Women's Basketball History

YearRecordSouthern RegionNWAC Championships
2016-1717-123rdPlayoffs/Did Not Place
2015-1620-103rdPlayoffs/Did Not Place
2014-1518-94th(lost 4th place region tie-breaker)
2013-1422-73rd(tie)7th Place
2012-1326-5Champions2nd Place
2011-1225-52nd5th Place
2010-1125-4Champions7th Place
2009-1024-5Champions3rd Place
2008-0921-93rd6th Place
2007-0819-113rdPlayoffs/Did Not Place
2006-0720-102ndPlayoffs/Did Not Place
2005-0624-6ChampionsPlayoffs/Did Not Place
2004-0526-72nd3rd Place
2003-0426-4ChampionsChampions
2002-0322-7ChampionsPlayoffs/Did Not Place
2001-0226-6Champions8th Place
2000-0122-103rdPlayoffs/Did Not Place
1999-0017-124th 
1998-9919-113rd 
1997-9821-8ChampionsPlayoffs/Did Not Place
1996-9723-83rd2nd Place
1995-9628-6Champions5th Place
1994-9513-115th 
1993-9411-134th 
1992-9315-143rd 
1991-928-187th 
1990-918-194th 
1989-9029-3Champions4th Place
1988-8927-72nd3rd Place
1987-8823-6ChampionsPlayoffs/Did Not Place
1986-874-206thPlayoffs/Did Not Place
1985-8617-103rdPlayoffs/Did Not Place
1984-8524-4ChampionsPlayoffs/Did Not Place

Summary of 2003-04 Championship

Clackamas 55 vs. Chemeketa 36 

Clackamas rallied from a five point halftime deficit and went on to win their first NWAACC women's basketball championship with a 55-36 triumph over the defending NWAACC Champion Chemeketa Storm.  The Cougars were led by Cindy Alldrin who scored a game high 22 points and grabbed seven rebounds earning her tournament MVP honors.  Lindsay Calmettes added 12 points and Ashley Cadotte grabbed 19 rebounds for the Cougars who finished the season at 26-4.  The Storm, who shot a dismal 3 for 34 from the floor in the second half (9%), got 17 points from Annie Hartle and nine from Julie Melcher.  Hartle and Courtney Bothum had nine rebounds each for the Storm (22-8).  

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