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Wrapping Up The Basketball Season With A Look At The Record Book

With the 2011-12 college basketball season now complete, it's time to edit the record books. Thanks in part to the 37 game season, WSU players combined to set or tie four single season records and one career record. Reggie Moore led the way with two single season records. We'll start with team accomplishments and get to individual players after the jump.


  • The 2011-2012 team set the school record for most free throws made with 573. The previous record was 554 held by the 1992 team.
  • Ken Bone became the first second WSU coach to post a .500 or better season in each of his first three seasons.
Reggie Moore
  • Tied Taylor Rochestie for the single season record for minutes played with 1,223. Moore has now played 3,419 minutes, the seventh most since 1970.
  • Set the WSU single season assist record with 193. One more than Donminic Ellison posted in 1995. His 5.2 assists per game were the third highest season total.
  • Moore's 419 career assists are the sixth most in school history while his 4.4 APG average is the second highest career mark.
  • He is now 29th on the WSU career scoring list with 1027 points.
  • As it's been noted previously, Capers 135 career games played are a new WSU record.
  • Finished his career with 232 assists, the 17th most in WSU history.
  • Capers 82 career blocks were good for 18th most.
  • He also finished his career in 18th place on the WSU career rebound list.
  • Motum's 613 points were the fourth most in a single season.
  • It's been said before, but Motum became the third WSU player with 500+ points and 200+ rebounds in the same season.
  • Motum's 220 made field goals are tied for the fourth most in a single season.
  • His .462 3-point percentage is the third highest single season mark.
  • Set the WSU single season record for free throw percentage with his .894 mark. Taylor Rochestie previously held the record at .891.
  • Lacy finished in the top 10 in 14 different categories for WSU freshman. They include: points (6th), points per game (10th), field goals made (7th), field goals attempted (4th), 3-pointers made (3rd), 3-pointers attempted (1st), 3-point percentage (9th), free throws made (6th), free throws attempted (6th), free throw percentage (4th), assists (7th), assists per game (10th), steals (6th) and minutes played (3rd).