UCC actively participates in men’s basketball, women’s basketball, and women's volleyball. UCC is a member of the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC). Competition comes from community colleges in Oregon, Washington, and Northern California.
Anthony Steward, who played with the then UCC Timbermen Men's Basketball Team in the 1987-89 seasons under Coach Rod Snook, has been inducted into the NWAACC Hall of Fame. In the 1988-89 season, the Timbermen finished second in the NWAACC with 26 Wins and 5 Losses - a school record. In that season, Anthony Steward averaged 27 Points, 3 Rebounds, and 6 Assists per game. Congratulations Anthony!
Right: Anthony Steward with Cheryl Yoder and Rod Snook.
- The UCC Women's Basketball Team became 2013-14 Southern Region Champions and NWAACC Championship Tournament Finalists.
- UCC scholar athletes were recognized by NWAACC with a third place outstanding academic award.
- Dave Stricklin, the Women’s Basketball Coach, completed his 700th career win this year.
What we offer.
UCC offers a balanced mix of education and athletics in a nurturing environment. You can play sports, achieve your educational goals, and enjoy the pacific northwest in a way few can. The UCC campus is located along the North Umpqua River, a prime destination for outdoor enthusiast all year long.
Why play with us.
Many of our athletes receive scholarships and go on to play for four-year universities in Oregon and beyond. In a nutshell, we can help you achieve your education and athletic goals.
Cheryl Yoder- Contact
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David Stricklin - Contact
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