Women’s Basketball

Women’s Basketball

CCC Women's Basketball

Women’s Basketball

The women’s basketball team at Contra Costa College exists on the principle of academics before athletics.  Former players agree that participating in the women’s basketball program at CCC is an exciting life-changing experience — one that helps prepare them for the responsibilities of adulthood.

While the team has had great success through the years on the court, it is always striving for great success in the classroom too. The bonds formed between players create a family-like atmosphere in the program, and the coaches are dedicated to helping their student-athletes complete their academic plans at CCC and transfer to four-year universities — whether they continue playing basketball or not.”


For additional information please contact: Paul DeBolt, Head Coach for Women’s Basketball, Applied Arts building, room 215B; 2600 Mission Bell Drive, San Pablo, CA; 510-235-7800, extension 4487; email: pdebolt@contracosta.edu

Women’s Basketball Schedule

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Coach Paul DeBoltPaul De Bolt,
Head Coach

Coach DeBolt was chosen as coach of the women’s basketball team at Contra Costa College when the program was started in 1986 and he has coached every game since. During that time span, his teams have averaged 20 wins a season, won 10 Bay Valley Conference championships, made the playoffs 17 times, advanced to the State Elite Eight four times, and played in two State Championship Games.

Nearly 100 of his players have transferred to four-year universities including USC, Arizona State, USF, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, Howard, San Diego State, Cal State-Fresno and Grambling to name just a few. Most of those have also earned their bachelor’s degree.

DeBolt grew up in Richmond and attended local schools. He graduated from De Anza High School in 1972, got his associate degree in Liberal Arts from CCC in 1975, his bachelor’s degree in Journalism from San Diego State in 1977, and his master’s degree in Mass Communication from San Diego State in 1980. He lettered in basketball at both CCC and SDSU.

In 1980 he was hired to teach journalism full-time at CCC, a job he still has today.

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