Women's Basketball Honors Team At Annual Banquet
Oregon State Ousted From Pac-12 Tournament By USC, 64-57
@OregonStateWBB's Pac-12 Tourney Journey Starts Thursday
Beavers' Upset Bid Of #19 CU Falls Just Short On Senior Day, 66-63
Beavers Close Out Regular-Season With #19 Colorado On Senior Day
JUNIOR (2011-12): Played in 22 games, averaging 11.2 minutes per contest ... Scored four points against Montana State (11/13) and five points on 2-of-3 shooting against Cal State Northridge (11/17) ... Tallied eight points on 3-of-4 shooting against Corban (12/16) ... Played 17 minutes at Washington State (2/9), with three assists, two rebounds and a pair of points ... Had a breakout performance at Washington (2/12) with a career-high 15 points in 15 minutes played on 5-of-7 shooting, including 4-of-6 from three-point range ... Hit three three-pointers at Utah (3/1) for nine points, adding two rebounds and two assists in 17 minutes played ... Hit a pair of threes against UC Davis (3/15) in the first round of the WNIT and totaled eight points ... Dished out a career-high four assists and had two steals in a career-high 19 minutes played against Saint Mary's (3/17) in the second round of the WNIT, scoring four points and blocking one shot ... Finished the season averaging 3.5 points per game and shooting 35.1 percent from the field.
LOWER COLUMBIA COLLEGE: Finished her career at Lower Columbia College as the all-time leading scorer with 915 points ... Led her team to a 40-16 overall record, 30-2 in the NWAACC West Region from 2009-11 ... Unanimous NWAACC West Region MVP, leading her team to a 16-0 NWAACC Conference finish as team captain ... Averaged 16.8 points, 5.9 assists and 5.6 rebounds per game ... Named All-Western Conference First Team as a freshman ... Also played softball, hitting .342 as a freshman with six home runs and 15 stolen bases ... Two-time All-Western Conference Second Team honoree.
RAINIER HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years in basketball at point guard under head coach Doug Knox ... All-time leading scorer in school history, averaging 19 points and six assists per game as a senior ... Led her team to a undefeated season (29-0) and a state title in 2008 and three league championships 2007-09 ...Two-time unanimous First Team All-State-Tournament ... Two-time First Team All-State honoree and Oregon 3A MVP in 2008 ... Three-time All-Lewis and Clark League First Team selection and two-time league MVP ... Also lettered four years at shortstop in softball under head coach Pat White, one year in soccer at forward, three years in volleyball at outside hitter and one year in football as place kicker ... Three-time All-League First Team honoree in softball, earning MVP honors as a senior and All-State First Team accolades, leading her team to three league titles 2007-09 ... Named All-League in volleyball in 2007 and boosting the team to a league title in 2008 ... All-League First Team in soccer in 2005 ... All-League Second Team kicker in 2008, kicking a 36-yard field goal and catching a 27 yard touchdown pass.
PERSONAL: Born in Longview, Wash. ... Daughter of Darren and Angela Schwegler ... Has two siblings, Daniel and Amanda ... Majoring in sociology ... Chose Oregon State because of the great people, nice school and it was close to home.
Points: 16 vs. Texas Tech (12/21/12)