Sydney Moss scores an NCAA Division III record 63 points for Thomas More College

Sydney Moss, the daughter of former NFL wide receiver Randy Moss scored 63 points for Thomas More College in a 106-88 win over Waynesburg University in a Division III game yesterday. It is an NCAA record for single game scoring in the division.

Above is a video of the highlights of her stellar performance in a Presidents' Athletic Conference semifinal game which came from Thomas More's athletics website. Moss played for the University of Florida last season but transferred to Thomas More this year. The Saints are currently undefeated and are ranked #3 in the national polls for Division III women's basketball.

Today, they're currently playing Washington and Jefferson as we speak for the conference championship and they're winning big as well.

Congratulations to Sydney Moss for her scoring record.

For more on Moss' journey from the SEC to the DIII scoring record, check out our storystream about the process of getting her release from Florida.

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