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Carol Menken-Schaudt

Carol Menken-Schaudt - Basketball

Carol Menken-Schaudt from Jefferson, Oregon arrived at Oregon State University, via Linn-Benton Community College, with no fanfare, but became one of the greatest players in Oregon Basketball history. In the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, as the starting center she led the U.S. team to Gold Medal. At OSU she was selected as the MVP in 1979 and 1980.0In 1981, she was the national college leader in field goal percentage (.750) and fourth in scoring (29.6 average). She leads the OSU career record book in free throws made (333), free throws attempted (551), field goals made (955). Field goal percentage (.692), rebounds (901), career scoring average (27.7), and total points (2243). Carol and her husband Ken live in Corvallis.