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April 6, 2010 at 3:22 PM

Will UCLA’s Mike Moser transfer to Washington?

UCLA freshman Mike Moser (far right) became the 11th scholarship player in the Pac-10 who intends to transfer. The Bruins made the announcement Monday.
The Oregonian caught up with Moser’s high school coach, Gant High’sTony Broadous who said Moser has Washington and Washington State high on his wish list.
“A lot of major colleges were calling me since the middle of the season when they saw he wasn’t playing a whole lot,” Broadous told the Oregonian. “Schools have been contacting me, ‘If he’s not happy, if he decides to leave, please let us know, keep us in mind.'”
Moser, a 6-8 forward, averaged 0.6 points and 0.5 rebounds per game while appearing in 15 of the 32 contests without making a start during the 2009-10 season. He played in 70 minutes (4.7 minutes per game) while shooting 20.0 percent (4-for-20) from the field and 9.1 percent (1-for-11) from three-point range on the year.
“The way the season worked out for me this year, I feel it is necessary for me personally, to make a move somewhere else so I can play,” Moser said in a news release. “I have enjoyed my time here at UCLA and have built great relationships with my coaches and teammates.
“I’m going to stay in Division I and haven’t spoken to anyone at all about playing. I won’t rush into a decision. I’ll just wait and see what happens in the next few weeks.”
Moser is the third player to leave UCLA this season.
Another UCLA note: Freshman Brendan Lane will undergo surgery on his left ankle and is expected to miss approximately five months.

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