...2017 Soccer Season with a Pair of Scrimmages
A set of friendly scrimmages on Saturday, August 12 against Lane Community College and Oregon Tech began a year with high expectations for the Rogue Community College women’s soccer program. While in its third year, this is the first year of the program that Coach Rusty Veth has a solid group of veteran returners who understand the expectations for the team; on the field and in the classroom.
...on the 2017 Soccer Season with a Scrimmage at SOU
The Ospreys men took on Southern Oregon University in a friendly scrimmage on Saturday, August 12, beginning the third season for a program that is primed and ready for results.
GRESHAM, Ore. – Four Rogue Community College (RCC) distance runners battled the unseasonably high heat as they closed out the track season at the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) Championships over the weekend at Mt. Hood Community College. Mallory Ward earned sixth place in the 10,000-meter with a time of 43:18.49, while Allex Bachtell finished with a time of 47:31.79. On the men’s side, the sophomore duo of Devin Rodman (36:45.49) and Nigel Leonis (37:11.22) finished in the top ten of the 10,000-meter.
Ospreys Soccer Bring Home All Star Honors
The Rogue Community College (RCC) women’s soccer team earned post-season accolades for a stellar sophomore program effort. Head coach Rusty Veth was named South-West Region Coach of the Year by the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) for bringing Rogue from a 0-11-1 record in their inaugural season to a 5-6-1 mark this season, missing a playoff berth by only one game during their second year of NWAC play.
Cross Country records solid times in prep for NWAC Championship meet
MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College women’s soccer team earned post-season accolades for a stellar sophomore program effort. Head coach Rusty Veth was named south region coach of the year by the NWAC for bringing Rogue from a 0-11-1 record in their inaugural season, to a 5-6-1 mark this season, missing a playoff berth by one game during their second year of NWAC play.
RCC Women’s Soccer @ChemeketaRCC 5 – CCC 1
RCC Men’s Soccer @ChemeketaCCC 8 – RCC 1
The Rogue Community College (RCC) Ospreys women’s soccer team (5-6-1) (5-8-1) earned a 5-1 victory to close out the 2016 soccer season at Chemeketa Community College (CCC) (0-11-0) (0-16-0) Saturday, October 29, in Salem.
The Rogue Community College (RCC) Ospreys Men’s soccer team (5-7-1) (7-8-1) earned a 2-0 shutout against Southwestern Oregon Community College (SWCC) (0-12-0) (0-15-1) Saturday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Community Park to close out their last regular season home game of the year. Brandon Sauceda picked up his 16th and 17th points of the season when he struck the first goal to put Rogue on the scoreboard in the 15th minute.
RCC Hosts Final Home Games of the Regular Season Saturday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Community Park in Medford
The Rogue Community College (4-3-1) (4-5-1) Women’s Soccer team shutout the Portland Community College (1-8-0) (1-9-2) Panthers 2-0, Saturday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Fields in Medford. Rogue soccer added Typhoon Songda to the roster as they played most of the game in an unrelenting downpour.
The Rogue Community College men’s soccer team fell to top-ranked Chemeketa Community College (8-8-1) (8-3-3) Wednesday afternoon 5-2. Rogue (4-5-1) (6-6-1) was hoping for a road win to stay in playoff contention as regular season play winds up at the end of October.
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