Despite initial successes, the Rogue Community College (RCC) Ospreys Athletic Department announced today that it has discontinued the cross-country and long distance track programs. Participation has not met expectations.
Medford – Rogue Community College Ospreys and former North Medford Black Tornado star Haley Janky has committed to Oregon Tech’s women’s soccer program for the fall 2018 season.
Following a high school playing career at North Medford, Janky committed to joining an Ospreys program that was beginning its second year of Northwest Athletic Conference play. In her two years, Janky started every game, earned both All-Region and All-Star honors, carried a full course load, maintained a 3.6 GPA. She will graduate this spring with her associate degree.
MEDFORD –– Eight Rogue Community College student athletes were named to the South Division All-Region teams in the Northwest Athletic Conference on Monday, Nov. 27. The All-Region teams are comprised of players who were not named to the NWAC Soccer All-Star Team and were nominated by their coaches for contributions made during the season, both on and off the field.
MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College Ospreys men’s soccer team ended its season Wednesday, Nov. 1, with a 4-0 loss to Pierce College in the first round of the Northwest Athletic Conference single-elimination playoffs.
MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College men’s soccer team lost the division championship 2-0 to Portland Community College on Saturday, Oct. 28. The loss means the Ospreys ended regular season play in second place within the NWAC South Division and advance this week to the Northwest Athletic Conference playoffs.
Meanwhile, the season ended abruptly for the Ospreys women on Thursday, Oct. 26, when Portland Community College forfeited the final match, resulting in a 1-0 victory for the Ospreys. The Ospreys women finish the season in fourth place in the South Division.
MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College men’s soccer team will square off against Portland Community College this Saturday, Oct. 28, in a match that will decide the division title.
Although the match is the last in regular season play for the two teams, the Panthers (9-1-2, 7-0-2 NWAC) and the Ospreys (7-2-2, 6-1-2) are ranked No. 1 and 2 in the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) South Division. The winner of Saturday’s de facto championship game will earn the division title and a first-round bye in the conference playoffs, which begin Nov. 1.
VANCOUVER, Wash. – The Rogue Community College Ospreys were on the road Wednesday, Oct. 25, taking on Clark College in simultaneous games at the Harmony Sport Complex. The men finished in a 0-0 draw, setting up a South Division Championship match between the Ospreys and Portland Community College on Saturday. The Ospreys women fell to Clark 2-0.
MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College Ospreys women’s and men’s teams were in action Saturday, Oct. 21, in back-to-back games of Northwest Athletic Conference play. The women took on Clackamas Community College and earned a 1-1 decision, which eliminated Rogue from the playoff hunt. The men faced Chemeketa Community College and, in a 2-0 decision, lost their first game of the regular season.
MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College Ospreys women’s soccer team collected a 2-0 victory at home Wednesday, Oct. 18, against Southwestern Oregon Community College. The Ospreys completed the 2-0 shutout behind two goals from Haley Janky and six saves from goalkeeper Lilly Barrett.
The Ospreys (3-6-2, 3-4-2 NWAC) came out hard against SWOCC (4-7-2, 3-6-1) looking to keep the winning momentum going and continue the push toward playoffs. During the 8th minute, Haley Janky took control of the ball just outside the box and found the back of the net to put the Ospreys up 1-0.
MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College men’s and women’s soccer teams each tallied on win on Saturday, Oct. 14. The Ospreys women faced Chemeketa Community College at home and got the 2-0 victory behind an assist and goal from Haley Janky. The Ospreys men were on the road in Eugene taking on Lane Community College and earned a 2-0 victory securing a playoff berth for the first time in program history.