Nadine Reimer of the Red River College women’s futsal team enters this weekend’s Copa de la Paz Championship coming off an impressive finish to her regular season.
On Friday, the Rebels played to a 5-5 draw against Universite de Saint-Boniface with Reimer responsible for three of RRC’s goals. The following night, Red River hosted Providence University College and shut them out 7-0. Reimer once again scored a hat-trick, bringing her season total to 18 goals in 10 conference games.
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The 2017 Futsal season concludes this weekend as four men’s teams and four women’s teams will compete in the Copa de la Paz Championship hosted by Providence University College. From the six MCAC schools that fielded both men’s and women’s futsal teams this season, the following athletes have been recognized by the head coaches throughout the conference as exceptional athletes within their sport.
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We’ve all been caught in the rush of the world in its quest to be going somewhere. This constant pressure has had us staring at a screen until out eyes are pounding , sitting on our butts until our back hurts…..what’s up with that, and going for hours without eating except for those few cups of coffee….that’s kind of like food right?
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Got the post holiday blues? Hate getting into a cold car to head to your fitness centre? Too cold to go outside to be active? If you answered yes to any of these questions then Rebels Rec may have the solution for you. We asked each of our fantastic fitness instructors to provide an exercise routine that anyone can do by themselves in the gym or at home. The final installment in our home workout series is from Lesley:
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MCAC Basketball Championship weekend came and went for the Rebels, with the women’s team capturing their 6th straight championship, while the men’s team fell short in defending their title. For in depth stories of both, please click on the below links:
The Rebels women’s volleyball team earned their first shot at a MCAC Championship in 4 years this weekend, qualifying for playoffs by the slimmest of margins. Even the though they were swept by ACC in both games this weekend, 3-0 (25-21, 25-20, 25-19) and 3-2 (25-18, 16-25, 25-18, 24-26, 15-11), they still managed to qualify on a 4th (!!!) tie-breakers. The following is the MCAC explanation of how the Rebels earned the 4th and final playoff spot.
i: Record Head to Head – The record between Red River College and Assiniboine Community College this season was 2-2
ii: Sets Won/Lost Head to Head – Red River College and Assiniboine Community College both won 8 sets and lost 8 sets against each other.
iii: Sets Won/Lost Overall – Red River College finished the season with 31 sets won and 49 sets lost, a differential of -18.
Assiniboine Community College finished the season with 27 sets won, 47 sets lost, a differential of -20.
Red River College enters the 2017 MCAC Volleyball post season on behalf of a 2 set difference.
The lady Rebels will face the PUC Pilots in their MCAC semi-finals on Saturday February 25th at 12:00pm with the championships being hosted at St. Boniface.
In other Rebels action:
The men’s volleyball team ended their season splitting the final two games against ACC 3-1 (25-21, 24-26, 25-22, 25-21) and 3-0 (25-22, 25-21, 25-16). The men finished in 6th place and will miss the playoffs.
The Rebel futsal games, faced USB Les Rogues Friday night in St. Boniface winning both games: Men 7-4 and women 4-1. Both teams next travel to CMU to face the Blazers this Friday night, with the women’s game starting at 6:00pm.
The brunt of winter is here and the classroom or office has a cold running through it. You’re coughing and sneezing but your active living routine has achieved a nice rhythm and you don’t want to lose momentum. There are two voices in your head—one encouraging you to rest—the other urging you to get up and go. Now what do you do?
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