Sophomore Mariah Annis returned to the Umpqua Community College wrestling lineup for the first time since late November and wrestled her way to the 123-pound title Saturday at the Oregon Wrestling Classic women’s tournament at the Deschutes County Fairground and Expo Center in Redmond.
COOS BAY — The Umpqua Community College men’s wrestling team split its National Junior College Athletics Association dual meets Saturday at Southwestern Oregon Community College.
WINCHESTER — With two returning regional placers and a breadth of talent in its incoming freshman class, the Umpqua Community College men’s wrestling team is on point to climb another rung or two on its regional ladder.
Umpqua Community College’s women’s wrestling team received yellow roses from the Roseburg Zonta Club for their leadership in non-traditional pursuits to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa — The Clackamas men won the team title Saturday in the National Junior College Athletic Association Championships at the Mid-America Center.
Umpqua Community College wrestlers are done after the first day of the NJCAA National Wrestling Championships in Council Bluffs, Iowa, on Friday.
ASHLAND — Umpqua Community College finished second at the NAIA Oregon Women’s State Championship at Southern Oregon University on Sunday, behind a winning performance from 116-pounder Mariah Annis (116).
WINCHESTER — One of the matchups during Saturday’s wrestling dual between Umpqua Community College and Highline College featured a pair of military men.
REDMOND — Mariah Annis and Jordyn White of Umpqua Community College finished sixth at the Oregon Classic College Women Open 2019 at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds & Expo Center.
Umpqua Community College’s men’s wrestling team had three second place finishes, three thirds and two fourths at Saturday’s Boxer Open at Stoller Athletic Center at Pacific University.
Umpqua Community College’s men’s wrestling team finished 11th at Saturday’s Menlo Open tournament, which was won by host Menlo College, in Atherton, California.
RENO — The Umpqua Community College men’s wrestling team faced some very stiff competition at the Reno Tournament of Champions on Thursday.