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December 13, 2012

Former Claremore star leaves OSU

STILLWATER — Oklahoma State women's basketball player Jordan Schultz is leaving the Cowgirls.

The university announced Wednesday that the sophomore guard had left the team, citing personal reasons.

Coach Jim Littell played Schultz in all seven games this season.

Littell says he is disappointed Schultz is leaving but said he understands it is in her best interest to do so.

Schultz says she's grateful for the opportunity to play for the Cowgirls but said she needs to be with her family.

Schultz, Claremore's all-time leading scorer, was the Metro Lakes Conference's Player of the Year in March 2011.

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