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Ospreys Volleyball Season Ends in 5th Place

TACOMA, WA — The Rogue Community College Ospreys volleyball team earned a win followed by a loss at the NWAC Volleyball Championships on Saturday, Nov. 23, brining the team's inaugural season to an end in fifth place at the double-elimination tournament.

The Ospreys (28-5, 14-2 NWAC) started the third day of the tournament facing Bellevue College (25-13, 8-4 NWAC), a team that had already eliminated two No. 1 seeds. The Ospreys, seeded No. 1 in the South Region, played an intense back-and-forth match, pulling away in the third set to win 2-1.

Ospreys Volleyball Splits, Advances in NWAC Championships

TACOMA, WA — The Rogue Community College Ospreys volleyball team lost its first match of the day Friday, Nov. 22, but rebounded to win a second match to advance in the NWAC Volleyball Championships.

The Ospreys (28-4, 14-2 NWAC) came out hot against Treasure Valley (23-14, 11-5 NWAC), dominating the first set only to fall in the next three to lose 3-1.

Chorus Prepares to Sing "Messiah" this Sunday

Performances to be in NYC, Grants Pass on Same Day

GRANTS PASS — A group of singers from Rogue Community College will rehearse tonight for the last time before traveling to New York City to perform Handel’s "Messiah" at Carnegie Hall.

Ospreys Volleyball Sweeps in Opening Round of NWAC Championships

TACOMA, WA — The Rogue Community College Ospreys volleyball team swept their opening matchup of the NWAC Volleyball Championships on Thursday, Nov. 21. As the No. 1 seed out of the South Region, the Ospreys faced No. 4 seed Skagit Valley College. The Ospreys won 3-0 (25-20, 25-15, 25-16).

Statewide Invention Competition Kicks Off for 2020

Finals Set for RCC in Medford in June

The 4th Annual Invent Oregon Collegiate Challenge will attract student innovators from across the state

New Sign Helps Tell Totem Pole's Tale

totem sign designed and carved in 1990A new sign near the Redwood Campus totem pole identifies the 24-foot-tall sculpture as the work of pioneering chain saw artist Don Colp.

Frequently misidentified as Native American artwork, the sculpture's history had been largely forgotten over the years. Many people on campus didn't even know it was there, tucked away in a forested area near the Josephine Building.

RCC Presents Free Theater Showcase

The Rogue Community College Fundamentals of Acting class invites the public to a free theater showcase at the Riverside Campus featuring scenes that explore relationships, sexuality and love.

Performances will be at 12:30 p.m. Nov. 26, and at 12:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Dec. 3 in the Rogue Performance Hall in the C Building, 130 E. Eighth St. in Medford. Admission is free; due to strong language and adult content, the show is intended for mature audiences only.

Ospreys Volleyball earns South Region Championship with final match victory

MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College Ospreys downed Southwest Oregon Community College 3-0 at home on Tuesday November12 to cement a Northwest Athletic Conference South Region Championship. The commanding victory was the final match of the Ospreys’ first volleyball season. Their win, combined with a Lane Community College loss, edged the Ospreys into the South Region Championship.

The Ospreys (26-3, 14-2 NWAC) were celebrating sophomore night against Southwest Oregon (17-17, 4-12 NWAC). After dominating in the first two sets, they played a close third to win with ease 3-0.

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