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Lauren GreifLauren Greif

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School: LincolnGraduation Year: 2006

Year Inducted: 2017

Sports Played: Soccer, Basketball, Golf

Featured Member of the Month ~ January 2022

High School Honors: 4-year Basketball letterman. 1st Team All-PIL all 4 years; Player of the Year as a Junior and Senior. 1st Team All-State as a Junior and Senior. Lincoln’s all-time leading scorer; 2nd in PIL history. Leading scorer in the State as a Senior with 22.9 points per game.
3-year Soccer letterman. 1st Team All-PIL and All-State as a Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior.
4-year Golf letterman. Finished 27th in State Tournament as a Senior.

Post High School Career: Cal Berkeley, 4-year letterman and starter on the Basketball team. Currently ranked 3rd in career 3-point field goals made, 6th all-time in games played. Appeared in 3 NCAA tournaments; NIT Championship as a Senior. Twice named to PAC-10 All-Academic Team. Special Assistant/Video Coordinator for Stanford Women’s Basketball team for 5 years. Director of Client Experiences in the sports tech industry.


Sports—basketball, soccer, golf, or whatever was being played in the back yard—have had a critical role in my development. They have offered me amazing opportunities to meet a wide range of people, learn to compete hard, enjoy wins and deal with setbacks, travel throughout the US and internationally, and develop a career in sports. Sports have continued to play a vital part of my daily life and I continue to play basketball, golf, run, and try whatever adult league sports are offered in the city where I live. Through sports I have learned to be a very hard worker, a team player and to challenge myself to keep improving in whatever I do.

I would like to thank my parents, Elaine and Greg, my brother, Michael, and my many amazing coaches, especially Jeff Peeler at Lincoln, for encouraging me to play hard and follow my talents and passion. As a girl, I always was encouraged to compete hard, even with the boys, and I never felt that being a girl was a weakness or disadvantage, in sports or other parts of life. “Tee-off from the men’s tees”, “D him up hard”, and more. With those voices in my head, I never thought about being a girl in a boys’ sports world. So to all the girls playing with the boys…keep fighting and stay on the court!

I also would like to thank Lincoln, the PIL and OSAA for providing a great launching pad for me to college sports and beyond, both academically and athletically. It never gets old representing Oregon and the PIL!

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