Jill Bekar came to play basketball at Olympic from Coquitlam, British Columbia where she led the team with 18.1 points, 14 rebounds, and 3 blocks per game. She was named All-Provincial All-Star her senior year.
She continued putting up those numbers as a Ranger. In one of her first games in the fall of 1995, Bekar scored 21 points on 10-16 shooting and had 14 rebounds. The Rangers finished 1st in the North and head coach Dave Sturgeon was named the North Region Coach of the Year. The team went on to finish 6thin the NWAACC championship tournament where Bekar was named 2nd team All-Tournament.
Bekar returned even stronger her sophomore season where she led the team in scoring (13.6 ppg), rebounding (9.3 rpg), and blocked shots (3.5 bpg). She also had the highest field goal (53%) and free throw (78.9%) shooting percentages on the team. For her efforts, Bekar was named the North Region MVP in 1997. The team finished second in the region and lost in the first round of playoffs.
Bekar went on to play Cal State San Bernardino where she was named First Team All-CCAA her junior year. She also played a year at the University of Calgary.