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Despite loss to Chemeketa, Riverhawks tournament bound

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The UCC men’s basketball team lost a closely contested game against the Chemeketa Storm 81-78 Wednesday, March 1 in Roseburg, Oregon. Although the Riverhawks couldn’t get the win against the Storm, UCC finished the season well enough to earn a share of the Southern Region Championship and an opportunity to play against the Bellevue Bulldogs…

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UCC women’s basketball earn perfect regional record, focused on NWAC Tournament

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The Umpqua Community College Riverhawks weathered the storm Wednesday, March 1 in Roseburg, by defeating the Chemeketa Storm 84-45. With the victory, UCC finished their season with a 27-2 record overall and claimed a perfect 16-0 regional record for the first time under head coach Dave Stricklin. UCC will now gear their attention towards Treasure…

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The madness is coming soon

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Staff share their March Madness picks March Madness. This college basketball regular season has had no shortage of surprises. There has been six different number one ranked teams this year. Competition throughout the country has been balanced, and no team can automatically be looked at and indisputably say they’re the best in the country. But…

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UCC men’s basketball falls just short to Clark 80-73

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    Center Jouvon Edison attempts the jump hook Wednesday, Feb. 22 on Pack the Gym night in Roseburg. corden drift/Mainstream

With hundreds of people in the stands, the UCC Riverhawks fell just short in a game that was competitive for the entirety of the match-up, and the Clark Penguins claimed the 80-73 victory Wednesday, Feb. 23 in Roseburg, Oregon. The Penguins came into the nest ready to play, forcing the Riverhawks into an early first…

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UCC women win 3rd title in 4 years, defeat Clark 78-41

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    Bria Thames helps lead UCC to their third title in four years. Corden Drift/Mainstream

UCC iced the Clark Penguins 78-41 Wednesday, Feb. 22 in Roseburg, Oregon. The Riverhawks added another accomplishment to their long list of achievements by earning their third regional championship in four years and extending their current win streak to 14 games. The UCC women look incredibly fun to watch, even in warmups. The Riverhawks have…

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Women soar over PCC

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The season for the UCC women’s basketball team continues to move in a positive direction with a win that didn’t come easy after a full 40-minute effort against the Portland Panthers Monday, Feb. 6, in Roseburg, Oregon. The Riverhawks defeated the Panthers 88-77 and continued their current win streak to nine games. UCC started slow…

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Who heals the healers?

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    Jordan Unicume, UCC paramedic student, and Roger Kennedy, UCC program adviser, are familiar with stress. Corden Drift / The Mainstream

The untold story of emergency responder stress The emotional toll suffered by people in medical professions is seldom told. Those out on the front lines and in the emergency room attempting to save family and friends are only human. TV shows like “House M.D.” and “Grey’s Anatomy” portray medically trained professionals as heroes who can…

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Men’s basketball defeat Lane Titans in dramatic fashion on home court

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The UCC men’s Riverhawk basketball team rode a two game win streak in Roseburg with their victory against Eugene’s Lane Community College, extending their current winning streak to three games by defeating the Titans 81-72 Wednesday, Jan. 18, at the Riverhawk nest. The men had a slow start, giving up an early lead to the…

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Riverhawks emerge victorious from the courts

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    Guard Ashley Backen and Forward Jordan Stotler lock in defensively against the Titans Corden Drift / The Mainstream

Women’s basketball obliterate Lane, 77-58 The women’s basketball team’s 2017 basketball season started off strong after defeating the 2016 Northwest Athletic Conference Champions Lane Titans, 77-58, Wednesday, Jan. 18 at the Riverhawk nest in Roseburg, Oregon. UCC entered the game ready for a clash with the Titans as both teams were fighting for the top…

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