All posts by Neil Noonan

My name’s Neil Noonan and I’d rather not talk in the third-person. I’m a first-year Creative Communications student at Red River Collegiate in Winnipeg, Canada.

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"Giant Killers" Named CTV Sportstars of the Week

On Tuesday December 2, 2008, the Providence College men’s soccer team was named the CTV Sport Manitoba Sportstars of the Week.The Providence College men’s soccer team rattled off an amazing 18 straight wins and no losses while at the NCCAA (National Christian College Athletic Association) soccer championships at Austin-Tindall Regional Park in Kissimmee, Florida, earning ...

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Rebel Men Ball at the Prairie Challenge Cup

The Red River College men's basketball team dominated the majority of the competition over the weekend during the third annual Prairie Challenge Cup . The Rebels won by an average of over 19 points in their three matchups against Providence College (91-73), Booth College (98-68), and Canadian Mennonite University (91-82).Lead by head coach and former ...

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Inaugural Player’s of the Week Awarded

The MCAC has awarded their first men's and women's Player of the Week Awards....Men'sProvidence College’s Kris St. Clair has been awarded the inaugural MCAC Men’s Player of the Week Award. The 5’9” point-guard scored 27 points, had 5 steals and 1 blocked shot in a 90-82 overtime loss to Booth College on Saturday during the ...

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Prairie Challenge Cup Pre-Season Basketball

MCAC collegiate men's and women's basketball players will be hitting the court starting Thursday, November 27 when Red River College hosts the Prairie Challenge Cup. The tournament will run from Thursday through Saturday at Red River’s Notre Dame Campus in Winnipeg. Teams taking part in the pre-season event include Providence College, Booth College, Red River ...

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Rebels Women’s Volleyball Team Travels to Minnesota

The lady Rebels were welcomed to Bemidji, Minnesota by Oak Hills Christian College, who were playing their first home games of the season on Halloween night.To the dismay of a large and enthusiastic home crowd, RRC’s Tianna Mager opened the first game with 4 consecutive service aces, launching a 6-0 lead. Oak Hills managed to ...