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Mosley To Be Inducted Into Howard County Hall of Fame
Jan. 5, 2012
BALTIMORE - Loyola University Maryland women's basketball assistant coach Alisha Mosley will be inducted into the Howard County Women's Athletics Hall of Fame, as announced by the organization on Jan. 4.
Mosley, who played her high school basketball at Mount Hebron in Ellicott City, is in her seventh year as an assistant coach with the Greyhounds.
A 1996 high school graduate, Mosley was a two-time Howard County Player of the Year and was one of the best guards to come out of Mount Hebron. She also was twice named to The Baltimore Sun All-Metro team.
She led the state of Maryland in scoring her senior season, averaging 28.4 points per game. That mark set a school record and helped her gain All-Maryland honors from USA Today.
Mosley went on to play her college basketball at Wake Forest, where she finished among the leaders in several statistical categories. At the time of her graduation, she was third on the Demon Deacons' all-time list in 3-pointers made, eighth in free throw percentage and 10th in assists.
The Women's Athletics Hall of Fame began in 1997. This year's induction will take place Feb. 4 at Mt. Hebron High School. The ceremony will begin at 6 p.m., following an alumnae basketball game, and precedes the River Hill-Mt. Hebron girls' varsity game, which starts at 7 p.m.