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Rebel Men Focus In On Championship

Similar to their 2007 and 2008 late season stretches, the Rebel men’s basketball team is once again the consensus favourite to capture the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference title. But unlike previous seasons, the Rebels plan to have a completely different mindset heading into this year’s Final Four Basketball Championships.In the two previous conference championship games, ...

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Sherri Bowles Named MCAC Female Athlete of the Week

Assiniboine Community College’s Sherri Bowles has been named the MCAC female Athlete of the Week. The first year Business Administration student and hockey player accomplished quite an amazing feat on Friday, January 23. Bowles scored a hat trick in the first two periods of the lady-Cougars’ 16-1 drubbing of the Strathclair Women’s Hockey Club. Not ...

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Adam Kerkowich Named MCAC Male Athlete of the Week

Assiniboine Community College’s Adam Kerkowich has been named the MCAC male Athlete of the Week. The 22 year-old Agri-Business student scored two goals and added two assists in the Cougar’s 5-5 tie with Canadian Mennonite University on Sunday night. Kerkowich, who hails from Neepawa, Manitoba has now amassed four goals and seven assists this season ...

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Rebel Men Exibit National Prowess

Currently unbeaten in the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference, the Red River College Rebels men’s volleyball team has dominated every one of their matches against local competition. Thanks to Niagara College's Big Kahuna Volleyball Classic, they were finally given a chance to test their mettle against national competition.The Rebels were the only Manitoba team invited to ...

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MCAC Executive Director Wedlake Awarded 2009 "Good Guy"

On Sunday evening at the annual awards ceremony for the Manitoba Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association, the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference executive director Bill Wedlake was awarded the “Dallas Beck Good Guy Award.”The event took place at the Delta Hotel in downtown Winnipeg, with a variety of sports personalities from across Manitoba in attendance. Wedlake was ...