Hamblin, Scott Make Canada Roster for Pan Am Games

CORVALLIS – Former Oregon State standouts Ruth Hamblin and Jamie (Weisner) Scott will both represent Canada at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, Canada Basketball and the Canadian Olympic Committee announced Friday.

Currently ranked a program-high fifth in the FIBA World Ranking, Canada travels to Lima looking to defend their gold medal from the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto. Canada is in Group A for the Lima 2019 Pan American Games and will face Brazil (August 6), Paraguay (August 7) and Puerto Rico (August 8) in the preliminary round. Hamblin and Scott will be joined in Lima by current Beaver Mikayla Pivec, who will be representing the USA.

Hamblin earned recognition as Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year in her junior and senior seasons at Oregon State. The Academic All-American is the Pac-12’s record holder for career blocked shots, and ended her career 10th in NCAA history in that statistic. Hamblin also holds Oregon State’s career and single season records for rebounds, and is among the top-10 scorers in program history.

You might also be intercepted by a message generic tadalafil uk http://djpaulkom.tv/dj-paul-to-perform-at-the-2014-famous-stars-and-straps-sxsw-showcase/ asking you to do weight-lifting. Sperm banking will increase your chance of being able to father children. viagra stores in canada It’s a simple online cialis prices in australia shopping with deliveries all over the world and COD availability quite often. Q- Points to rememberAns- * Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the repeated inability to get or keep an buy cheapest cialis erection firm enough for sex.
Scott was named a WBCA All-American her senior year, as well as Pac-12 Player of the Year. The guard was a two-time All-Pac-12 honoree, and finished her career with 1,777 career points, the seventh best total in school history, and the No. 37 total in the history of the Pac-12. Scott is also among the top-10 in Pac-12 history in career 3-pointers.

Hamblin and Scott led the Beavers to a Final Four their senior season, and were selected with back-to-back picks in the second round of the 2016 WNBA Draft.