The Mount Vernon Nazarene College men's basketball team has added another guard to its roster for the 2000-2001 season with the addition of Brad Moser.
Moser, 6-foot-3 native of Wadsworth, Ohio, is transferring to MVNC after playing his freshman season at Bethel (IN) College. As a senior at Wadsworth High School, Moser averaged 17.0 points, six rebounds, and four assists per game as he was named to the Suburban League First Team. He was also a Second Team All-District selection and received Special Mention on the Division I All-Ohio team. He was named the Medina County Athlete of the Year, and he was chosen as the Medina County All-Star Game Most Valuable Player.
"Brad will be a very versatile player for us," said MVNC head coach Scott Flemming. "He has the size and athleticism to play forward for us, and the ball-handling and shooting skills of a guard. He has the ability to make big plays when you need them. He definitely has the potential to be an outstanding player."
In addition to playing basketball, Moser was selected as a Division I All-Ohioan in soccer as a senior. He was also a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter.
"I chose to transfer to MVNC because I wanted to be in a Christian atmosphere," said Moser. "Every time I visited there, everyone was extremely friendly. I was also impressed with Coach Flemming and the strong basketball program that he has built. I feel that this is the place where I can grow athletically, academically, and spiritually."
The Cougars finished the 1999-2000 season with a 26-8 overall record marking the fourth straight season that the team has topped the 20-win mark. MVNC also advanced to the NAIA Division II National Tournament for the third year in a row.