Feature Friday- Free Fitness Classes for Students
This ten session course will feature all of our great instructors! You will be able to try a wide array of fitness classes within the term, everything from yoga to spin class to boot camp! Along with this great variety, the class will be free to all students! A great way to experience a variety of fitness options here at RRC. Staff are also welcome to attend Feature Friday’s, for $70 they can attend all 10 classes. Classes are held at noon.
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The Rebels Women’s Soccer team continued their excellent start to the MCAC season, with a pair of wins on the weekend. The Rebels hosted second place Brandon University on Saturday, and were able to escape with 1-0 win. With a strong southerly wind the entire game, the Rebels took advantage in the first half, controlling the majority of play and reigning MCAC Athlete of the Week Jessica Lister scoring the only goal of the game. The Rebels withstood a strong attack from the Bobcats in the second half, including numerous saves by goalkeeper Addison Zeltins and a hit crossbar late in the game to secure the win. The Rebels then travelled to Shilo to face Assiniboine Community College on Sunday, earning a 6-1 victory of the Cougars. Kaelyn Vincent and Kelsie Paul led the attack with two goals each. With the pair of wins on the weekend, the Rebels keep their record perfect at 5-0 and a stranglehold on first place in the MCAC.
The Rebels Men’s Soccer team had mixed results this past weekend, first losing to BU 4-0 on Saturday. With the wind in the first half, the Rebels were unable to generate enough offense to score any goals, while in the second half the Bobcats took full advantage of the wind scoring three quick goals in the middle part of the half. The Rebels rebounded on Sunday defeating the ACC Cougars 5-0. Cesarn Carvalho and Derek Tessier both scored a pair in the win. The Rebels currently sit with a 2-1-2 record, good for fourth place.
Both teams are back in action on this weekend hosting the ACC Cougars on Sunday at noon on the NK Fields.
Recreation Services is excited to bring back the Rebels Inservice Sports Camps for another year! Next school inservice day, keep the kids active and bring them to work with you. While you work, they’ll be taking part in a fun-filled day of sports activities!
Dates: Friday, October 23rd, Friday February 5th, Friday March 18th Times: 9am-4pm Location: Notre Dame Campus
Participants will participate in various sports and recreational activities during their day at the RRC Notre Dame Campus including:
In addition to curling and soccer, kids will stay happy and engaged by playing other sports like basketball and ultimate, low-organized games and participating in other fun activities.
Drop-off at the North Gym at the Notre Dame Campus starts at 8:15am, with pick-up at the North Gym until 4:45pm. Camp participants should bring their own lunch and snacks (please no peanut products, in respect to those with allergies).
Note: children must be 6-11 years old on December 31, 2015.
2015 Fall In-Service Day Registration Form WEB
Inservice Days Cancellation Policy
Full refund will be granted if you cancel seven days before the day of class. No refund will be granted if cancellation occurs after the seven days with the exception due to medical reasons (requires a doctors note).
Inservice Day Sports Camp maybe cancelled in the event of low registration. If this occurs, a refund will be issued for the full amount. Cancellation will happen no later than seven days out
For more information please contact Cole Skinner at 204.632.2397 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rebels Soccer Season Preview
By: Derek Gagnon
The 2015 soccer season is set to get under way this Sunday, September 13 for the Red River Rebels teams, with the women’s team kicking things off at 1 p.m. and the men’s team following up at 3:30 p.m. Both games are against the Brandon Bobcats at Brandon University.
Both teams made it to the finals in the 2014 season, with the women’s team falling just short against the Providence University College Pilots in a 1-0 loss, and the men’s team falling by a 3-1 score to the Université de Saint-Boniface Les Rouges.
Like most sports at the college level, there has been a great deal of roster turnover for both teams heading into the new season. Head Coach Doug Lawrie of the women’s team only has five returning members from last season’s squad, and all four of his all-conference players from last season are gone. While acknowledging last year’s team as being very strong, he still expects his team to be very competitive.
Coach Doug Lawrie
“There is always a large turnover each year at an institution like RRC,” said Lawrie. “I recruit year-round and always follow-up on all contacts and possible leads. There is never a guarantee that you will be able to replace one-to-one each graduating all-conference player. It means the style of play must adapt each year to the players that you do get.”
The women’s team recently traveled to Minneapolis for a trio of exhibition games against American opponents, going 0-2-1 against stiff competition. Lawrie saw growth, while also spotting areas for growth.
“I was able to identify some of our strengths, but also areas to improve upon,” said Lawrie. “ I also saw the emergence of a strong team chemistry, so I was pleased with that.”
The men’s team finished third in the regular season standings last year, and will be looking to improve upon that this season. Three players return from last year’s squad, with a fourth joining from the Rebels’ futsal team.
Coach Jordan Goetting
Head Coach Jordan Goetting is more than optimistic about his teams chances for the upcoming season, citing an infusion of new experienced players that will provide much needed depth for the team.
“Our team this year is very knowledgeable of how to play as a team, and I expect us to be better off the bench,” said Goetting.
“Last year, in our semi-final against Providence we ended up going into extra time and winning, which used up a lot of our energy ahead of the final the next day.”
Goetting thinks that the group has shown good camaraderie so far, and expects that to benefit them on the pitch.
“Lots of guys on the teams end up being good friends. They go out there willing to do anything for each other and play well together as a result.”
Both teams host their first games at Red River College on Sunday, September 20 at noon.
The 2015 Rebels Women’s Soccer team is working towards one goal, a MCAC Championship. After finishing second to the Providence University College Pilots the previous two seasons, the Rebels are looking to finally breakthrough and capture their first MCAC title.
That long road started in Minneapolis, Minnesota over the Labour Day Weekend with three exhibition games against some top flight American competition.
Coach Doug Lawrie on the tournament. “This weekend’s series of three games against NJCAA Div 1 teams had three objectives: for players to better know each other on the field; for me to continue my evaluation of players and to see some in different positions; and, team bonding off the field. All three objectives were met. The competition was very good, including a game against #16 ranked Johnson County. I saw some excellent play by our team, but also some areas that we need to make important improvements.”
The Rebels went 0-2-1 over the three days, losing to Scott County College (Iowa) 3-2, Johnson County College (Kansas) 8-1, and tying Dakota County Technical College (Minnesota) 3-3.
Coach Lawrie noticed some key performances: “Nadine Reimer with 2 goals, Jessica Lister who showed strength up front, Kaelyn Vincent who was dominant in the middle, Emeraude Kwilu who showed tremendous ball control and distribution and Lianne Fillion who was tireless and determined in defense.”
The Rebels start their MCAC regular season this upcoming weekend, Sunday September 13th at Brandon University.
Red River College Women’s Soccer is pleased to announce the commitment of Kaelyn Vincent For the 2015 MCAC season. Kaelyn played her youth soccer with Winnipeg Phoenix FC, and was selected as MVP of her U17 club. Kaelyn attended Springs Christian Academy, graduating in 2009, where she played on the high school team for four years. As a youth, Kaelyn also trained in the CSSE Academy. Following high school Kaelyn attended the University of Manitoba in Arts and played for the Bison’s CIS team in 2012. Read More →
Red River College Women’s Soccer is pleased to announce the commitment of Andrea Alblas for the 2015 MCAC season.
Andrea has played soccer since she was 5 years old. She played youth soccer in the WSEU developmental system, and with Waverly and Fort Richmond CCs. She played age advanced for two years in youth. She also played Women’s senior soccer with Fresh FC as a youth guest player for two years, before joining the team as an 18 year old. Andrea plays midfield or forward. Read More →
Red River College Women’s Soccer is pleased to announce the commitment of Andrea Doerksen for the 2015 MCAC season.
Andrea played youth soccer in WYSA with Oakbank CC where she was captain of her community club team for three years. While playing youth she helped her teams win three WYSA City Championships, and her team competed in several high calibre tournaments in Saskatchewan and the US. After youth Andrea continued to play both senior women’s soccer and co-ed. Read More →
With the athletic seasons all wrapped up, the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC) has announced the coaches of the year in each sport. Read More →
Rebels Women’s Soccer
Pre-Season Training Camp: Monday’s, Wednesday’s, and Thursday’s 5:00-6:30pm starting August 10th. Players are encouraged to fill out the Online Recruiting Form: Read More →