CORVALLIS — Oregon State women’s basketball coach Scott Rueck discusses his expectations for his team in the 2014-15 season.
CORVALLIS, Ore.– After an historic season, Oregon State women’s basketball coach Scott Rueck sits down for a one-on-one conversation with our Stephen Nelson. Rueck discusses the team’s run to OSU’s first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1996, and also looks toward the future for the Beavers.
Courtesy: OSU Sports Information SEATTLE, Wash.– Jamie Weisner scored 21 points and Gabriella Hanson added 16 but it wasn’t enough as Oregon State’s spectacular season came to an end in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Tuesday 78-69 to the Stanford Regional top-seeded South Carolina Gamecocks at Alaska Airlines Arena. The Beavers couldn’t overcome … Continue reading »
Oregon State head coach Scott Rueck: Oregon State guard Sydney Wiese: Oregon State guard Alyssa Martin: Oregon State guard Ali Gibson:
Oregon State head coach Scott Rueck: Oregon State guards Sydney Wiese and Ali Gibson:
Oregon State head coach Scott Rueck: Oregon State Alyssa Martin and Gabby Hanson: Courtesy: OSU Sports Information CORVALLIS, Ore.– In what has become common during the Beavers’ now eight-game win streak, the Oregon State women’s basketball team demolished yet another conference opponent, this time taking out Arizona, 78-48, in front of 4,631 in Gill Coliseum … Continue reading »
Oregon State head coach Scott Rueck: Oregon State guard Sydney Wiese: Oregon State guard Ali Gibson:
Courtesy: OSU Sports Information CORVALLIS, Ore. – In the midst of a winter storm which has handcuffed much of the region, it was the Oregon State women’s basketball team who put the shackles on Colorado in Gill Coliseum on Saturday afternoon, defeating the visiting Buffaloes 75-63. The win, the Beavers’ ninth in 10 home games, … Continue reading »
Courtesy: Oregon State Sports Information CORVALLIS, Ore. – Two days after having a career game against the Beavers’ arch rival, sophomore center Ruth Hamblin one-upped herself on Monday night in Gill Coliseum. The 6-foot-6 Canadian notched just the second triple-double in OSU history, scoring 23 points, grabbing 12 rebounds and blocking a school-record 10 shots to lead … Continue reading »
Corvallis, Ore. — Seven years after hitting one of the most memorable shots in Oregon State women’s basketball history, Mandy Close has returned to the Beavers, this time as an assistant coach. KEZI 9 Sports Reporter Stephen Nelson takes a closer look at Close’s return to Corvallis.