Lou Moser

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Lou was abasketball official for 32 years–at every level from the Recreation Leagues to the NBA. In the NCAA, Moser worked eight conferences, had 10 conference finals, six quarter-finals, four
semi-finals and the 1981 finals played by Indiana and North Carolina. In addition to 1967- 1970 service in the NBA, he officiated in the Eastern League, the ABA and FBPR, including three finals in
the FBPR. Delaware’s IAABO Board made him an honorary life member in 1992, and presented an annual award in his name to the female player “who means the most to those around her”.



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