PLAYER PROFILE

JOHNNY MOIR

STATISTICS & HISTORY

During the 1935-36 season, Johnny Moir led the Notre Dame to a 22–2–1 record and the NCAA National Championship. Moir was named the Helms Foundation College Player of the Year. Over the next two seasons, he led the team in scoring at 13.2 and 10.5 ppg, respectively, while also being named a consensus All-American selection in each of his three years playing for Notre Dame. After graduating from Notre Dame, Moir played  three seasons for the Akron Firestone Company.  in the National  Basketball League. In his first two seasons, the Firestones  he won two NBL championships in 1938-39 and 1939-40.  In 1941, Firestone dropped out of the NBL. Moir remained active in professional basketball for another five seasons with independent teams and a final-13 game stint in 1945-46 with Cleveland in the NBL.

 

JOHNNY MOIR Height: 6:02 Weight: 185 College: Notre Dame’38
John Wilson Moir Born: May 22, 1915 Died: Nov 14, 1975 Hometown: Niagara Falls, NY
REGULAR SEASON RECORD
Year Team League     GA  FGM  FTM   FTA  PCT.  AST  PTS AVG
1938-39 Akron Firestone NBL 23 78 26 182 7.9
1939-40 Akron Firestone NBL 27 59 47 165 6.1
1940-41 Akron Firestone NBL 24 59 35 153 6.4
1941-42 East Liverpool Fleetwings Indep
1941-42 Rochester Seagrams Indep
1942-43 Rochester Eber Segrams Indep
1942-43 Akron Collegians Indep
1943-44 Akron Collegians Indep
1945-46 Cleveland NBL 13 27 8 62 4.8
Major League Totals 87 223 116 562 6.5
PLAYOFF RECORD
Year Team League     GA  FGM  FTM   FTA  PCT.  AST  PTS AVG
1938-39 Akron Firestone NBL 5 18 8 44 8.8
1939-40 Akron Firestone NBL 7 31 16 78 11.1
1940-41 Akron Firestone NBL 2 5 2 12 6.0
1943-44 Akron Collegians WBT 1 4 5 6 .833 13 13.0
Major League Totals 15 58 31 147 9.8

 

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