Hometown: Lexington, KY (Lafayette)
Position: G Playing Height: 6-3 Playing Weight: 180
Date of Birth: October 8, 1924
Date of Death: April 4, 1993
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Game by Game Statistics
Kentucky Career Notes:
Dismissed from team prior to junior season
Post-UK Career Notes:
Served in the Military
Obituary - Thomas R. Moseley Business Executive, Atlanta Constitution (April 5, 1993)
Thomas R. Moseley of Dunwoody, president of Radiant Chemical and an Army veteran of World War II, died of cancer Sunday at Northside Hospital. He was 68.
The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Roswell Funeral Home, with burial at Arlington Memorial Park.
Surviving are his wife, Doris Tye Moseley; a son, Marc R. Moseley of Roswell; a daughter, Marcia M. Daniels of Largo, Fla.; a brother, Wynn G. Moseley of Lexinton, Ky.; and two grand-children.
Obituary - 1943-44 UK Captain Dead of Cancer at 68, Bowling Green (KY) Park City Daily News (April 5, 1993)
ROSWELL, Ga. (AP) - Services will be Tuesday for Thomas Robards Moseley, captain of the 1943-44 University of Kentucky basketball team that finished third in the NIT tournament.
Moseley died Sunday of cancer at Northside Hospital in Atlanta. He was 68. Family members said he viewed the Kentucky-Michigan game Saturday night from his bed in the hospital's intensive care unit, and had been excited about Kentucky's appearance in the Final Four.
Moseley was also captain of the 1942 Lafayette High School state championship basketball team. After the Wildcats' third-place NIT finish under coach Adolph Rupp, Moseley went into the Army and served in Europe by the end of World War II.
He is survived by his wife, Doris Tye Moseley; one daughter, Marcia Moseley Daniels of Largo, Fla.; one son, Marc Robards Moseley of Roswell, Ga.; one brother, and two grandchildren.