Moses doing well on-and-off the court
Published 1:36 pm Thursday, February 2, 2017
Delgado Community College true freshman Tarralyn Moses had a very successful career at Varnado High School.
Now the 2016 Varnado High School graduate is continuing her success on and off the basketball court in the Crescent City.
Delgado women’s basketball coach Edward Fields had a lot of good things to say about the former Lady Kitten.
“She’s doing well,” Fields said. “She began in the starting lineup. I had to take her out of the starting lineup to help take some of the pressure off of her a little earlier in the season, but she’s back in and she should finish the year in the lineup. She’s a competitor. She’s got toughness to her.
“Offensively, she’s on the attack mode all of the time and I’d like for her to be in that same attack mode on the defensive end. Off the court, she’s a top of the term student-athlete (3.8 grade point average after last semester). She takes care of her business. If she has questions, she asks. She takes care of her books. She’s very conscientious about her grades. She’s very mature for an incoming freshman.”
Fields said last week that Moses is the team’s leading scorer at around 9.5 points per game.
Moses has seen her average go up in recent games.
In Delgado’s game, Saturday Jan. 21, Moses, who plays shooting guard, scored 34 points in a 61-58 victory over Faulkner State College.
The game before, she tallied 10 points in a 59-56 loss to Pearl River Community College.
In Tuesday’s 57-52 win over Baton Rouge Community College, Moses led the team with 22 points.