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@OregonWBB: RT @OregonPitCrew: Northwestern's asleep. Catch up & make @ElizBrenner an @SInow winner. Free gear if she wins! #iVoted 4 @ElizBrenner: htt?
Wed, 22 May 2013 05:43:11 +0000
@OregonWBB: RT @ElizBrenner: LAST DAY TO VOTE! please keep voting for me for sports illustrated college athlete of the year!! http://t.co/9pRgwObQUK
Wed, 22 May 2013 05:39:24 +0000
@OregonWBB: College Athlete of the Year - http://t.co/1MzU41vhmu http://t.co/zAkLjtzcNX
Wed, 22 May 2013 05:38:26 +0000
@OregonWBB: http://t.co/RFXUdfsub0 caught up with our own Jillian Alleyne (@SuperrJaay) at the U19 Trials http://t.co/x9yY5bTdes @usabasketball #GoDucks
Sun, 19 May 2013 22:45:00 +0000
Bianca Ziemann, who has accumulated four seasons of coaching experience at the collegiate and high school levels since playing professionally in Europe, is in her first season as an assistant coach with the University of Oregon women’s basketball program.
Ziemann was a four-year letterwinner at Loyola Marymount (2002-06), where she served as team captain her junior and senior seasons after helping lead the Lions to the West Coast Conference Championship and an NCAA tournament berth in 2004.
Upon the completion of her collegiate career, she played professionally in the Netherlands with Amazone Women’s Basketball during the 2006-07 season, with the starting point guard leading the team to a semifinal appearance in the Dutch Championships.
She returned to her alma mater last season as an assistant women’s basketball coach, aiding in the development of the team’s guard play in addition to all aspects of the school’s recruiting efforts. She also was responsible for the program’s community outreach, special events, clinics and summer camps, in addition to coordinating the team’s video exchange operations.
Prior to returning to Loyola Marymount, Ziemann spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Southern Utah (2009-11), coordinating all areas of recruiting for the Thunderbirds while contributing to on-court practices and game-day strategies. While in Cedar City, Utah, Ziemann mentored three all-conference selections and assisted with a program that posted 16 wins her final year - the most single-season victories in seven years.
Ziemann gained her start in the coaching ranks at the high school level, serving as an assistant coach for one season (2008-09) at Edison High School in Huntington Beach, Calif., with the Chargers claiming the Sunset League championship and a CIF runner-up finish before reaching the quarterfinals in the state playoffs. Ziemann tutored guards to three all-league selections, one second-team all-conference choice, and one league most valuable player honor.
During the final three months of her high school tenure, she also served as an assistant coach with the Swish Black basketball club team in Costa Mesa, Calif.
Ziemann earned her undergraduate degree from Loyola Marymount in business management, as well as a minor in economics, in May of 2006.