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Introducing 2018 Oregon State WBB commit Katie Mayhue

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5-foot-9 point guard Katie Mayhue grew up in Casper, Wyoming, but after she committed to Oregon State last May, her family decided to move to Albany, Oregon. Mayhue played for South Albany this past season.

Mayhue has been enjoying every bit of her Oregon State commitment.

"Everything is great with the commitment," Mayhue told BeaversEdge.com. "I wish I was a senior so I could go play for them and be a part of that great organization already. I talk to the coaches a few times a month."

Associate head coach Jonas Chatterton is Mayhue's lead recruiter from Oregon State. She also keeps in close contact with head coach Scott Rueck.

"He's an amazing person," she said about Rueck. "He's the reason I truly fell in love with Oregon State.

"To go to Oregon State, you don't just have to be a good ball player, but you have to have character. Scott praises on character in a player."

Mayhue and New Jersey post player Andrea Aquino are Rueck's two commitments for the class of 2018. The Beavers signed five-star forward Taya Corosdale, four-star point guard Aleah Goodman, and center Joanna Grymek in the class of 2017.

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