The Bulldogs were 12-2 in the NWAC and 22-10 overall in 2014-15 under first-year coach Mel Stubblefield, finishing second in the North Region behind Peninsula College, whose only conference loss was to Bellevue. During the regular season, the Bulldogs put together a 13-game winning streak. In the NWAC tournament opener, the Bulldogs suffered a 70-69 loss to SW Oregon in the closing seconds. Bellevue bounced back with a 72-62 victory over Walla Walla, before falling to Lower Columbia 70-57 in the consolation semifinals.
Guard Mikayla Jones was named Freshman of the Year for the NWAC North Region and a first-team all-North Region pick. She was named to the second team at the NWAC conference tournament. Sophomore forward Eboney Jackson was named to the North Region second team.
The Bulldogs have posted 10 consecutive winning seasons, including six seasons of 20 or more victories, and two more 19-win seasons. During that decade, the Bulldogs have won three North Region titles, including back-to-back titles in 2013 and 2014, and shared another crown. They also have five second-place regional finishes in that span.