Umpqua Community College Women’s Basketball Coach Dave Stricklin has announced that Adrienne Wood, a 5’3 point guard from Eagle Point High School has signed a Letter of Intent to compete with the Riverhawks during the 2017-18 season.
Wood, who graduated from Eagle Point in 2016 averaged 21.2 points per game as a Senior along with 3.1 assists and 1.5 steals. She holds six different scoring records at EPHS including most points in a game (35 vs. Ridgeview) and most three pointers in a game (9 vs. Marist).
For her efforts, Wood was twice named 1st Team All Midwestern League and was named 2nd Team All State (5A) as a Senior.
Coach Stricklin had this to say about his newest signee: “Adrienne looks small in stature but she is deceptively strong and has NBA range both off the catch and off the dribble. Her dad is a long time boy’s basketball coach and like most coach’s kids, Adrienne has grown up in a gym and has a great basketball I.Q. She has the chance to be a difference maker for us
The RiverHawk Women's basketball team is coming off of a 28-3 season and a trip to the NWAC Final Four.
Umpqua’s Department of Athletics is composed of nine varsity sports teams including four men's teams (basketball, cross country, wrestling and obstacle course racing), and five women's teams (basketball, cross country, volleyball, wrestling and obstacle course racing). Umpqua is a member of the Northwest Athletic Conference in all sports except men’s and women’s wrestling and obstacle course racing. For men’s wrestling UCC belongs to the National Junior College Athletic Association and for women’s wrestling, the Women’s Collegiate Wrestling Association. For more information, please visit www.uccriverhawks.com. Follow RiverHawk Athletics at www.facebook.com/Umpqua-RiverHawk-Athletics and also on Twitter @uccriverhawks.