Carolyn Moos
American basketball player
Carolyn Moos
Carolyn Moos is an American model, personal trainer, nutrition consultant and a former collegiate and professional basketball player. Moos won a gold medal playing for the US in the Junior Olympics traveling to Frankfurt, Slovakia, Brazil and Chetumal. She lived in France for a time where she played professional basketball after her completing her B.A. at Stanford. In the WNBA she played for four teams: the Phoenix Mercury, Miami Sol and the Minnesota Lynx.
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Jason Collins' ex-fiancée tells her side of the story - USA TODAY
Google News - over 3 years
Jason Collins' ex-fiancée tells her side of the story USA TODAY Carolyn Moos, the ex-fiancée of NBA player Jason Collins, says she had no idea her partner was gay until he told her the morning he came out to the world in a Sports Illustrated article. Moos is telling her side of the story in an upcoming piece in Cosmopolitan ... Jason Collins' ex-fiance, Carolyn Moos, breaks silence on phone call in which ...New York Daily News all 18 news articles »
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Man killed in car-moose crash in Ottawa - Toronto Sun
Google News - over 4 years
Sun News Network Man killed in car-moose crash in Ottawa Toronto Sun Related Stories. Moose mayhem at car lot · Car crash with deer kills cop, student. OTTAWA -- A rare moose sighting within city limits turned fatal for an 80-year-old driver who struck the animal on Hwy. 417 Wednesday evening. Paramedics, firefighters, police ... Driver killed in collision with moose on Hwy. 417 in east endOttawa Citizen Driver dead after car hits 1000-pound mooseCBC.ca Driver Dies, Passenger Hurt in Car-Moose Collision on Highway 417580 CFRA Radio all 8 news articles »
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Wilmette Social Worker, Psychologist Write Spirituality Book
Wilmette Patch - almost 5 years
After spending 25 years working with children and families as a clinical psychologist, Wilmette resident Antoinette Saunders felt she no longer had all the answers. “In my midlife, I became very interested in my own spirituality, and then I began studying it,” Saunders said. In 1988, Saunders enrolled in the Institute for Spiritual Companionship. She began working to share her experiences exploring feelings of forgiveness, compassion and gratitude with her patients at her home practice, and in 1998 she founded the Northbrook-based Transformations: the Institute for Psychological and Spiritual Development to help others discover ways to be spiritual outside of traditional religions. Stay up to date on the latest local news by signing up for our free morning newsletter. World Filled with Synchronicity Saunders believes that the world is filled with synchronicity, things and people that just showed up when they were needed. One of those people was Carol Moss, a fellow Wilme ...
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The Hall of Fame Career Of Tara VanDerveer - The 2000s - Stanford Athletics Official Site
Google News - over 5 years
The players who had gone through the past two lean years, players such as Bethany Donaphin, Carolyn Moos and Lindsey Yamasaki were joined by a young nucleus of talent that included highly-touted freshman Nicole Powell and Susan King
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NYTimes - almost 14 years
BASEBALL Major League Baseball MLB--Suspended Minnesota RHP Brad Radke five games and Tampa Bay LHP Nick Bierbrodt three games, and fined them undisclosed amounts, for hitting batters in an April 30 game; suspended Tampa Bay manager Lou Piniella and Minnesota coach Scott Ullger one game each, and fined them undisclosed amounts; and fined Tampa Bay
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NYTimes - over 14 years
BASEBALL Eastern League NEW BRITAIN ROCK CATS--Sent RHP Doug Silva to Fort Myers of the FSL. Received RHP Kevin Hodge from Fort Myers. Announced LHP Benj Sampson has been promoted to Edmonton of the PCL. Southern League CAROLINA MUDCATS--Announced RHP Robert Averette has been assigned by the Colorado Rockies. Atlantic League ATLANTIC CITY
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NYTimes - over 14 years
BASEBALL American League ANAHEIM ANGELS--Recalled RHP Matt Wise from Salt Lake of the PCL. Optioned RHP John Lackey to Salt Lake. BALTIMORE ORIOLES--Purchased the contract of LHP Yorkis Perez from Rochester of the International League. Optioned RHP Sean Douglass to Rochester. Transferred RHP Calvin Maduro from the 15- to the 60-day disabled list.
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NYTimes - over 14 years
BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND INDIANS--Activated CF Milton Bradley from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned OF Jolbert Cabrera to Buffalo of the International League. MINNESOTA TWINS--Activated 2B Luis Rivas from the 15-day disabled list. Designated INF Jay Canizaro for release or assignment. OAKLAND ATHLETICS--Activated OF David Justice from
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NYTimes - almost 15 years
BASEBALL American League TEXAS RANGERS--Released RHP Dan Miceli. National League CHICAGO CUBS--Placed C Todd Hundley on the 15-day disabled list. Activated 3B Bill Mueller from the 15-day disabled list. COLORADO ROCKIES--Designated RHP Mike James for assignment. Sent C Ben Petrick to Colorado Springs of the PCL. Recalled RHP Justin Speier from
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NYTimes - almost 16 years
BASEBALL American League TEXAS RANGERS--Signed RHP Nick Masset, LHP Arlington Murray, OF Jason Guy and RHP Nick Devenney. National League CINCINNATI REDS--Called up RHP Jim Brower from Louisville of the International League. FLORIDA MARLINS--Fired John Boles, manager. Named Tony Perez interim manager. LOS ANGELES DODGERS--Placed OF Gary Sheffield
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL; Meet Me in St. Louis
NYTimes - over 16 years
The Times's Frank Litsky picks the teams he thinks will make it to the Round of 16, and the team that will be eventual national champion. The Final Four is March 30 and April 1 in St. Louis. LAST TEAM STANDING Connecticut -- Last season, the Huskies' only loss was by 1 point to Tennessee. They made up for it by drubbing Tennessee by 19 points in
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL: WOMEN'S ROUNDUP; Pointer Gives the Knights A Big Lift in Second Half
NYTimes - about 17 years
Tasha Pointer had a career-high 13 assists and ignited a game-breaking 20-2 second-half run that led No. 11 Rutgers to its seventh straight victory, 65-45, over Seton Hall yesterday in East Rutherford, N.J. Center Tammy Sutton-Brown had a season-high 18 points for Rutgers (10-2, 3-0 Big East), which limited Seton Hall to 31 percent shooting from
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WOMEN'S TOURNAMENTS: EAST REGIONAL; Another Early Exit For Stanford in Upset
NYTimes - almost 18 years
Martina Tinklova made two free throws with 16.7 seconds to play last night and Maine won for the first time in five trips to the women's National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament, upsetting Stanford, 60-58, in the East Regional at Norfolk, Va. The 10th-seeded Black Bears (24-6) three times pulled ahead of the seventh-seeded Cardinal
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BASKETBALL: WOMEN'S COLLEGE ROUNDUP; La. Tech Wins in a Rout
NYTimes - about 18 years
LOUISIANA TECH 89, IOWA STATE 60 Monica Maxwell scored 18 points and Amanda Wilson added 16 as No. 2 Louisiana Tech beat No. 18 Iowa State, 89-60, last night in the first round of the Insight.com Classic women's basketball tournament in Tucson, Ariz. Wilson's inside game was complemented by Maxwell's outside shooting as the Lady Techsters (4-1)
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Carolyn Moos
    THIRTIES
  • 2009
    Moos was engaged to fellow Stanford alumnus and NBA basketball player Jason Collins, with whom she had an eight-year relationship. The wedding was cancelled in the summer of 2009 by Collins.
    More Details Hide Details In 2013, Collins came out as gay in a personal essay published in Sports Illustrated. Moos was unaware of Collins' sexual orientation until a few days before he publicly came out.
  • 2002
    In the 2002 WNBA season she played for the Miami Sol.
    More Details Hide Details Moos has played basketball abroad representing the USA in numerous countries such as France, Austria, Slovakia, Mexico and Brazil. She played for the USA team and won a gold medal at the Junior Olympics in Brazil.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1997
    Moos was named to the USA Basketball Women's Junior National Team when it was invited to the 1997 FIBA Junior World Championship (now called U19) held in Natal, Brazil.
    More Details Hide Details After beating Japan, the next game was against Australia, the defending champion. The USA team pulled out to a 13-point lead in the second half, but gave up the lead and lost the game 80–74. The USA rebounded with a close 92–88 victory over Cuba, helped by 23 points each from Maylana Martin and Lynn Pride. The USA then went on to beat previously unbeaten Russia. After winning the next two games, the USA faced Australia in the gold medal game. The USA team has a three-point lead late, but the Aussies hit a three-pointer with three seconds left in regulation to force overtime. Although the Aussies scored first, the USA team came back, then pulled into the lead and held on to win 78–74 to earn the gold, and the first medal for a USA team at a Junior World Championship. Moos averaged 2. points per game.
    She graduated from Blake School in 1997. Moos was named to the USA Basketball Women's Junior National Team (now called the U18 team). The team participated in the third Junior World Championship, held in Chetumal, Mexico in late August and early September 1996.
    More Details Hide Details The USA team won their early games easily, but lost by four points to the team from Brazil, ending up with the silver medal for the event.
    Moos was also one of the finalists for the Naismith National Player of the Year in 1997, some of which joined her on the USA Jr. Olympic team that won a gold in Brazil.
    More Details Hide Details She totaled 2,040 points and 1,360 rebounds in four years, while shooting 62.0% from the field. She also scored 50.0% from three-point range. As a senior, Moos averaged 19 points, nine rebounds, four assists and four blocks per game.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1978
    Born on May 23, 1978.
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