Original article (Robyne Bostick To Join Cowgirl Basketball Staff) on Oklahoma State University’s athletic website okstate.com.

Oklahoma State’s women’s basketball team has announced the addition of coaching veteran Robyne Bostick to its staff as the program’s director of player development it was announced today by Cowgirl head coach Jacie Hoyt.

“Coach Bostick has a tremendous amount of experience both as a player and coach that will translate directly to our players and their development,” Hoyt said. “She has a passion for molding young lives and I know she will pour everything she has into helping our players be at their best both on and off the floor.”

Bostick makes her way to Stillwater after serving as the associate head coach for Hoyt during their successful stint at Kansas City from 2017-22.

During the 2016-17 campaign, Bostick directed the Northern Arizona program as its interim head coach. Overall she worked as a member of the Lumberjacks’ staff from 2012-16.

Bostick worked on the staff at Long Island from 2002-04 after spending the 2001-02 campaign at Princeton as an assistant coach.

Additionally, she worked as an assistant coach at Air Force  from 1998-2001 after spending the 1997-98 season at Vanderbilt and 1996-97 working at James Madison.

From 2004 to 2006, Bostick worked as a morale, welfare and recreation supervisor on United States military bases in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

A member of the Philadelphia Big 5 Hall of Fame, Bostick enjoyed a productive playing career at Saint Joseph’s University. As a senior, she was the leading scorer and rebounder for the Hawks on her way to earning all-district and all-conference honors. She was inducted into the school’s women’s basketball hall of fame in 2000.

Bostick received her degree from Saint Joseph’s in 1993 in psychology before earning a master’s degree in sports and exercise science with an emphasis in sports administration from Northern Colorado in 2009.