VARSITY

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Men’s Basketball OUA- Men’s Basketball CIS – Men’s Basketball
Women’s Basketball OUA – Women’s Basketball CIS – Women’s Basketball
Men’s and Women’s Running OUA – Cross Country CIS Men’s Running / CIS Women’s Running
Men’s and Women’s Fencing OUA – Fencing
Hockey OUA- Men’s Hockey CIS – Men’s 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
Taekwondo
Men’s Volleyball OUA – Men’s Volleyball CIS – Men’s Volleyball
Women’s Volleyball OUA – Women’s Volleyball CIS – Women’s Volleyball

Recent Results & Upcoming Varsity Sports through January / February

Highlights: (W) Volleyball Moving Towards a Legitimate Shot at a Play-off Berth; Wins a Crucial Road Match At University of Windsor.


January

18 Hockey RMC 2 @ Queen’s 4 // Gaels win city battle

21 (W) Basketball RMC 30 @ Toronto 64 // BLUES RUN OVER RMC

21 (M) Basketball RMC 44 @ Toronto 117 // BLUES TOP 100, DOMINATE PALADINS 117-44

21 (W) Volleyball RMC 0 @ Western 3 // Mustangs dominate in win over RMC

21 (M) Volleyball RMC 0 @ Western 3 // May, Waite lead Mustangs past Paladins

21 Hockey Nipissing 5 @ RMC 2 // Lakers escape with 5-2 win over RMC

22 Hockey Nipissing 5 @ RMC 3 // Bailey turns trick to lead Lakers to win

22 (W) Basketball RMC 44 @ Ryerson 68 // Rams win fourth in a row

22 (M) Basketball RMC 43 @ Ryerson 81 // Rams defeat RMC for fourth straight win

22 (W) Volleyball RMC 3 @ Windsor 2 // Women’s Volleyball falls just short to RMC

22 (M) Volleyball RMC 0 @ Windsor 3 // Lancer men’s volleyball splits weekend at home

28 (W) Basketball RMC @ Carleton- 6 PM

28 (M) Basketball RMC @ Carleton – 8 PM

29 Hockey Ryerson @ RMC – 7 PM

29 (W) Basketball RMC @ Ottawa – 6 PM

29 (M) Basketball RMC @ Ottawa – 8 PM

*29 (W) Volleyball Toronto @ RMC – 2 PM * Playoff implications

29 (M) Volleyball Toronto @ RMC – 4 PM

30 Hockey Toronto @ RMC – 2 PM

30 (W) Volleyball Queen’s @ RMC – 2 PM

FEBRUARY:

4 (W) Basketball Ryerson @ RMC – 6 PM

4 (M) Basketball – Ryerson @ RMC – 8PM

5 (W) Basketball Toronto @ RMC – 2 PM

5 (M) Volleyball RMC @ York – 2 PM

5 (M) Basketball – Toronto @ RMC – 4 PM

5 (W) Volleyball RMC @ York – TBA

5-6 OUA Women’s Fencing Championship @ RMC 9 AM – most of both days – OUA Final

5 Hockey Queen’s @ RMC – 7 PM Carr-Harris Game

6 (W) Volleyball RMC @ Ryerson – 1 PM

6 (M) Volleyball RMC @ Ryerson – 3PM

10 Hockey Ryerson @ RMC – 7 PM

11 (W) Basketball Laurentian @ RMC – 6 PM

11 Feb (M) Basketball – Laurentian @ RMC – 8 PM

12 (W) Volleyball Guelph @ RMC – 12 noon

12 (M) Volleyball Guelph @ RMC – 2PM

12 (W) Basketball York @ RMC – 6 PM

12 Feb (M) Basketball – York @ RMC – 8 PM

13 (W) Volleyball McMaster vs. RMC – 12 noon

13 (M) Volleyball McMaster @ RMC – 2PM

18 (W) Basketball RMC @ Queen’s – 6 PM

18 Feb (M) Basketball – RMC @ Queen’s – 8 PM

19 – 20 (Men) Fencing OUA Championship Brock OUA Final

Play-off dates, if applicable, will be posted in the near future

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RMC Track and Field Team at U of T (Fred Foot Classic)

By: CJB

The RMC Track and Field team travelled to U of T this past weekend to take on various OUA schools. With a more confidence in their ability to race, the team, on a 200m track, earned points in eight events, and set 8 new personnel best times.

In the sprinters, special mention goes to Felix-Olivier Cordeau (photo left), who beat his 60 metre PB in his heat, and then beat it again in the final. He then raced a strong 300 metre, placing third overall and setting a new PB. Running from the inside lane, Felix-Olivier was able to take away the staggers half way through the race and then held on for the Race Section win. Amy Thonrton led to women, quick out of the blocks in the 300, her form helped her push to the end to place 8th, and set a new PB.

Stuck in the slow heat, our middle distance runners will be hoping for better pacing at next week’s race. David Bernatchez led his 600 metre heat, finishing 8th overall in 1:32.80. In the women’s 1000 metre, Laura Virgin placed 12th, also setting a new PB.

In the first 1500m heat, Richard Hayes pushed for an early lead, but, John Marshall was able to quickly close it up and lead the RMC men in a time of 4:24.85, with Richard mere seconds behind. The second heat’s lead was traded continuously between Donald Saul and Eric Henderson, with Eric pushing through the final laps to finish in 4:33.63.

In the 4×800 metre relay, the boys, fresh from the 1500 metre races, averaged 35 second 200 metre laps, with finish times between 2:10 and 2:21. Marshall, Hayes, Saul and Henderson placed 1st, setting a time for the season that, as the 3rd fastest all-time time, will be a challenge to beat.

Next Race: McGill Team challenge on Friday/Saturday, January 28/29. Interested in more information about the running program at RMC, please email [email protected].

Full results from the 2011 Fred Foot Memorial track and field meet.

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