Moore Named Sysco Student Athlete of the Week

Dec. 3, 2012


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Ki-Ki Moore

Junior
San Francisco, Calif.
Women's Basketball


Ki-Ki Moore led Fresno State to a 2-1 record last week which included a win over Pac-12 school Washington State. She averaged 17.0 points and six rebound in the three games and had 10 assists and 11 steals. In the loss at Pacific, Moore paced the Bulldogs with 20 points and she had seven rebounds. Then two days later, she and the Bulldogs bounced back from the road loss to hammer Washington State at home. Moore scored 27 points on 11-of-20 shooting against her former team, whom she played for as a freshman in 2009-10 before transferring to Fresno State. Her 27 points was one shy of her career-high and she had six rebounds, seven assists and six steals her superb performance. What made that Washington State game more impressive is the fact she nearly didn't play. Moore was battling the stomach flu and it wasn't until the final minutes prior to the game that it was decided she would play. In the win over UT Arlington, Moore had four points and five rebounds in limited action, as the Bulldogs beat the Mavericks by 25 points

Also Nominated:
Men's Basketball: Allen Huddleston
Swimming & Diving: Hannah Prigge

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Sysco Central California is proud to honor the Fresno State Athlete of the Week, just as we're proud to serve our local foodservice industry with integrity, trust and a commitment to a healthier community. Since 1938, Sysco has partnered with Central Valley businesses with the goal of helping them flourish and succeed - often keeping family businesses strong for generations. At the same time, we support the people and organizations that make Central California such a special place to call home, including Fresno State and the student athletes who share Sysco's passion for excellence.


 

 

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