Maya Moore Credit By Kurt Streeter. It led to a prison. She parked in front of the Jefferson City Correctional Center, a maximum-security penitentiary in rural central Missouri. She walked through its heavy front doors on this May morning and stood in line with two dozen people: the parents, children, grandchildren and friends of inmates.
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WNBA Star Maya Moore Marries Wrongfully Convicted Man She Helped Free from Prison
WNBA legend Maya Moore leaves basketball to fight prisoner's conviction
Maya Moore was born in Jefferson City, Missouri. Her full name is Maya April Moore. She started playing basketball at the age of three. She has two sisters: O. Dabney and Ashley Dabney. She does not have any brother. Talking about her education, she attended the Moreau Heights Elementary School as a child.
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WNBA star Maya Moore revealed Wednesday that she tied the knot with Jonathan Irons — a man she helped free from prison this year after a judge overturned his conviction. Moore, 31, said that she first met Irons through a prison ministry program when she was 18, and that their friendship gradually developed into romantic relationship. When Moore first met Irons, he had already been in prison for more than a decade on a year sentence. He was 16 when the crime he allegedly committed occurred, but was tried and convicted as an adult by an all-white jury for a burglary and nonfatal shooting at the home of Stanley Stotler, a year-old white homeowner in the St. Louis area.
Naming her their inaugural Performer of the Year in , Sports Illustrated called Moore the greatest winner in the history of women's basketball. She played forward for the UConn women's basketball team and won back to back national championships in and She was selected as the John Wooden Award winner in after leading Connecticut to an undefeated national championship. The following season, Moore led Connecticut to its second straight national championship and continued its overall undefeated streak at 78; in the —11 season, she led the Huskies in extending that streak to an NCAA both-gender record all divisions of That season, Moore became the first female basketball player to sign with Air Jordan.