Men’s basketball coach Rich Robles was born and raised in Susanville, California where he played basketball, baseball, and soccer in high school. As a freshman at Chico State University, Robles played basketball as a walk-on athlete.
He began his coaching career at Durham High, near Chico, while finishing his teaching credential. Robles ended up coaching high school teams for 18 years before moving on to the college ranks. Read More
Haley Webb is a two-year starter at the setter position for the UCC volleyball program. Her performance earned her NWAACC honorable mentions and a slot on the NWAACC tournament all-star team for the last two years. Read More
Jennifer Lakin is a Medical Imaging Technology program major who has started for two years on the UCC volleyball team. Lakin earned the second team all-tournament award and the all-academic award both years of college. Read More
Allahna Hartwick has played volleyball for two years at UCC as a middle blocker. She intends to major in kinesiology with an emphasis on exercise science. Hartwick signed her letter of intent to play this coming year at Warner-Pacific College in Portland, Oregon. Read More
Coach Lacey Pinard was born and raised in the Roseburg area. She started playing volleyball at 11 years of age. Early in her volleyball career, Pinard attended UCC volleyball camps and was inspired by the instructor, Cheryl Yoder. At Douglas High in Winston, Pinard lettered in volleyball, basketball and softball for three years. Read More
Coach Dave Stricklin was born in 1958. His father was a standout basketball player at Seattle University. After Stricklin’s father accepted a coaching job in Orange County, Stricklin grew up in Southern California. Read More
Coming into their game on Wednesday Feb. 13, the UCC Riverhawks men’s basketball team knew they needed nothing short of a miracle to make it to the NWAACC tournament. Needing to win their last four games to be in the mix for playoffs, the Riverhawks jumped out to an early 26-16 lead against the Linn-Benton Roadrunners. Read More
The UCC women’s basketball team entered the nest on the verge of making the NWAACC playoffs. With just four games left in the regular season schedule, the ‘Hawks needed a win against the LBCC Roadrunners. Read More
Reporter Rebecca Hallgrimson delivers insight to the low attendance of campus sporting events and it's impact on the athletes. Featuring interviews with athletic Director Cheryl Yoder and Basketball players Leilani Morris and Jeremy Smith. Watch the Video
The Riverhawk women (5-4 season, 15-7 overall) came into the nest hoping to end a three game losing streak against the SWOCC Lakers Wednesday, Feb. 6. With a missed three-point shot at the buzzer, those hopes were crushed.
The Riverhawks played their signature high tempo offense, and early in the game kept the game close. The Lakers’ small, quick lineup could not match up with the bigger Umpqua players in the post, but they played to their strengths as an outside shooting team. Read More
The Riverhawks men’s team (3-5 season, 6-14 overall) was in desperate need of a win Wednesday, Feb. 6.
After losing their last four games, the men looked to turn that streak around against the SWOCC Lakers.
The Riverhawks jumped out to an early 16-4 lead using a tight man-to-man defense, grabbing rebounds and taking clean shots. Then the Lakers went on a 12-2 run, but the effort was not enough to earn them the lead as the Hawks ended the first half ahead 35-34. Read More
The Riverhawk men came into the nest Wednesday night Jan. 23 with back to back wins looking to stretch the win streak against the third ranked team in the NWAACC southern conference. Read More
The lady Riverhawks suffered multiple setbacks Wednesday, Jan. 23 against the LCC Titans with a 75-53 loss, dropping their record to 4-2 in the NWAACC and 14-5 overall. Read More
The UCC women’s 2012 volleyball season came to its conclusion during a three day playoff series in Portland, Nov. 9, 10 and 11. The team finished with a record of 31-19, the best finishing record for UCC volleyball in 19 years. Read More