To our Coaches, Student-Athletes, Alumni, Supporters and Fans
I know many of you have been waiting for news about the possibility of the College resuming our varsity sports programs this fall. As the College continues its work to resume on-campus activities, with the focus dedicated to essential hands-on learning and training activities to allow students to complete their studies, we’ve made the hard decision to put our varsity sports program on-hold for 2020-2021 season. Read More →
As of Wednesday, March 18
At this time we would like to inform you that the Red River College Recreation and Fitness Facilities will remain closed indefinitely. This means students, staff, and members will not be able to access our facilities.
Your patronage is valued by us and we apologize for the inconvenience this closure will cause.
We will be extending Fitness Centre memberships for those impacted by the closure.
We encourage you to visit rrc.ca for continued updates that may impact your ability to access our facilities.
We also encourage you to follow us on social media (@rrcrebels on twitter and Instagram) for continued updates regarding this as well.
At times like this self-care is especially important and we encourage you to continue to be active. Over the coming days, we will be sharing a number of different resources on social media and our website to help you continue to be active and deal with your personal wellness
Rebels Weekend Wrap Jan 31st-Feb 4th
Both the Volleyball teams and both of the Futsal teams in action this past Weekend! Volleyball team had a double header playing on the 31st of January vs USB Le Rouges and the 4th of February vs PUC Pilots. Read More →
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 12th-Oct 16th
Men’s Soccer team entered the weekend being 2-0-4 and the Women’s team entered the weekend being 5-1-1 as they took on the CMU Blazers on Saturday afternoon at the Winnipeg Soccer Federation North Field! Men’s Soccer team also played on the 16th of October vs PUC Pilots, a game that was rescheduled due to the conditions of the fields.
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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 →
Rebels Weekend Wrap Sept 28th-29th
Oct 1, 2019
Men’s Soccer team entered the weekend being 1-0-1 and the Women’s team entered the weekend being 1-1-0 as they went to Brandon to play the Bobcats on Saturday afternoon and back home on Sunday to host the Blazers at the John Scouras Field. Women’s Volleyball had their first Pre-season tournament at Universite de Saint-Boniface and the Men’s Basketball team travelled to Moose Jaw to take on the Briercrest Clippers. Read More →
Head coach: Doug Lawrie, 9th season
Returning players to watch: Ashley Paterson – cornerback
Cornerback Ashley Paterson
New players to watch: Jessica Gzebb – midfielder; Brianne Jamieson – forward; Shea Bresciani – forward; Kezia Balzer – mid
Opening Day Roster – RRC WSOC rosterSept13
The Red River Rebels women’s soccer team has four returning players on their 12 person roster for the upcoming 2019 Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC) season. The 2018 MCAC women’s soccer coach of the year and heading into his ninth season as head coach with the Rebels, Doug Lawrie, is optimistic about this year’s squad and their chances to battle hard in the MCAC. Read More →
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 →