Men's Basketball - Mon, Jan. 24, 2011
Vic Moses earns Mid-South Conference Player of the Week, the third Tiger to do so this season.
The junior from Lexington moved up several more notches on the Georgetown men's basketball all-time scoring list. He started the season with 1,025 points and has tallied 316 thus far this season for 1,341 for his career.
He surpassed former Tiger great and the late Coach Jim Reid this past weekend as well as David Shee in a 92-74 win over West Virginia Tech, putting him at No. 27 with more than a year of eligibility remaining.
Moses averaged 22.5 points this past week in two wins as No. 9 Georgetown remained on top of the conference standings. The forward shot 82.6 percent from the field, 19-of-23, and also went 7-of-9 from the free throw line.
He leads the team in scoring, averaging 15 points per game and is seventh in the conference. His 64.6 percent from the field is top in the conference and fourth in the NAIA.
Eddie Gray has received this award twice this season and Maurice Pearson picked it up this past week to give GC back-to-back Players of the Week.
This is the third award in Moses' career and first of this season. He won the honor in back-to-back weeks a year ago.