The Cascade Conference is a ten team NAIA DII league that is made up of schools from Idaho, Oregon, Utah, and Washington.
2018-2019 Men’s Basketball Standings
|College of Idaho||14-4||31-6|
The Cascade Collegiate Conference is one of the best leagues in the nation. College of Idaho won the tournament championship. Oregon Tech and them both qualified for the NAIA DII National Tournament, where both of them faced off agasint one another in the Fab Four. Oregon Tech wound up winning the game before falling in the National Title game.
Top Players Returning
The Cascade Collegiate Conference returns SEVEN All-Americans for next season, the most of any league in the country.
Mitchell Fink 6’1 19.5ppg, 7.2apg.
School: Oregon Tech
2x CCC Player of the Yr., 2x NAIA DII All-American
Talon Pinckney 6’1
School: College of Idaho
1st Team All-American, CCC Defensive POY
NAIA HM ALL-AMERICANS
|Seth Erickson||Oregon Tech|
Key Players Lost to Graduation
|Tristen Holmes||Southern Oregon|
|Collin Malcolm||Warner Pacific|
|Keun Palu-Thompson||College of Idaho|
|Austin Tyner||Northwest Christian|
Jordan May of Eastern Oregon transferred to NCAA DII Point Loma
Eddie Alexander moves from Interim Head Coach, to Head Coach at Northwest Christian University.
Eric Cantrell takes over as AD and Men’s basketball coach at Walla Walla. He comes over after nine years at Pine!