Marshall And Moser Honored

March 15, 2012 12:00 AM

Marshall And Moser Honored
" Las Vegas – UNLV men’s basketball sophomore forward Mike Moser and junior guard Anthony Marshall have been named to the 2012 National Association of Basketball Coaches’ All-District 17 Teams, the organization announced Wednesday. Moser was selected to the first team, while Marshall is on the second team. San Diego State’s Jamaal Franklin, New Mexico’s Drew Gordon and Kendall Williams and San Diego State’s Chase Tapley were the other first-team members, while Wyoming’s Leonard Washington, TCU’s Hank Thorns, and Colorado State’s Wes Eikmeier and Dorian Green made up the rest of the second team "

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