Moore was named the women's Academic All-American of the Year, adding to an already impressive résumé. She was a first team Academic All-American last year and is widely considered the top talent in women's college basketball, winning the award for national player of the year last season.
Kelsey Luna, senior, guard, Indiana State (Tier 4 in the U.S. News rankings of national universities)
5 foot 5
.925 free throw percentage
Luna proved to be perfect in the classroom in her four years at Indiana State, posting a 4.0 GPA. And she's nearly perfect at the charity stripe, sinking foul shots at a 92.5 percent clip, which leads the nation.
Erin Anthony, junior, forward, U.S. Military Academy (14th in the U.S. News rankings of liberal arts colleges)
6 foot 2
Major: civil engineering
As a sophomore, Anthony was named the Patriot League Scholar Athlete of the Year. She recently topped the 1,000-points mark for her career in West Point's quarterfinal loss to Holy Cross in the Patriot League tournament.
Angie Bjorklund, junior, forward/guard, University of Tennessee (106th in the U.S. News rankings of national universities)
.429 three-point percentage
Bjorklund finished in the top 20 in three-point field goal percentage this season and is third all-time in Volunteer history in three pointers made. She led the Southeastern Conference champions in scoring this year.
Liz Repella, junior, guard, West Virginia University (Tier 3 in the U.S. News rankings of national universities)
5 foot 11
Major: exercise physiology
Last year, Repella was named second team All-Big East as well as first team Academic All-District. This year, she led the Mountaineers in points per game and to an undefeated mark at home.
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