Sports…

WEST POINT AT RMCC – K-ROCK CENTRE – SATURDAY, 25 JAN – 7:30

(As we went to Press – we still did not have all the details regarding ticket and other   game day info. Check back here and hopefully in a day or two we will have more details)

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Men’s and Women’s Fencing OUA – Fencing
Hockey OUA- Hockey CIS – Hockey
Rugby OUA – Men’s Rugby
Men’s Soccer OUA – Men’s Soccer CIS – Men’s Soccer
Women’s Soccer OUA – Women’s Soccer CIS -Women’s Soccer
Men’s Volleyball OUA – Men’s Volleyball CIS – Men’s Volleyball
Women’s Volleyball OUA – Women’s Volleyball CIS – Women’s Volleyball

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Recent Results:

Volleyball (M)

 Nov 30th – RMC 0 vs Western 3 Summary

Volleyball (W)

 Nov 30th – RMC 0 vs. Ottawa 3  Summary

Hockey

 Nov 29th – RMC 2  vs Waterloo 6  Summary

 Nov 30th – RMC 6 vs Laurier 7 (OT)  Summary

Upcoming Games:

Volleyball (M)

  January 10 8PM Waterloo @ RMC

  January 11  8PM Guelph @ RMC

Volleyball (W)

  January 10 6PM Waterloo @ RMC

  January 11 6 PM Guelph @ RMC

 

Hockey

January 5th 5PM U of O @ RMC

 

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RMC wins gold and silver in Brussels

RMC’s men’s and women’s épée teams competed in the Challenge Épée Commandant at École Royale Militaire in Brussels this weekend and made us proud. The men took gold in team, while the women came away with the silver against military academies from Belgium, France, Netherlands, Turkey, Germany and Hungary.

Congratulations to the men’s team of Graham Austin, Harrison Kelertas, Kyle English and Jeremy Gauling, the women’s team of Kalina Larocque, Deanna Gilmore, Victoria McCormick and Carmen Kiltz, and coach Patricia Howes.

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Two Intramural Level “All-Star” games were played last week.

RMCC IM hockey “All-Stars” faced- off against an IM Queen’s University team and won 6-1.

The second “All Star” match was Ultimate Frisbee. The Cadets played hard but came up short against a local team – Kingston’s Ultimate Club 15-7.

From all reports both games were a lot of fun and greatly enjoyed by all participants.

 

One Comment

  • Wallace Pelley

    December 3, 2013 at 8:39 am

    I got to see my son today as he was on the hockey team that won against queens university. Just a joy to see his face dressed for his favorite sport
    I really would like to see more on the activities of the first year cadets. It’s so hard for the parents juring this first year having these kids move away and being gone for such a long stint.
    There may not be much to report I realize. But it was a great joy to see him today. Thanks.

    Cheers. Keep up the good work
    Wallace in newfi