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Moses Ayegba
Moses Ayegba

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Kano, Nigeria

High School:
Progressive Christian (Md.)

Height / Weight:
6-9 / 247

Position:
C

Experience:
1


04/05/2014

Georgetown Men's Basketball Announcement

03/18/2014

Smith-Rivera's Double-Double Leads Georgetown Past West Virginia, 77-65

03/04/2014

Four in Double Figures as Georgetown Topples No. 13 Creighton, 75-63

The Hoyas shot 54 percent and advanced their cause as a bubble team for the NCAA tournament.

03/03/2014

Georgetown Hosts No. 13 Creighton on Tuesday Night for Senior Day

02/22/2014

Starks Scores 22, Georgetown Beats Xavier, 74-52

Starks led the Hoyas with a 22-point performance.

03/18/2014

Georgetown vs. West Virginia - NIT

Georgetown vs. West Virginia - NIT

03/04/2014

Georgetown vs. No. 13 Creighton - 3/4/14

USATSI Gallery, men's basketball

02/22/2014

Georgetown vs. Xavier - USATSI

Georgetown vs. Xavier - USATSI

02/16/2014

Georgetown at St. John's (USATSI)

Georgetown at St. John's (USATSI)

02/10/2014

Georgetown vs. Providence (USATSI)

Georgetown vs. Providence (USATSI)

Sophomore (2011-12): Sat out the season after undergoing surgery following an injury during the summer.

Freshman (2010-11): Appeared in six games during his first season on campus ... Averaged 1.7 points and 0.5 rebounds in just over four minutes per game ... Missed the first nine games of the season due to NCAA pre-enrollment rules ... Made his first appearance of the season against Appalachian State, scoring four points ... Scored a career-high six points against Loyola.

High School: Came to the United States in November 2009 ... Attended Progressive Christian Academy ... Played in the Derby Festival Classic in Kentucky ... Averaged 15 points, 16 rebounds and 12 blocks per game while at Progressive Christian.

Personal: The son of Josephine Adikou ... Lists the day he committed to Georgetown as the most thrilling moment in his athletic career ... Enjoys soccer, pool and charity works ... Lists his mother, his uncle, coach and God as the most influential people in his athletic career ... Plans to major in economics ... Hopes to play professionally and to become an international investor.

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