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Moldoveanu Vlad

Country: Romania
Born: 11 February 1988
Height: 6 ft 9 in
Position: Power Forward

 

 

 

 


Skills & Abilities

» I speak three languages, fluently: Romanian, English and Italian.

» Over 18 years of basketball playing experience.

» Vast experience with the Romanian National Basketball Team.

» Vast cultural experience, having lived in The United States, Romania, Italy and France for extended periods of time.

» Strong understanding of how different cultures are structured, and their values.


Education

St. John’s College High School

August 2004 – May 2007

George Mason University

June 2007 – December 2008
Started classes towards my communication degree.

American University

January 2009 – May 2011
Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies
Major in International Media, Minor in History

FIBA
2017
FIBA Management Certificate


Work History & Exprience

Power Forward
St. John’s College High School
DC All-Metro First Team 2007
Nike Hoop Jamboree Camp participant in St. Louis, USA 2005
2 time Runner-Up in the WCAC
High-School All American Game Nominee
Scored 1012 points in 3 years of Varsity Basketball

Power Forward
George Mason University
June 2007 – December 2008
CAA Champion

Coach
Jim Larranaga Camp
June 2007 – June 2008
I was in charge of scouting kids, drafting them in order to get my team together and then coaching them against the other participants at the camp and other coaches.

Power Forward
American University
January 2009 – May 2011
Patriot League Champion
All Patriot League First Team (2010-2011)
6x Player of the Week in the Patriot League (2nd most all-time)
1x Oscar Robertson National Player of the Week
MVP of the Cable Car Classic in Santa Clara (December 2011)
College All Star Game participant, Houston, USA
1000+ points scored at American University

Power Forward
Romanian National Junior / Senior
Romania
June 2004 – Present
I was the captain and leader of the Romanian Junior teams at the European Championships Division B U14, U16, U18 & U20.
With the U18 team, we were able to win the European Championship Division B and qualify the team to Division A. I was named MVP and First-Team all-tournament.
Currently playing for the Senior National Team. I’ve led the team in scoring every year so far.
Leading Scorer of the World University Games in Shenzen, China. Romania finished 8th and it was the 2nd best place the country has ever finished in, for this competition.

Power Forward / Small Forward
Benetton Treviso, Italy
June 2011 – July 2012
I was the backup Power Forward and 6th man of the team for the whole season. The team finished 11th in the Italian League and was eliminated in the Last 16 round of the FIBA Eurocup.

Power Forward
St. Thomas Basket Le Havre, France
September 2012 – May 2013
Started all 30 games for STB in the 2012 – 2013 season. Top 25 scorer and rebounder in the French Pro A, 2nd leading scorer and 2nd rebounder on the STB roster. Team finished 11th in the Pro A.

Power Forward
BC Kalev / Cramo, Estonia
August 2013 – May 2014
Estonian Champion
Estonian Finals MVP
Estonian Regular Season Player of the Year
Bosman Player of the Year
1st Team All Estonia
Estonian Cup Runner-up
Team’s leading scorer in FIBA Eurocup
Team’s 2nd leading scorer in the VTB
Team’s leading scorer in the Estonian League
4th leading scorer in the Estonian League

Head Coach
Mike Brennan’s Elite Basketball Camp
June 27th 2014
Coached a team full of Division 1 Players in front of college coaches.
Team played 5 games at the camp.

Power Forward
PGE Turow, Poland
2014 – 2015
Polish Super Cup Winner
Polish Championship Runner-Up
FIBA Eurocup Eightfinalist
Euroleague participant

Power Forward
Stelmet Zielona Gora, Poland
2015 – 2016
Polish Super Cup Winner
Polish League Champion
Euroleague participant
Highest 3P FG% in Euroleague – On pace to break the Euroleague record for 3P FG% between shooters with more than 3 attempts

Power Forward
U-Banca Transilvania Cluj-Napoca, Romania
2016 – 2017
2016 Romanian Super Cup Winner
2017 Romanian Cup Winner
2017 Romanian League Champion
FIBA Europe Cup Top 32 Participant

Power Forward
Demir İnşaat Büyükçekmece Basketbol Takımı, Turkey
2017 – Present