Simmons, Australia Claim Gold at University Games

CORVALLIS – Oregon State guard Jasmine Simmons helped Australia to a Gold Medal at the World University Games with an 80-72 win over the USA Wednesday afternoon in Napoli, Italy.

Simmons and the 11-player squad nicknamed the “Emerging Opals” went undefeated in six games at the event, including wins over Chinese-Taipei and Portugal in the knockout rounds. The guard played in five contests at the tournament, including Wednesday’s final.

The World University Games is the largest multi-sport event apart from the Olympic Games and features almost 10,000 athletes who are currently completing university studies competing across 18 disciplines. Simmons will join the likes of former Beavers Sydney Wiese and Ruth Hamblin, who competed in the event in 2015.

Jasmine Simmons has previously represented her country at the youth level, captaining the Australian U-17 team to a FIBA World Championship. The 2016-17 New South Wales Player of the Year has also represented the Aussies in 3×3 competitions.
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The guard is coming off her freshman campaign at Oregon State, a season that saw her play in 20 games. Simmons’ season was highlighted by a 11-point showing against La Salle on Dec. 1, as she went 5-for-9 from the floor in the contest.

As a team, the Beavers finished the 2018-19 season with a record of 26-8, one of the top-five records in program history. Oregon State made its fourth consecutive Sweet 16, and earned an NCAA Tournament berth for the sixth-straight year. The Beavers will return nine letters, including four starters, from last year’s team.