Felicia Ragland

Felicia Ragland

Player Profile

Position:
Student Assistant Coach

Felicia Ragland returns to Oregon State as a student assistant coach after a stellar career for the Beavers from 1999-2002.

Ragland was the first Oregon State player selected in the WNBA draft when she was chosen in the 2002 second round by the Seattle Storm.

Ragland is currently enrolled in the College of Health and Human Performance while completing her degree in pre-health, promotion and education.

A list of her accomplishments at OSU follows:

* HONORS
2002 honorable mention Associated Press All-American
2002 District 8 Kodak All-American
2001-02 Preseason Street & Smith Honorable mention All-American
2001 Honorable mention Kodak All-American
2001 Honorable mention Associated Press All-American
2001 District 8 Kodak All-American
2001 Pacific-10 Conference Player of the Year
Three-time All-Pacific-10 Conference
Three-time Pac-10 Player of the Week
Invited to the 2001 USA Basketball World University Trials
2000 OSU Beaver Classic MVP
Invited to 2000 Jones Cup Trials

* OREGON STATE CAREER RANKINGS
1st in career 3-point field goals made (178)
1st in career 3-point field goal attempts (497)
1st in career games started (117)
Tied for 1st in career games played (118)
2nd in career field goal attempts (1,650)
3rd in career free throw percentage (.766)
4th in career steals (257)
4th in career free throws made (307)
5th in career free throw attempts (401)
5th in career scoring (1,803)
5th in career rebounding (739)
5th in career field goals made (659)
7th in career scoring average (15.3)
9th in career assists (264)

* OSU AS A SENIOR
1st in scoring (638)
1st in rebounds (212)
1st in steals (79)
1st in 3-point field goals (69)
1st in free throw percent. (.828)
2nd in assists (73)

* CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
Only the third player in OSU history to score 1,500 points (1,803) and pull down 600 rebounds (739)
117 consecutive appearances in the starting lineup
1,803 points
739 rebounds
257 steals
264 assists
18 career double-doubles
Scored 20+ points on 36 occasions
Scored 30+ points seven times
Helped Oregon State to back-to-back postseason appearances

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