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Rebels Weekend Wrap Nov 30-Dec1

December 3, 2018

This is the last Rebels Weekend Wrap for the year 2018, with all four Rebels volleyball and basketball teams finishing their fall terms on the road at CMU over the weekend. Read More →

Rebels Weekend Wrap: Nov 16-17

November 20, 2018

The Rebels Men’s Basketball team conducted a NIAC sweep at home this weekend while the Rebels Women’s Volleyball is in the top spot of the MCAC after a home and home series with St.Boniface. Read More →

Rebels Weekend Wrap Nov 9-10

November 13, 2018

The Rebels women’s volleyball team remains undefeated in MCAC league play while the Rebels men’s basketball teams split a pair of game with a Manitoba rival this past weekend. Read More →

Rebels United Alumni Feature

November 8, 2018

Time to feature Dylan another men’s volleyball player who was part of the Teacher Ed program at RRC.

Played: 2009 – 2013 (4 seasons)

Program: Business/Technology Teacher Education Program (Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Education, Business/Technology Diploma)

Currently working as a teacher in Winnipeg

Dylan had this to say “The Rebels were like a second family to me. The teamwork and leadership skills I developed during my time playing for Red River help me succeed in my profession today.”

Rebels note: Dylan was successful on the court winning a number of championships with the Rebels and then transitioned to coaching the Rebels for three years including winning a MCAC championship

Rebels Weekend Wrap: Oct 5-6

October 9, 2018

RRC hosted their annual Rebels Invitational Volleyball tournament this past Thanksgiving Weekend, with both men’s and women’s team competing in exhibition play.

The men’s team finished the tournament in 4th place with a overall 1-4 record. They lost the 3rd place game 2-0 (27-25,28-26) to the Providence University College Pilots. The CMU Blazers won the men’s side of the tournament, defeating the USB Les Rouges 2-1 (14-25,25-21,15-11) in the final.

On the women’s size, the Rebels finished in 3rd place with a 2-3 record. The Rebels won their final game of the tournament over the Oak Hills Wolfpack 2-1 (23-25,25-22,15-8). Les Rouges from USB won the tournament, defeating the ACC Cougars 2-0 (27-25,28-26) in the final.

Both volleyball teams open their MCAC regular seasons at home on November 2nd against the ACC Cougars. In the meantime, the women’s Rebels team travel to PUC to compete in another exhibition tournament  October 12-14.

Rebels soccer teams also competing on Saturday, losing a pair of MCAC regular season games to the CMU Blazers, 3-0 for the women and 5-0 for the men. Both teams host games this upcoming weekend, Saturday against PUC and Sunday against ACC. Women’s games start at 1pm with the mens following at 315pm.

Rebels United Alumni Feature: Erik Hansen

October 8, 2018

We go to the Men’s Volleyball for this Rebels United Alumni Feature on Erik Hansen.⠀

Played: 2008-2011 plus 2012/2013(4 years total)⠀

Program: Graduated Civil Engineering Technology first in 2011 then added a diploma in Construction Management in 2013⠀

Working with: the City of Winnipeg as a Technologist II. Engineering division within Public Works.⠀

Erik had this to say “Combining my program with athletics completed my education and let me contribute in the workforce immediately after graduation by providing me with valuable skills.”

Rebels Note: Eric won multiple championships as a player and then came back to the Rebels and coached the team for 4 years including leading the team to three championship finals including an MCAC championship in 2014-15⠀

Rebels Invitational Volleyball Tournament

October 2, 2018

RRC will be hosting it’s annual MCAC exhibition Volleyball tournament this upcoming Thanksgiving weekend with both men’s and women’s teams competing. The draw starts Friday evening and concludes Saturday night. The tournament will use a Round Robin format, with 3rd and 1st place games. Below is the tournament draw and be sure to follow Rebels Twitter and Facebook for score updates and live streaming of games! Read More →