Moberly Greyhounds forward Sean Miller-Moore commits to OSU

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  1. Houndawg

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    In a release today by Alpha Media Radio (KWIX-KRES-KIRK-KTCM) in Moberly and online at www.centralmoinfo.com, Sean Miller-Moore, the Greyhounds high flying 6'5" forward from Toronto, Canada, becomes the second member from Moberly's NJCAA Sweet Sixteen team headed to the PAC-12. Miller-Moore has committed his talents to Corvallis, OR to play for Oregon State and Head Coach Wayne Tinkle. Sean follows teammate Alonzo Verge, Jr. out West, who signed earlier with their PAC-12 rival Arizona State.

    The Beavers are coming off of an 18-13 campaign in 2018-19 (10-8 in the PAC-12) including a regular season sweep of former Greyhounds Head Coach Dana Altman's Oregon Ducks, the Conference Tournament Champ and NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 Team. OSU did lose twice to regular season conference champion Washington and runner-up Arizona State, Verge's future team. The Beavers also had non-conference matchups against three Show-Me State Universities, losing to Mizzou (neutral court) and at St. Louis U in close games, while toppling Missouri State in Corvallis.

    After a freshman year in which he started 21 of 31 games, averaging 10.1 point and 6.5 rebounds per outing, Miller-Moore stepped up his game and teamed with Verge to become an inside-outside nightmare for opponents to contain in 2018-19. His sophomore year scoring average of 18.5 ranked second on the team and he was the team's leading rebounder at 7.9 per contest. Sean posted 10 double-doubles and failed only once in 35 games to tally double digits.

    Helping Moberly to a 28-7 record, Region 16 and District 4 Championships and automatic bid to the NJCAA National Tournament, Sean was voted All-Region 16 First Team. In his two seasons at Moberly, the future Beaver tossed in 14.5 ppg and grabbed 7.3 rpg, while hitting 59% of his FG attempts. During that period, the Hounds went 54-12, won 16 straight regular season games against region opponents and were undefeated Missouri Community College Athletic Conference (MCCAC) Champs in back to back seasons.
     
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    Oregon State is in Utah? :)
     
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    After further review: Oregon State University was, is, and expected to remain, in Oregon!! :eek::oops::rolleyes:o_O
     

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