Rosie Moult To Participate in Two Pro Combines
April 4, 2013
By Jason Clay
By Jason Clay
FRESNO, Calif. - Graduating senior Rosie Moult from the Fresno State women's basketball team has traveled to New Orleans for the 2013 Final Four to participate in two professional combines.
Moult, who flew out to New Orleans with Bulldog assistant coach Danyelle Snelgro, will participate in the 2013 New Orleans Women's Combine on April 4-5 and the ProHoops Combine on April 6, giving her the opportunity to be evaluated by scouts and coaches from WNBA and international teams.
"I'm really excited to be able to have this opportunity to train and play against great players and in front of scouts," Moult said. "My goal is to further my playing career after leaving Fresno State, so hopefully these camps give me the opportunity to do that."
Head coach Raegan Pebley was excited to see Moult get the chance to showcase her game in front of the professional scouts.
"This is a great opportunity that Rosie earned to get the chance to further her career, whether that be at the WNBA level or overseas," Pebley said.
The ProHoops Combine is run by former coaches Linda Hargrove and Jessie Kenlaw and is designed to bring the best Free Agent Camp to the WNBA coaches and general managers to showcase their talents before the draft.
The 2013 New Orleans Women's Combine will put Moult through some combine testing drills, a filmed individual workout and in practice and controlled games with the other combine participants.
Moult will get her chance at both combines to play with and against some of the top players in the nation that are also at the combines with the hope of playing professional basketball.
At Fresno State, Moult finished her career as the Bulldogs' all-time leader in steals with 275 and second-leading 3-pointer shooter in school history, having made 337 trey's.
She was a three-time All-Conference selection, drawing second-team honors as a sophomore and junior in the WAC and second-team honors as a senior in the Mountain West.
Moult helped lead the Bulldogs to 104 wins in her four seasons at the school and four trips to the NCAA Tournament. In leading Fresno State to the 2013 Reese's Mountain West Basketball Championship title as a senior, Moult ranked 13th in the NCAA with 3.04 made 3-pointers per game and 23rd nationally with 2.93 steals per game.
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