Renae Ross (Landram) was a multiple sport athlete for OC, starring on both the women’s basketball and volleyball teams. In high school at White River, Ross was the 1996 AA state player of the year, setting three state tournament records.
In her first collegiate season, Ross helped the Ranger Volleyball team to a third place finish in the North. She was named 1st Team All-North as a sophomore. She was good at volleyball, but shined on the basketball court.
The Ranger women’s basketball team finished second in the North Region during the1996-97 season and Ross (Landram) was named 2nd Team All-North Region.
The Ranger women also finished second in the North during the 1997-98 season. Ross was named MVP of the North Region. She averaged 20.5 points a game and 12.9 rebounds.
She went on to play at Cal State San Bernardino where fellow inductee Jill Bekar also played. Ross led the team in free throw percentage during both her junior and senior seasons.