Cascade Collegiate Conference

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Cascade Collegiate Conference
(CCC)
Cascade Collegiate Conference logo
Established 1988
Association NAIA
Members 10
Sports fielded 13 (men's: 6; women's: 7)
Region Northwestern United States
Region I of the NAIA
Headquarters La Grande, Oregon
Commissioner Robert Cashell (since 2012)
Website cascadeconference.org
Locations
Cascade Collegiate Conference locations

The Cascade Conference (or Cascade Collegiate Conference) is a college athletic conference affiliated with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Member schools are located in the Northwestern United States. Its teams compete in NAIA Division II for basketball competition. The conference's ten members compete in 13 sports. The current commissioner of the conference is Robert Cashell.

Member schools[edit]

Full members[edit]

Institution Location Founded Enrollment Nickname Joined
Concordia University–Portland Portland, Oregon 1905 3,111 Cavaliers 1988
Corban University Salem, Oregon 1935 1,160 Warriors 1988
Eastern Oregon University La Grande, Oregon 1929 3,743 Mountaineers 1988
The Evergreen State College Olympia, Washington 1967 4,509 Geoducks 1999
College of Idaho Caldwell, Idaho 1891 1,042 Coyotes 1988
Northwest University Kirkland, Washington 1934 1,280 Eagles 1997
Northwest Christian University Eugene, Oregon 1895 1,290 Beacons 2007
Oregon Institute of Technology Klamath Falls, Oregon 1947 3,927 Owls 1988
Southern Oregon University Ashland, Oregon 1882 6,744 Raiders 1988
Warner Pacific College Portland, Oregon 1937 1,333 Knights 1999

Future members[edit]

Institution Location Founded Enrollment Nickname Joins
Multnomah University Portland, Oregon 1936 860 Lions 2015
Walla Walla University College Place, Washington 1892 1,940 Wolves 2015

Future affiliate members[edit]

Institution Location Founded Enrollment Nickname Joins Sport Primary
Conference
Carroll College Helena, Montana 1909 1,502 Fighting Saints 2015 men's soccer;
women's soccer;
softball
Frontier
University of Great Falls Great Falls, Montana 1932 800 Argonauts 2015 men's soccer;
women's soccer;
softball
Frontier
Rocky Mountain College Billings, Montana 1878 894 Battlin' Bears 2015 men's soccer;
women's soccer
Frontier

Former members[edit]

Institution Location Founded Nickname Joined Left Current
Conference
Cascade College Portland, Oregon 1956 Thunderbirds 1997 2009 Closed in 2009
George Fox University Newberg, Oregon 1885 Bruins 1988 1995 Northwest
(NCAA D-III)
Northwest Nazarene University Nampa, Idaho 1913 Crusaders 1988 2000 Great Northwest
(NCAA D-II)
Western Oregon University Monmouth, Oregon 1856 Wolves 1988 1998 Great Northwest
(NCAA D-II)

Membership timeline[edit]

 Full member (non-football)   Associate member (sport) 

Fielded sports[edit]

Fall[edit]

  • Men's cross country: all schools participate
  • Women's cross country: all schools participate
  • Men's soccer: nine schools participate (Eastern Oregon starting in 2015–16, Southern Oregon does not)
  • Women's soccer: all schools participate
  • Women's Volleyball: all schools participate

Winter[edit]

Spring[edit]

  • Baseball: only Concordia–Portland, Corban, College of Idaho, and Oregon Tech participate
  • Golf (men's & women's): only Concordia–Portland, Corban, College of Idaho, Northwest Christian, Oregon Tech, and Warner Pacific participate
  • Softball: eight schools participate (Evergreen and Warner Pacific do not)
  • Men's track and field: all schools participate
  • Women's track and field: all schools participate

Sports not sponsored[edit]

Commissioners[edit]

  • Howard Morris (1994–2003)
  • Phil Pifer (2003–2006)
  • Bart Valentine (2007)
  • Dave Haglund (2007–2012)
  • Rob Cashell (2012–present)

Champions[edit]

Conference titles by school[edit]

School Titles
Concordia–Portland 20
Corban 25
Eastern Oregon 22
George Fox 6
College of Idaho 21
Northwest 5
Northwest Nazarene 7
Oregon Tech 11
Southern Oregon 26
Warner Pacific 4
Western Oregon 20

Cross country[edit]

Soccer[edit]

Volleyball[edit]

Year Team Record Tournament
1988 Western Oregon 8–0 Western Oregon
1989 Western Oregon 8–0 Western Oregon
1990 Western Oregon
Southern Oregon
6–2 Western Oregon
1991 Southern Oregon 8–0 Southern Oregon
1992 Western Oregon 7–0 Western Oregon
1993 Western Oregon 6–0 Western Oregon
1994 Northwest Nazarene 7–0 Northwest Nazarene
1995 Western Oregon
Northwest Nazarene
11–1 Western Oregon
1996 Western Oregon 11–1 Northwest Nazarene
1997 Western Oregon 14–2 Corban
1998 Northwest Nazarene 15–1 Northwest Nazarene
1999 Concordia–Portland 14–2 Concordia–Portland
2000 Concordia–Portland 16–0 Concordia–Portland
2001 Concordia–Portland 16–0 Concordia–Portland
2002 Concordia–Portland 18–0 Concordia–Portland
2003 Southern Oregon 15–3 Southern Oregon
2004 Southern Oregon
Northwest
15–3 Southern Oregon
2005 Southern Oregon 17–1 Southern Oregon
2006 College of Idaho 18–0 College of Idaho
2007 Southern Oregon
College of Idaho
19–1
Not Played

Basketball[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Year Team Record
1993 George Fox 14–3–0
1994 George Fox 16–2–0
1995 Western Oregon 18–2–0
1996 College of Idaho 14–0–1
1997 College of Idaho 14–1–0
1998 College of Idaho 29–1–0
1999 College or Idaho 25–4–0
2000 College of Idaho 25–5–0
2001 Western Oregon 25–7–0
2002 College of Idaho 18–6–0
2003 Concordia–Portland 11–9–0
2004 Concordia–Portland 22–8–0
2005 College of Idaho
Oregon Tech
17–13–0
2006 College of Idaho 20–10–0
2007 College of Idaho 15–3–0
2008 College of Idaho 14–4–0
2009 British Columbia 27–6–0
2010 British Columbia 27–5–0
2011 Lewis–Clark State 23–8–0
2012 Lewis–Clark State 25–6–0
2013 Lewis–Clark State 22–6–0
2014 Lewis–Clark State 24–4–0

Golf[edit]

Softball[edit]

Year Team Record Tournament
2001 Oregon Tech 14–4
2002 Oregon Tech 16–4
2003 Southern Oregon 11–4
2004 Southern Oregon 20–5
2005 Southern Oregon 19–6
2006 Oregon Tech 17–2
2007 College of Idaho 16–4
2008 Oregon Tech 20–4
2009 College of Idaho 20–4
2010 Concordia–Portland 21–3 Concordia–Portland
2011 Oregon Tech 19–5 Oregon Tech
2012 Oregon Tech 20–4 Oregon Tech
2013 Corban 24–4 College of Idaho
2014 Oregon Tech 23–5 Concordia–Portland

Track and field[edit]

Academics[edit]

Institution Endowment
Concordia–Portland $7,200,000
Corban $1,500,000
Eastern Oregon $1,700,000
The Evergreen State College $2,400,000
College of Idaho $39,000,000
Northwest $8,400,000
Northwest Christian $12,700,000
Oregon Tech $14,500,000
Southern Oregon $13,000,000
Warner Pacific College $2,950,000

References[edit]

External links[edit]