Sydney Moss: "You don't have to go D1 to make your dreams come true"

05/06/2016 11:30 AM

In April, Sydney Moss finished her college basketball career with two back-to-back undefeated National Championships and three National Player of the Year awards. She led the nation in scoring both her sophomore and junior years, and assist to turnover ratio in her senior season. Moss made a name for herself in the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area (as well as, across the country) for breaking records, unbelievable statistics and the ability to take over any game. Thomas More College will retire her No. 40 jersey next season, something almost unheard of in Division III athletics.

Moss is now preparing to take her game to the next level. She’s working out at Town & Country in Northern Kentucky in hopes to begin a career playing professionally overseas. Sydney took a break from her training to sit down with me and discuss her unique experience as a SEC Division I basketball player turned DIII 2x National Champ.

Kaci Kust

Kaci is a Production Specialist based out of the Northern Kentucky Spectrum News bureau. When she’s not working at the station she is covering high school sports, Bengals or EKU games for Sports Night, which airs weeknights at 6:30 and 10:30 on Spectrum News. She played basketball for Hope College in Michigan where she earned a degree in journalism. She says if she wasn’t covering athletics for a living, she’d still be up early checking scores and stats. You can get the latest on the Bengals, EKU or high school sports in Northern Kentucky by following Kaci on Twitter @Kacikust.


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