On the day, he was responsible for seven of Kean’s 15 points including a 28-yarder to open the game’s scoring in the first quarter and converting on his only extra point in the second quarter.
Moslavi currently ranks tied for fifth in the NJAC in kick scoring (4.0 points per game).
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