Ryan Lawrence Joins Oregon State Men’s Basketball Staff

CORVALLIS – Ryan Lawrence has joined the Oregon State men’s basketball program as the director of basketball operations, head coach Wayne Tinkle announced on Thursday.

“We’re very excited to be adding Ryan to our staff,” Tinkle said. “Having worked with him the past several years, we knew he was the perfect fit for what we were looking for in our director of basketball operations. He’s knowledgeable, motivated, experienced and a true team player. He’ll be a tremendous addition to our program.”

Lawrence has spent the last four years working at Oregon State as the athletics equipment coordinator for the men’s basketball, women’s basketball and football programs. He was with the Beavers’ basketball team during the run to the 2021 Pac-12 Tournament championship and the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight.

“Having worked closely with the program as an athletics equipment coordinator, I am humbled and honored to join Coach Tinkle’s staff,” Lawrence said. “Coach Tinkle, his staff and student-athletes took the program to unprecedented heights last season, and I am excited to help the program build on the Pac-12 Tournament title and Elite Eight in the years to come.”

A native of Lacey, Wash., Lawrence began his professional career in 2008 as the assistant director of equipment operations at the United State Naval Academy. During his 13 months in Annapolis, he projected and presented budget requirements and worked closely with the men’s basketball, women’s basketball and women’s tennis programs.

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Lawrence worked at the University of Oklahoma from August 2009 through February 2017 as an assistant equipment manager. During that time, he coordinated the transportation of equipment to road games, planned the budget for long-term equipment needs, supervised student managers and graduate assistants, and handled the scheduling of practices and shootarounds for the women’s basketball program.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in sport management from Washington State University in 2008. While attending WSU, he was a student equipment manager for the athletic department and an operations intern with the women’s basketball program.

Lawrence was born on July 25, 1985 in Wurzburg, Germany. He and his wife, Megan, live in Corvallis and have a son, Carter, and daughter, Ellie.