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At halftime, standing outside the Oregon State locker room with his assistant coaches, Scott Rueck looked at a boxscore and grimaced. We're 3 for 16 (from 3-point range) and still ahead by one, Rueck said. Rueck figured it could only get better, and
I happened upon quite a finish in women's basketball Saturday at Gill Coliseum. After covering Oregon's men's victory over Oregon State in Eugene, I drove to Corvallis to see what I could catch of the women's Civil War game...But the Beavers scored
In between classes this week on a rainy day at Oregon State, Anna Marchbanks arrived at Gill Coliseum for an interview in good spirits. The rainy weather causes "my hair to go into a fro," and the women's basketball team (8-16 overall, 1-12 Pac-10)
The Beavers are off to a 7-6 start this season, led by new coach Scott Rueck and guard Sage Indendi, who had teamed up to lead George Fox to a Division III national championship two years ago...The story full of turmoil and confusion is a tale Sage
The most obvious change for the Bruins will be in the leadership department. With the departure of long-time coach Scott Rueck for the women's basketball position at his alma mater, Oregon State University, the entire coaching staff is new.
It was a standard question for a press conference introducing a new coach. Someone wanted to know what new Oregon State women's basketball coach Scott Rueck would tell his team after he sat down and talked to them. Rueck, who in 14 seasons at George
Oregon State formally introduced George Fox womens basketball coach Scott Rueck as their new coach at a press conference Thursday at Reser Stadium. Rueck, who attended Oregon State, said the job was a perfect fit and one hes been waiting for ever