By Neil Noonan, MCAC Communications Coordinator
The season-opening matches will take place in Brandon, MB on Friday, January 11 between the Brandon Bobcats and Assiniboine Community College Cougars. The women will get things rolling at 6:15 PM with the men following at 8:00 PM at the Cougars’ Victoria Campus. Read More →
The Rebels Futsal teams finished their regular seasons this past weekend with games in St.Boniface against Les Rouges. Unfortunately, the Rebels were swept in all 3 games by Les Rouges, with the men losing 11-3, and the women’s team lost both of their two games by the scores of 8-6 and 4-3.
The Rebels men’s futsal team finished the MCAC season with a record of 4-0-6 and in fifth place, missing the playoffs. Val Komilov and Alex Castro lead the Rebels in scoring with 12 goals each, tied for 5th best in the MCAC. The women’s team also finished in 5th place and out of the playoffs with a 2-2-6 record. Megan Castro led the team with 12 goals, good for 3rd place in the MCAC.
The MCAC Futsal championships will take place this weekend in Brandon at Assiniboine Community College, click here for more info.
All Rebels teams were in action this weekend, with the basketball teams in playoffs, volleyball teams finishing their regular season and futsal teams with a pair of road games in Brandon.
Both basketball teams fell short at the NIAC playoff championships in Fort Totten, North Dakota, with men’s team falling in the quarterfinals and the women’s team coming up short in the semi’s. To read more, visit here and here.
The Rebels volleyball teams ended their regular seasons on a high note by both sweeping the ACC Cougars at home Friday night and Saturday afternoon. The women Rebels didn’t lose a set, winning 3-0 (25-19,25-17,25-23) and 3-0 (25-19,25-13,25-22). The team finished 2nd place in the MCAC with a 11-5 record. The men’s team won both their matches against the Cougars 3-1 (25-19,25-20,24-26,25-21) and 3-0 (25-14,25-20,25-20) clinching 4th place and the final playoff spot.
volleyball championships will be hosted by RRC, in the North Gym, Saturday February 24th and Sunday February 25th. Rebels men’s team will face the PUC Pilots at 12pm on Saturday in their semi final while the Rebels women’s team will face the CMU Blazers at 4pm in their semi. The men’s final will take place at 1pm on Sunday, followed by the women’s at 3pm.
Finally, the Rebels futsal teams achieved mixed results in Brandon on Saturday. The men’s team defeated the ACC Cougars 12-4, but then fell to the BU Bobcats 6-4. The Rebels women’s team defeated the Cougars as well by the score of 8-1, then followed up with a 2-2 tie against the Bobcats. The men’s team currently sits in 4th place with a 4-0-4 record while the women’s team is in 5th place with a 2-2-4 record. Both teams next face the USB Rouges at USB on Friday March 2nd.
Another busy January weekend for Rebels Athletics with all 6 teams in action over the weekend.
The men’s and women’s Rebels Basketball teams hosted their new NIAC league rivals, Sisseton Wahpeton College (South Dakota) Friday and Saturday with mixed results. The men’s team split their weekend games, losing 98-78 on Friday, then rebounding with a 83-78 victory on Saturday. Forward Steve Willamson lead the team on Saturday with a huge 30 point game. Unfortunately the women Rebels lost both games to the SWC Mustangs, 81-61 and 66-63. In NIAC standings, the men’s team sits 5th with a 6-4 record, while the ladies also hold down the 5th spot with a 5-5 record. Both teams finish their MCAC/NIAC regular season’s this weekend with a home and home series against the PUC Pilots. Friday night at Providence, Saturday night here in the North Gym, with the men’s game starting at 6pm.
The women’s volleyball team continued their strong season with a dominant 3-0 (28-26, 25-21, 25-18) over Les Rouges from USB. They currently sit in MCAC 2nd place with a 8-4 record. Both volleyball teams host the CMU Blazers on Friday, with the men’s game starting at 6 pm.
Finally, the Rebels futsal teams were on the road this weekend with games at PUC and CMU. On Friday, the Rebels were swept by the Pilots, 6-5(men) and 5-3(women). The Rebels then suffered the same fate against the Blazers on Saturday losing 9-5(men) and 8-6(women). Both teams have a week off before hosting USB on Friday Feb.9th, men’s game starting at 6pm.
The Rebels women’s futsal team had a strong weekend earning a win and tie against two MCAC Westman teams at home on Saturday. They first hosted the BU Bobcats, earning a 2-2 tie, Madison Katz and Megan Castro the goal scorers. They then followed up with a 9-0 victory over the ACC Cougars. Emma MacLennan lead the way with a hat trick, while Emily Carniege chipped in with 2 goals of her own and GK Kendra Moen earned the shut out. Read More →
WINNIPEG, MB., January 18, 2017 – The Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference announced Thursday that Julika Phommarath from the Providence Pilots’ women’s futsal team and Ryan Poirer from the Red River College Rebels men’s futsal team have been named Athletes of the Week.
Ryan had a strong performance in his first futsal game in net. He stopped 22 of 23 shots in the first half alone and led his team to a 4-3 victory over the Providence Pilots this weekend. Read More →
All 6 Rebels teams competed this weekend, with games both at home and on the road in the MCAC (Manitoba Colleges Athletics Conference) and NIAC (Northern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference).
The Rebels men’s and women’s hosted the AFLBS Crusaders, their NIAC rivals from Northern Minnesota, on Friday and Saturday sweeping all 4 games. The men’s team won on Friday 69-50, forward Anuna Oj-Wato had a strong game with 20 points and 19 rebounds. The men followed up with a 90-69 victory on Saturday. Guard Chris Demauleon-Bartolay had a monster 42 points game for the Rebels with forward Steve Willamson adding 16 points and 11 rebounds. The Rebels now sit in 4th place in the NIAC standings with a 5-3 record.
The women’s team completed their weekend sweep of the Crusaders with wins by the score of 89-29 and 85-22. Jodene Kowalchuk lead the team on Friday with 17 points while Lacey Finnbogason was the high scorer on Saturday with 22 points. They also have a 5-3 NIAC record and sit in 5th place. Both basketball teams next games are on the weekend of Jan 26-27 when they host Sisseton Wahpeton College (Sisseton, SD).
The Rebels Futsal teams opened their MCAC regular season on Saturday evening hosting the PUC Pilots. The men’s team won the first game 4-3 with Val Komilov scoring 2 goals and Brandan Le Grand and Minh Tran each chipping in with a goal. Unfortunately the women’s team were shut out 6-0 in their home opener. Both teams next host the BU Bobcats and the ACC Cougars Saturday afternoon on January 27th.
Finally the Rebels men’s and women’s volleyball teams played a pair of road games, Friday at CMU and Saturday against the PUC Pilots. On Friday, the Rebels lost both games to the Blazers, men 3-0 (26-24, 25-19, 26-24) and women 3-0 (25-21, 25-9, 25-18). On Saturday the Rebels were able to earn a split, with the women winning 3-2 (22-25, 19-25, 25-23, 25-22, 15-9) and men falling 3-0 (25-18, 25-21, 25-17). Both teams next host Les Rouge from USB on Friday January 19th with the men’s game starting at 6pm.
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Click here for NIAC stats and standings
Tryouts for our Varsity Sport teams will take place over the next two weeks.
Playing on a varsity sport team is a great way to meet new people, stay active and enhance valuable skills such as leadership, organizational and communication that will help you secure future employment.
You must be a full time student at Red River College to participate. We encourage you to fill out our recruiting form prior to attending the tryouts so we can connect you with one of coaches.
|TEAM||DATE AND TIME|
|Soccer – Men’s||August 29 and 31
630pm**time change from 530pm
|Soccer – Women’s*||August 29 and 30
530pm – 7pm
|Basketball – Men’s||September 6 and 7 from 8 – 10pm
September 10 from 1pm – 3pm
|Basketball – Women’s||September 6 from 6pm to 8pm|
|Volleyball – Men’s||September 7, 12, and 14 from 5pm-7pm|
|Volleyball –Women’s||September 8, 11, and 13 from 5pm-7pm|