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Ospreys Volleyball Wins, Soccer Teams Fall in Clark Triple Header

MEDFORD — The Rogue Community College Ospreys men’s and women’s soccer teams and volleyball were all in action at home Saturday, Sept. 21. All three teams hosted Clark College. Women’s soccer started hot but fell 4-1. Men’s soccer battled but fell 2-0. Volleyball came out strong and won 3-0 in three closely contested matches. 

Ospreys Volleyball Defeats Mt. Hood 3-1

MEDFORD — The Rogue Community College Ospreys volleyball team defeated Mt. Hood 3-1 at home on Friday, Sept. 20. The Ospreys improved to 13-1 on the year and remain atop the NWAC South Region standings.

The Ospreys (13-1, 2-0 NWAC) came out slow against Mt. Hood (9-6, 1-1 NWAC) and struggled to find a rhythm in the first game. They fell 25-18. After gathering themselves before the second game they came out and found their pace, winning 25-16. They rolled through the third set 25-13 and battled in the fourth to a 25-18 result to win the match 3-1.

Ospreys Men’s Soccer Earns 2-1 Win Over Chemeketa

MEDFORD — The Rogue Community College Ospreys men’s soccer team was on the road in Salem Wednesday, Sept. 18 taking on Chemeketa Community College. It was an aggressive game between the two squads, but Rogue earned the victory with a 2-1 result.

The Ospreys (3-2-2, 1-0-1 NWAC) were looking for only their second victory in against Chemeketa (1-2-1, 1-1-0 NWAC) in program history and they got off to a good start in the first half. In the 20th minute Rogue earned a penalty kick and Jhoel Sarraude put it away to put the Ospreys up 1-0. The score remained 1-0 going into the half.

Ospreys Volleyball goes 3-1 at Crossover Tournament

MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Volleyball program continued to have success at the weekend Crossover Tournament in Centralia, WA. They went 3-1 overall, dropping their first match of the year, but remain at a strong 12-1 and in first place in the South Region of NWAC.

Ospreys Athletics Opens Region Play with a Win, Loss, Draw

MEDFORD — The Rogue Community College Ospreys women’s and men’s soccer teams and women’s volleyball opened play in the NWAC Southern Region on Wednesday, Sept. 11. Volleyball remained undefeated on the year with a 3-1 win on the road. At home, the women’s soccer team fought to a 1-1 draw and men’s soccer dropped the match 2-1.

Flags at Half-Staff in in Remembrance of Sept. 11

flag half staff for 911
Rogue Community College is flying all flags at half-staff today, Wednesday, Sept. 11, for Patriot Day in remembrance of Sept. 11, 2001, in accordance with the proclamation issued by President Donald Trump and by order of Gov. Kate Brown. Flags should remain lowered until sunset.

Ospreys Soccer Gets a Win and Tie Against North Idaho

MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Men’s and Women’s soccer team took on North Idaho College on Saturday September 7th. The Ospreys men were up first and earned a 2-0 victory. The women followed in a tense match and earned a 3-3 tie.

RCC Foundation Announces 2019 Outstanding Alums

Eric and Amy Walport, 2019 Outstanding Alumni Awardees
The Rogue Community College Foundation is pleased to announce Eric and Amy Walport as recipients of the 2019 Outstanding Alumni Award.

Ospreys Volleyball Remains Perfect After 3-0 Win at College of the Siskiyous

WEED, CALIF. — The Rogue Community College Ospreys volleyball team remains undefeated after a 3-0 victory at College of the Siskiyous on Monday, Sept. 2.

The Ospreys (8-0, 0-0 NWAC) came out flat against the College of the Siskiyous Eagles (1-4). They struggled to communicate and fell behind early in the first set, then crawled back into the game and earned a 25-23 result. The second match played smoother and finished 25-15. The third set looked like the first as they struggled and fell behind early but ultimately fought back and earned the 27-25 victory to sweep the match.

HOLA Summer Program Helps Latino Students Succeed at RCC

Rogue Community College offers a summer bridge program to help Latino students who have recently graduated from high school continue to succeed at the college level

Now in its ninth year, the Helping Oregon Latinos Advance (HOLA) program is a fun and free five-day program that offers students an opportunity to connect with peers and learn about college resources before fall classes begin. Transportation, lunch, snacks and college gear are provided.

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