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10 Simone Ruedin

2012-13 - Sophomore

Ruedin played in 27 games and made two starts in her sophomore season as an Aggie.  She started the season opener against Loyola Marymount (11/12) where she played a season-high 21 minutes and had three steals.  Ruedin grabbed a season-high seven rebounds against Idaho (1/12).  Ruedin ended the season with 31 total rebounds, 17 points scored and 16 assists.

2011-12 – Freshman

Ruedin played in 28 games with nine starts at the guard position as a freshman. She scored a career high 13 points at Idaho on Feb.9. She corralled a career high of seven boards against Hawai’i on Feb. 16. Ruedin averaged 2.3 points, 1.4 rebounds in 17.8 minutes per game. She totaled 40 rebounds and 65 points and 35 assists on the year. Ruedin shot 29.8 percent from the field and 44.0 percent at the foul line. She concluded the year as a member of the Academic All-WAC Team.

High School

Ruedin is a 5-7 guard hailing from Victoria, Australia, where she most recently captained the Box Hill Secondary College team in 2010 at Mont Albert while averaging just over 10 points to go with five assists and four rebounds per game. She led Box Hill to the National Schools Championship in 2009. More recently, Ruedin was a rookie member of the Frankston Lady Blues of the South East Australian Basketball League (SEABL).

Ruedin earned 2010 Most Valuable Player honors in the McDonald's Cup championship game. Her squad also placed second at the state championships. In her final year she was named to the Dougherty Valley Winter Classic All-Star Team. Earlier in her career, Ruedin helped her squad claim the McDonald's Cup title as a sophomore. Outside of high school, she was selected for both the Under-16 and Under-18 Victoria Metro teams.


Ruedin was born Sept. 11, 1992 in Greensborough, Victoria, Australia. She is the daughter of Trevor and Debbie Ruedin. She is planning to major in biochemistry.

Position: Guard
Height: 5'8"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Eltham, Victoria, Australia
High School: Box Hill Secondary College
Experience: High School

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