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UC Riverside Highlanders men's basketball

 

UC Riverside Highlanders men's basketball

UC Riverside Highlanders
2014–15 UC Riverside Highlanders men's basketball team
UC Riverside Highlanders athletic logo
University University of California, Riverside
Conference Big West
Location Riverside, CA
Head coach Dennis Cutts (2nd year)
Arena UC Riverside Student Recreation Center
(Capacity: 3,168)
Nickname Highlanders
Colors

Blue and Gold

            
NCAA Tournament runner-up
*1995
NCAA Tournament Final Four
*1970, *1989, *1995
NCAA Tournament appearances
*1970, *1972, *1973, *1974, *1975, *1979, *1980, *1984, *1986, *1988, *1989, *1990, *1991, *1992, *1994, *1995, *1997
*at Division II level

The UC Riverside Highlanders men's basketball team represents the University of California, Riverside in Riverside, California, United States. The school's team currently competes in the Big West Conference. The squad is currently led by interim head coach Dennis Cutts, who replaced Jim Wooldridge when the latter stepped down as head coach to assume the role of interim Athletic Director at the school. The Highlanders play their home games at the UC Riverside Student Recreation Center. The program had its greatest success as a Division II program, making it to three Final Fours and the national title game in 1995.

Postseason

NCAA Division II Tournament results

The Highlanders have appeared in the [[NCAA Men's

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