Men’s and Women’s Fencing OUA – Fencing
Hockey OUA- Men’s Hockey CIS – Hockey
Rugby OUA – Men’s Rugby
Men’s Soccer OUA – Men’s Soccer CIS – Men’s Soccer
Women’s Soccer OUA – Women’s Soccer CIS – Women’s Soccer
Men’s Volleyball OUA – Men’s Volleyball CIS – Men’s Volleyball
Women’s Volleyball OUA – Women’s Volleyball CIS – Women’s Volleyball


Recent OUA Results:


Fri, Nov 21,  Waterloo 8  RMC 2  Box Score

Sat, Nov 22,  Laurier  RMC

(M) Volleyball:

Fri, Nov 21 RMC 1  Queen’s 3  Box Score

(W) Volleyball:

Fri, Nov 21 Brock 2 RMC 3  Box Score

Sat, Nov 22 Lakehead 3 RMC 1 Box Score

Upcoming Games:


Sat, Nov 29, 7:00 pm Concordia at RMC

(M) Volleyball:

Sat. 29 Nov RMC at Nipissing 2:00 PM – Robert J Surtees Student Athletics Centre;

Sun 30 Nov RMC at York 4:00 PM Tait MacKenzie Gymnasium

(W) Volleyball:

Sat 29 Nov RMC at Nipissing 12:00 PM- Robert J Surtees Student Athletics Centre;

Sun 30 Nov RMC at York 2 PM – Tait MacKenzie Gymnasium


Sports Capsule


(W) Volleyball capture first win of the season in exciting fashion

Nicole Behnke and Danielle Vortisch tallied 28 and 25 points respectively, pacing the RMCC women’s volleyball team to a 3-2 thrilling victory over Brock University Friday evening. It was the first win of the season for the local team. The Paladins won by set scores of: 25-19; 26-24; 20-25; 14-25; and 17-15.

On Saturday, the lady vb Paladins fell 3-1 to Lakehead University. Scores were close: they lost 28-26; 25-19; & 25-21. The win was close too – 25-23.  Following weekend play their record stood at 1 win – 8 losses.

The team travels to North Bay and York University this coming Sat & Sunday. – See details above.


Hockey Paladins earn first point  in 14 games

Eric Louis-Seize of the Paladins, scored three goals and assisted on two others in a heart breaking 6-5 double overtime loss against Wilfrid Laurier University saturday evening at Constantine arena.

The game was nip and tuck from start to finish. Neither team could gain more than a one goal lead at any time in the game. Each period ended in a tie 2-2; 4-4 & 5-5.

Evan Deviller coming off an injury which has kept him sidelined the past few games returned to play goal and faced a total of 48 shots. 28 of the shots came from the beginning of the 3rd period till the eventual winner at the 8:33 mark of OT.

With the overtime loss, RMCC earned their first point of the season. Their record at the half way point of the season is 0 wins; 13 losses and the overtime loss. Paladins trail Concordia (5 wins-11 losses) by 9 points for the final play-off spot.

On Friday night, visiting Waterloo Warriors crushed the Paladins 8-2. Goalie, Paul Mazzolin had a total of 49 shots fired his way. Bruce Hornbrook and Brett Pinder tallied for the home team.

Next Saturday, 29 Nov – 7 PM, the Paladins host Concordia at Constantine. Often referred to as a 4 point game.


(M) Volleyball – Second game win hardly a consolation prize in 3-1 loss to Queen’s

Blake McClelland led both teams in digs with 14 while Adam Lupton chipped in with 13 points as Queen’s defeated RMCC 3-1 on Friday night at the ARC Main Gym.

The loss left RMCC with a 0 & 8 record. Queen’s evened their season slate to 4 & 4.

This coming Sat – 29 Nov, the Paladins travel to North Bay to take on Nipissing at the Robert J Surtees Student Athletics Centre. First serve is slated for 2PM. Of particular interest in the match – Nipissing sits only one game ahead of RMCC with a 1 & 7 win / loss record.