She was the 2nd player who wins Naismith award in the junior year.
Moore has career averages of 18 points, 6.2 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game in four seasons.
But last year, she averaged 23.9 points, 8.1 rebounds, 3.4 assists and shot 48.1 percent from the field.
Star forward who led the University of Connecticut to an undefeated season and NCAA Championship in 2009 and another Championship in 2010.
She was selected first overall in the WNBA Draft by the Minnesota Lynx in 2011 and helped lead the team to WNBA Championships in 20.
She has been a key piece of a Lynx team that won two of the past four league titles.
Since being taken first overall in the 2011 draft she has seen her numbers rise like clockwork. “Maya has a thirst to continue to get better,” coach Cheryl Reeve said. She is moving towards her prime, but she’s not there yet.” That’s saying something.And so, with Thursday’s announcement that she had signed a multiyear deal, the subject can switch to this question: Just how good can she be?Moore, who turns 26 on June 1, is the 2014 WNBA MVP.“We are thrilled that Maya will continue her career with the Minnesota Lynx,” said Roger Griffith, the team’s executive vice president.From very young age, she started to play this game.She began the season by scoring 30 or more points in the first four games — a league record — and finished with 12 games with 30 or more, including a career-high 48. “Success for me isn’t about winning the actual award,” Moore said.