UMES picks up first ever victory over the Mount
UMES picks up first win of the season
VCU's hot shooting downs UMES
Udoji records second consecutive double-double
Five Hawks in double-figures
UMES Women's Basketball versus Wilmington (DE) University at the Hytche Center (Photos by Joey Gardner)
UMES Hawks volleyball wins, men's and women's basketball kick off 2014-15 season (Photos by Joey Gardner)
Photos from 2014 UMES Street Sweep featuring student-athletes
UMES Women's Basketball versus Norfolk State University in the MEAC Tournament in Norfolk, Va. (Photos by Mark Sutton)
Batchelor on Subritzky: "Moy brings unique intangibles to the table. She fits into our offense and gives whatever the team needs."
High School/Club: Played netball, volleyball, and basketball ... Three seasons selected to the New Zealand National Tournament Team ... Won back-to-back New Zealand H.S. Nationals ... Made ESPN Top 50 H.S. at Thomasville Preparatory Academy ... Made High Academic Honor Role twice (2011 & 2012).
Personal: Nickname is Moe ... Born January 7, 1993 in Auckland, New Zealand ... Daughter of Rina and John Subritzky ... Has three brothers, Ivan, Raymond, and Witana ... Major is General Studies ... Plans to pursue her career and travel ... Best advice/favorite saying received is, "I hated every minute of training, but I said, `Don't quit, suffer now and live the rest of your life a champion.'" - Muhammad Ali ... Hobbies outside of sports are shopping, baking, and going to the beach ... Favorite movie is Coach Carter ... Personal best sport moment is winning back-to-back H.S. Nationals ... Most influential person(s) is her parents because they encourage her to follow her dreams ... Personal best non-athletic accomplishment is earning a medal for completing the Young Women's Professional Program ... Personal athletic goals for the season is finding a role to support the team ... Personal athletic goals before graduation is winning a Mid-Eastern Atlantic Conference (MEAC ) Championship ... Moe is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS).