We win because we recruit winners!
4-year schools recruit our players, because we win and we defend!
- We examined the men's basketball programs in our conference (we included both divisions-South and North). We looked at winning percentage from 2000 to 2004. Two things were evident:
- Ohlone College has been a highly successful program.
- Our league is loaded! To win back-to-back championships is an extraordinary accomplishment.
|1||Ohlone College*||94-32 (.746)|
|2||San Jose City College||96-33 (.744)|
|3||Chabot College*||86-37 (.699)|
|4||City College of San Francisco*||84-37 (.694)|
|5||West Valley College||74-41 (.643)|
|6||Skyline College*||78-47 (.624)|
* Members of Ohlone's league: The Coast Conference North.
Photo credit: Donald Jedlovec Photography: Ohlone College.
Our reputation as a winning program has enticed several 4-year programs. These schools have recruited our players, and the majority have been in our gym to watch practices and/or games:
- Boise State
- Cal State Bakersfield (DII)
- Cal State Fullerton
- Eastern Washington
- Kansas State
- Kent State
- Long Beach State
- Metro State (CO) (DII)
- Miami (OH)
- New Mexico
- Saint Mary's
- San Francisco
- San Jose State
- Santa Clara
- UC Davis
- UC Riverside
- UC Santa Barbara
- Utah State
- Washington State
- Weber State
- West Georgia (DII)
In order to maximize your exposure we regularly participate in several spring and summer Junior College events, including the Diablo Valley shootout, the Southern California shootout (held in Los Angeles), and our very own JC Jamboree.
Our players are also regularly featured in several 4-year recruiting publications, including "Rick Ball's Midwest JuCo Report", "Jerry Mullen's Midwest Report", "Gerry Freitas's West Coast Review", "Kenn Littlefield's Southeast JuCo Review", "Mike Mitchell Midwest Scouting Report", and the "Double Pump JuCo Review". These reports are purchased by virtually every DI, DII, and NAIA program in the country!
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