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Rebels Weekend Wrap Nov 1st & 2nd

November 5, 2019

Rebels Weekend Wrap Nov 1st&2nd

Nov 5th, 2019

 

Volleyball teams opened their season on the road vs USB on Saturday the 2nd of November. Men’s at 6 and Women’s at 7:30. Rebels Basketball opened their season hosting AFLBS Conquerors, Women’s at 6 and Men’s at 8 pm. Read More →

Red River Rebels Men’s Volleyball – 2019-20 Season Preview

November 4, 2019

Head coach: Chris Voth, 1st season

Keys for the Rebels:

Key Returnees: Zach Knight – Middle/Outside, Bob Poncsak – Middle, Julian Waldner – Outside Hitter

Key Loss: Josh Goossen

Season Preview: A new season. A new head coach. A new vision and outlook for the Red River Rebels men’s volleyball team. Read More →

Rebels Weekend Wrap Oct 19th & 20th

October 22, 2019

Rebels Weekend Wrap Oct 19th&20th

Oct 22nd, 2019

 

Men’s Soccer team entered the weekend being 2-0-6 and the Women’s team entered the weekend being 6-1-1 as they took on PUC Pilots on Saturday afternoon and BU Bobcats on Sunday at the John Scouras Field. Women’s Volleyball travelled to Iowa as part of their pre season games. Men’s Volleyball hosted Jamestown Jimmies at St Paul’s highschool as they get ready for the regular season starting on November 2nd. The basketball teams hosted CMU Blazers on Friday night as a part of their pre season here at the College.

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Rebels Weekend Wrap Oct 4th-6th

October 9, 2019

Rebels Weekend Wrap Oct 4th-6th

Oct 9th, 2019

 

Men’s Soccer team entered the weekend being 1-0-3 and the Women’s team entered the weekend being 4-1-0 as they travelled to Brandon on Saturday afternoon to take on the ACC Cougars and back in Winnipeg on Sunday to take on the USB Le Rouge at the Memorial Park. Women’s Volleyball had their second Pre-season tournament of the year at Providence University in Otterbourne MB, and the Men’s Volleyball team hosted their Annual Pre-season tournament this past weekend. Read More →

Tryout dates set for Rebels sport teams

August 12, 2019

Being a part of the Rebels is about giving you a complete student experience as you take part in your studies.  It is about the thrill of competition, the pride of pulling on the jersey, and the friendships that will last a lifetime. If you want to pull on our jersey and be a Rebel, then we want to see you out at one of our upcoming tryouts. Read More →

Rebels announce 2019-20 MCAC volleyball schedule

June 27, 2019

The Red River Rebels along the Manitoba College Athletic Association announced the 2019 volleyball schedule today.

The Rebels open the season on the road November 2nd against USB Les Rouges followed November 8 against the CMU Blazers. It will be a quick turn around as they will host the CMU Blazers on November 9 in the home opener for the Rebels. Read More →

HIRING-Men’s Volleyball Head Coach

May 14, 2019

Red River College invites applications for Head Coach, Rebels Men’s Volleyball program, competing in the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC). This is a part-time contract position in our Athletics and Recreation Services department, commencing June 2019 through March 2020. The MCAC volleyball season starts in early September and finishes early March. Read More →

2018-19 Rebels Athletics Award Winners

April 3, 2019

Rebels Athletics recently held their annual end of the season banquet dinner, where they celebrated the 2018-19 Varsity Athletics season, and gave out MVP awards to each team along with two special recognition awards. Below is a full listing of the awards, along with a link to pictures from the night’s event.
Congrats to all the winners and kudos to all the players, coaches, trainers and staff on another successful Rebels varsity sport season! Read More →

RRC Volleyball Players Ashley Goodwin and Josh Goosen named MCAC MVP’s

February 22, 2019

Today, RRC volleyball players Ashley Goodwin and Josh Goosen were named MCAC MVP’s in their respective leagues.

Goodwin, a second year left side hitter from Winnipeg (Miles Mac Collegiate), had another excellent season with the Rebels leading the team in kills (139), aces (44), blocks (82) and digs (172). At 6’2″ Goodwin was a huge presence at the net and true leader on the court. She was named MCAC co-mvp along with CMU Blazer Jana Klassen.

Coach Dan McGregor ” Ashley has been an important piece of the success that we have had in our program over the past 2 seasons. She leads by example by bringing a competitive intensity to both practices and games. She is continually looking at ways to enhance her skills to be a well-rounded player that can contribute in all facets of the game. Based on her excellent passing, defense and hitting ability Ashley has made a successful transition to playing on the left side, moving from middle where she has played most of her career.”

This is the second year in a row Goodwin has been recognized by the MCAC, last year being named All-Conference. The outdoor power equipment tech. student hopes to lead the Rebels to a MCAC championships this weekend at Providence University College, first with a semi final win over the USB Rouges, Saturday February 23rd at 11am.

Josh Goosen, the 6’4″ outside hitter from MBCI was named the MCAC Men’s most volleyball player of the year. Goosen, a second year creative communications student was the most dominant offensive player in the league this season, leading with a whopping 293 kills. The UofM Bisons transfer was named MCAC athlete of the week in early February after connecting on 56 kills with a .384 hitting efficiency in back-to-back 3-0 sweeps over the ACC Cougars.

Coach Lindsay Habib ” Josh is an exceptional athlete and a first class person. He has a very rare ability to smile, laugh and enjoy himself on the court while still being intense, focused, and perform at a high level. Josh led the league in kills by a wide margin this year and led the Rebels in every offensive category for hitters. Despite missing the playoffs Josh was named the league MVP, which is a testament to how dominant of a player he is. We wish Josh all the best as he graduates later this year.” 

Goosen will be graduating from Cre-Com this year after two spectacular seasons with the Rebels including an all-conference award, player of the week award, league MVP and a playoff appearance.

For a full listing of MCAC volleyball award winners, please click here.