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2011 NWAACC Champions!
Southern Region Co-Champions
The Saints finished with an overall record of 35-4
*Open gym/tryout Saturday, January 12th 1-3:30.
Contact Coach Speer at
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Mt. Hood Community College volleyball is one of 29 programs participating in the NWAACC (Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges), which is comprised of Oregon and Washington schools. The NWAACC is divided into 4 regions: North, South, East and West. Mt. Hood competes in the Southern Region against Clackamas, Chemeketa, Linn-Benton, Umpqua and Southwestern Oregon.The Mt. Hood Volleyball Program has won 19 Division/Region championships and 8 NWAACC championships. During Coach Speer's tenure as a head coach, the Saints have accumulated 3 Southern Region Championship titles, 2 NWAACC 2nd place finishes and 1 NWAACC Championship title. Her overall record in 3 seasons is 106-24
Along with the outstanding tradition of success on the volleyball court the expectation of academic success is the primary focus. The coaching staff is committed to helping every student-athlete reach their academic potential and fulfill their academic dreams. The coaching staff understands that some students are not completely certain of their future profession, and the staff will work with the vast recourses of the college to help the student discover the key to their future. The student-athletes are also encouraged to complete their two year transfer degree while attending Mt. Hood then continue their education at a four year institution, or start their future career with the two year program completed.
2011 NWAACC Champions
2011 Southern Region Co-Champions 2010 NWAACC 2nd Place
2010 Southern Region Champions
2009 NWAACC 2nd Place
2009 Southern Region Champions
2007 NWAACC Champions
2007 Southern Region Champions
2006 NWAACC Champions
2006 Southern Region Champions
2005 NWAACC 2nd place
2005 - 31-16, Southern Region Co-Champions
2004- 22-12, Southern Region 3rd Place
2003 - 25-8, Southern Region 2nd Place, NWAACC 7th Place
2002 NWAACC Champions
2002 Southern Region Champions
2001 NWAACC Champions
2001 Southern Region Champions
2000 NWAACC Champions
2000 Southern Region Champions