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UCC confidently goes into second half of season defeating SU

The Umpqua Community College women’s volleyball team defeated Simpson University in convincing fashion Monday, Oct. 17, 26-28, 25-17, 25-16, 25-16 at the Riverhawks Nest in Roseburg, Oregon. With the win, UCC moved their overall record to 20-17 and continue their season with confidence as UCC has multiple conference games coming in the near future. The… Keep Reading

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Riverhawks win final games

Both the UCC Riverhawks men’s and women’s basketball teams won their final home games against Clark College on Saturday, Feb. 27. The men’s team defeated Clark (12-3) with a final score of 84-79, while the women bested Clark (9-6) by a score of 79-64. Keep Reading

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Sports

Riverhawks fly past Linn-Benton Roadrunners

Sawyer Kluge scored 24 points on 9 of 17 shooting for the Jan. 13 game against Linn-Benton. She also racked up 6 rebounds and 1 assist. Anna Mumm contributed 18 points, also on 9 of 17 shooting, while also getting 11 rebounds and 4 assists. Guard Maddy Pape nearly accomplished a triple-double, scoring 13 points,… Keep Reading

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Health/Sports

Winter fun in the Oregon mountains

UCC’s ski/snowboard class was canceled in previous years due to lack of snow, but with record snowfall nearly in our backyard, now might be the time to dust off your boards or skis and smash some gnarly powder. Willamette Pass offers different packages including group packages. Students interested in starting a UCC ski club or… Keep Reading

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Sports

Last Game Of The 2015 Volleyball Season

The women’s volleyball team ended up their season in the red with a young team that included only two sophomores under coach Lacy Pinard. The team played 28 games including tournaments in Des Moines, Washington, in Everett, Washington and in Gresham, Oregon. Keep Reading

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Campus Life/Sports

Campus Clubs Offer Students Connections

On-campus clubs are beginning to gather again, providing an environment for students with common interests to connect, share, and support one another. The focus is on having fun, meeting new friends and getting involved in the local community. According to Amy Baker, a therapist and head of the Trauma Support center at UCC, bringing people… Keep Reading

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