs. MW foes ... The only one in league play to rank in the top eight in scoring, rebounding, field-goal percentage, steals and blocks ... Made a big first impression on Runnin' Rebel fans, hauling in 20 rebounds and scoring 16 points in his UNLV debut vs. Grand Canyon ... Poured in a career-high 34 points on 12-of-18 shooting in a double-overtime win at UC Santa Barbara ... That point total was the third-most by anyone in the MW during the year ... That was also one of 25 games reaching double digits in scoring ... His career-high 21 rebounds came in a win at Boise State ... The 21 rebounds were the most by a MW player during the year and the most for a Runnin' Rebel since 2005 ... Named ESPN.com's National Player of the Week on Nov. 28 after averaging a double-double while helping the Runnin' Rebels to a trio of wins, including an upset of then-No. 1 North Carolina in the championship game of the Las Vegas Invitational ... Moser opened the week with 14 points and eight rebounds in a win over Cal Poly, adding four steals, two blocked shots and one assist ... He followed that outing with 10 points and 13 rebounds in the Runnin' Rebels' triumph over USC ... His best performance of the week, however, came in the 90-80 victory over the Tar Heels, as he finished with 16 points, a game-high 18 rebounds and six assists in the historic victory ... That effort also earned Moser his second consecutive MW Player of the Week Award ... His first came on Nov. 21 after averaging a double-double in three wins over UNR, Canisius and Morgan State ... Against Morgan State, Moser scored 23 points, grabbed 17 rebounds and dished out a career-high six assists to go with five steals ... His third MW weekly award came on Jan. 30 after helping his team win two conference road games - both in overtime ... Moser averaged 22.5 points, 16.5 rebounds, 2.5 steals, 2.0 assists and 1.0 blocks per game in wins at Boise State and Air Force ... Moser's record-tying fourth MW honor came Feb. 13 after he helped UNLV to a win over No. 13/15 San Diego State in front of a sold-out crowd of 18,577 at the Thomas & Mack Center ... He scored a team-high 19 points and grabbed a game-high nine rebounds against the Aztecs, while also recording career highs with six steals and four blocks ... The six steals were a season high for a Runnin' Rebel but it was his last one that was most noteworthy as it led to Anthony Marshall's game-winning basket on a fast break with 37 seconds to play.
SOPHOMORE - REDSHIRT (2010-11)
Used the 2010-11 season as a redshirt year after transferring to UNLV from UCLA.
FRESHMAN (2009-10) - UCLA
Played as a true freshman in 2009-10 at UCLA ... Appeared in 15 of the team's 32 games ... Averaged 4.7 minutes played per game ... Played a season-high 12 minutes against Portland.
A 2009 graduate of Grant High School in Portland, Ore. ... Was a two-sport star and four-year letterman in basketball and track and field ... In basketball, earned first team All-6A Portland League and all-city honors all four years as well as first team all-state accolades his final three seasons ... A member of the 2008 Oregon state championship squad, his team turned in a 22-7 record ... His teams posted a mark of 76-32 (.704) during his four years and won the league title in each of his last three seasons with a combined league record of 26-5 ... Coached by Tony Broadous ... As a senior, he earned All-America honors and was named the state of Oregon's Mr. Basketball ... Posted averages of 28.3 points and 13 rebounds per game as a senior ... As a junior, he posted averages of 21.1 ppg and 12 rpg ... His sophomore year he averaged 20 points and 12 rebounds per game, while as a freshman he averaged 18 and 13 ... He left Grant as the school's all-time leading rebounder and was also an all-league high jumper in track and field ... Coming out of high school, he was rated the 39th player in the country and No. 7 small forward by Scout.com ... ESPN.com ranked him No. 55 overall and 13th among small forwards, while Rivals.com had him at 92nd overall, 17th among small forwards, and the No. 1 small forward in his state ... Played on the USA Junior National Select Team that competed in the 2009 Nike Hoop Summit in Portland ... USA lost to the World Select Team 97-89 ... Had four rebounds, two assists and a block in nine minutes off the bench in that game ... Also competed for Team USA at the Nike Global Challenge and played on the AAU team I-5 Elite.
Michael Alexander Moser was born Nov. 8, 1990, in Dallas, Texas ... Majoring in interdisciplinary studies ... The son of Jeanne Moser ... Has three brothers, Danny (26), Antonio (11) and David (10), and a sister, Catlin (29).