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.
The women's basketball team is 10-2 and the men's basketball team is 7-6 in league play.
Congratulations to our Riverhawks athletes that made the NWAC All-Academic Team! Marcel Ortiz (4.0 GPA), Pilialoha Kailiawa (3.94 GPA), Michael Matteo (3.73 GPA), and Ashli Payne (3.4 GPA).
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Home Game Schedule
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Home Game Admission Prices
General Admission: $5
Seniors 62 yrs and over: $3
All Students w/ID: $1 (including high school students)
UCC Employees w/ID: FREE (bring in a guest free too!)
11 yrs and under: FREE
- 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.
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