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Men’s basketball adds William & Mary transfer

Maya Nair
New GW transfer and sophomore guard Trey Moss defends Max Edwards near the paint.

William & Mary transfer sophomore guard Trey Moss announced his commitment to GW on Thursday, according to his X, formerly known as Twitter.

The former Tribe guard averaged 13.5 points per game this past season, paired with 2.2 assists per game and 2.2 rebounds per game in his lone season at William & Mary. Moss’ transfer to GW marks his third school after the Orlando, Florida, native started his collegiate career at the University of South Florida in 2021.

Moss’ commitment marks the third addition to Head Coach Chris Caputo’s roster for the 2024-25 season. He joins Cornell senior forward Cole Hansen and Providence redshirt sophomore forward Rafael Castro who both committed last week. Moss will look to fill the role of departing guard Maximus Edwards as well as the ability to be a ball carrier. 

The Tribe finished 4-14 in Coastal Athletic Association play, concluding a 10-23 season overall in the 2023-24 season.

The 6’3” guard started 32 of the Tribe’s 33 games this past season and finished 13th in the CAA in minutes played with a total of 1,033 minutes. Moss finished 16th in the CAA in scoring, totaling 446 points on the season. 

Moss had his best offensive game against Drexel on Jan. 6, when he tallied 22 points on 10-18 from the field in the Tribe’s 77-55 loss to the Dragons.  

Moss recorded 11 points and four rebounds, shooting four-18 from the field in the Revs’ defeat of William & Mary in November with a score of 95-89. 

In his freshman season, Moss appeared in all of the Bulls’ 31 games, one of three players to do so that season. He averaged 1.2 points per game along with 1.0 assists and 1.0 rebounds. In his sophomore season at USF, Moss redshirted after eight games before transferring to William & Mary for the 2023-24 season.

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