About Rosalyn Gold-Onwude
Pac-12 Networks Women's Basketball Analyst
Former Stanford standout Ros Gold-Onwude joins Pac-12 Networks as a women’s and men's basketball analyst. As a member of the Stanford women’s basketball team from 2005-2010, Gold-Onwude played in three Final Fours and two national championship games and helped the Cardinal to win four conference titles as starting guard. In her final season with Coach Tara VanDerveer, she was named the 2010 Pac-10 Co-Defensive Player of the Year and ended her Stanford career as the school’s all-time leader in games played. Following her days on the Farm, Ros was selected as a member of the Nigerian national basketball team, which advanced to the semi-finals of the Fiba-Africa Olympic Qualifier tournament in 2011. Now a full-time broadcaster, in addition to Pac-12 Networks, Gold-Onwude covers the NBA as the Golden State Warriors sideline reporter and also joins Comcast SportsNet's Sunday coverage of the San Francisco 49ers. She provides WNBA analysis covering the New York Liberty with MSG Networks and also provides color commentary for women's college basketball games for ESPN. A native of Queens, NY, Gold-Onwude earned a Bachelor degree in Communications, followed by a Masters degree in Sociology of Organizations, Business, and the Economy, both from Stanford.