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Game Recaps Archive (2021)


Ospreys Celebrate Multiple Post Season Awards

MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Volleyball and Men’s Soccer programs celebrated a record number of post-season awards after both programs win NWAC South Region Championships. Between the two a combined 8 All-Stars, 1 MVP, and 1 Coach of the Year award were received.

Men’s Soccer earned its first region championship after the long wait for the 2020 season. Along the way Jhoel Sarraude would earn the programs 2nd Conference Athlete of the Week award. His efforts would also earn him the South Region MVP award. The 2nd MVP in Men’s Soccer history. Head Coach Greg Millick, who founded the program and will start his 7th year in the fall, earned his 2nd Coach of the Year award. Sarraude and 4 of his teammates would also be named to the South Region All-Star Team. The team is returning the majority of its roster and will look to repeat as champions.

Volleyball completed its second season with a stunning 3-1 upset of the undefeated Lane on the road. The back-to-back NWAC South Region Championships to start program history came with the programs 2nd Conference Athlete of the Week in Devin Ireland along with 4 South Region players of the week. Ireland led the team with 2 of the player of the week awards. Their efforts earned them 3 All-Stars on the season. The program is returning 7 players and will be looking to three-peat in the fall of 2021.

Men’s Soccer:
Coach of the Year: Greg Millick
South Region MVP: Jhoel Sarraude
All-Stars: Jhoel Sarraude, Josue Reyes, Gio Rodriguez, Randy Rodriguez, & Bryce McCole

Volleyball:
1st Team All-Star: Trinity Atuatasi & Noelani Beard
2nd Team All-Star: Amanda Klotz

NWAC Website


Ospreys Volleyball Wins 3-1; Back-to-Back Champions!

EUGENE – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Volleyball team was on the road against the undefeated Lane Community College for the South Region Championship. Looking to avenge their losses earlier this seasons the Ospreys came out with confidence, defense, and a spread attack to win 3-1 (26-24, 17-25, 25-20, 25-21) and go back-to-back as NWAC South Region Champions to start the programs 2-year history.

The Ospreys (11-3) were coming of a delayed semi-final match against Linn-Benton knowing they had to start hot to beat the undefeated Lane (16-1) if they wanted to repeat as South Region Champions. The first set showed the talent of the two teams as they went back-and-forth until the Ospreys built a small lead and held on to win 26-24. The second set saw the talent of Lane come forth as they opened up a lead they would not give back to win 25-17.

Going into the third set the Ospreys settled into the style that has set the tone for the program over their first 2 years. Their defense would lead and their ability to hit from anywhere on the floor pushed through to win the third 25-20. The fourth set fell right into the Ospreys hands as they went back-and-forth until the strong defense and quick attack won the set 25-21 and the match 3-1.

The Ospreys repeat as NWAC South Region Champions to start the programs two year history. Over that time they have accumulated 11 players of the week, 2 adidas NWAC athletes of the week, five 1st team all-stars, two 2nd team all-stars, 3 academic excellence awards, 5 4-year signings, and coach of the year for 2019 and pending for 2020.

The Ospreys will return for their third season this coming Fall.  

NWAC Website


Ospreys Volleyball Heads to Championship Match with 3-0 Win

GRANTS PASS – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Volleyball team was hosting Linn-Benton Community College Tuesday May 25th for the semi-final match in the NWAC South Region Championships. The Ospreys came out swinging and dominated with blocks at the net to go up big early and fight for the sweep winning 3-0 (25-13, 25-11, 25-22).

The Ospreys (10-3) came out with energy against Linn-Benton (10-5) and an aggressive attack hitting balls from all angles while the front line held down the net with consistent blocking all night long. They would pull ahead in the first two sets, leading by double digits, winning the first 25-13 and the second 25-11.

The third set was different as Linn-Benton found their stride taking a five point lead early. The Ospreys would pull it back to a tie at 13-13 where the teams would go back and forth until the Ospreys took a two point advantage 21-19. They would hold the lead to a 25-22 win and sweep the semi-final match 3-0.

The Ospreys will head to Lane Community College (16-0) Thursday May 27th at 6pm to play for the South Region Championship.     

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Ospreys Men’s Soccer Takes Season Title with 2-0 Win

SALEM – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Men’s Soccer team was on the road in Salem taking on Chemeketa Community College Saturday May 22nd. The Ospreys found themselves in a closely contested battle but scored in the 44th minute and sealed the victory with a penalty kick in the 88th minute to win 2-0. For the first time in the programs 6 year history they will finish the season in first place in the NWAC South Region with a 4-2 record.

The Ospreys (4-2) wanted to avenge their loss from the week before and lock in their first ever 1st place finish in the South Region in their final game of the season. Chemeketa (2-2-1) has proven to be a tough competitor throughout the season and today was no different. The two teams would go back and forth in the first half until Randy Rodriguez drove down the right side in the 44th minute and played the ball across to Jhoel Sarraude who headed the ball into the net to go up 1-0. The score would hold until the half.

The second half looked similar to the first as both teams pushed for an opportunity when in the 88th minute the Chemeketa keeper was called for a yellow card in the box leading to a penalty kick that was converted by Jhoel Sarraude to take the 2-0 lead. The score would hold the Ospreys would win 2-0.

The Ospreys finish the season with a 4-2 record and with 12 points will secure their first ever South Region season title. They will return to the field in August for the 2021 season.       

NWAC Website


Ospreys Men’s Soccer Earns 2-0 Win Over Lane

EUGENE – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Men’s Soccer team was on the road in Eugene taking on Lane Community College Wednesday May 19th. The Ospreys absorbed an early rush by Lane to ultimately control possession scoring in both halves while earning their first clean sheet of the season. The Ospreys were led by Jhoel Sarraude with a goal and an assist to Bryce McCole for his goal.

The Ospreys (3-2) wanted to control possession against Lane (1-3-1) and work their way through the field for scoring opportunities. Lane came with the offensive pressure early and often when in the 32nd minute Dayne Kubo cleared a ball to the midline where Albert Barillas had an amazingly soft touch to the middle for Jhoel Sarraude who played it through the back line to Bryce McCole who put it into the net. The Ospreys would go into the half up 1-0.

They knew they would have to score again to ensure the victory and the Ospreys came out with their attack earning a free kick from outside the box on the left side. Jhoel Sarraude would strike a bending ball into the upper left corner to score in the 48th minute and take the 2-0 lead. The Ospreys defense did the rest as they earned their first clean sheet of the season.

The Ospreys will head to Chemeketa (2-1-1) on Saturday May 22nd at 12pm. It is the final game of the season for Men’s Soccer. They currently sit in 1st place in the South Region standings.  

NWAC Website


Ospreys Volleyball Wins 3-1, Advances to Final Four

GRANTS PASS – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Volleyball team hosted Clackamas Community College on Tuesday May 18th in the first round of the single elimination South Region Championships. The Ospreys started strong, stumbled in the middle, and then finished with style to win 3-1 (25-15, 25-27, 25-19, 25-5). The win moves the Ospreys to a final four home match against Linn-Benton Friday May 21st at 6pm.

The Ospreys (9-3) came out strong in the first set holding a comfortable lead throughout to win 25-15. The second set saw the Ospreys stumble as they went back and forth with a determined Clackamas (4-10) who fought to hold tie after tie until they pulled ahead for the 27-25 win.

The third set saw the Ospreys correct self-errors and find their offensive rhythm to find a lead and hold it to a 25-19 finish. The 4th set saw the Ospreys finish the first round playoff match with style as Allie Hertager started off the set with an 18 point service run until Clackamas grabbed a point. The Ospreys would finish the set 25-5 and win the match 3-1.

The Ospreys move into the final four of the South Region playoffs and will host Linn-Benton (10-4) at 6pm on Friday May 21st. The winner will play in the championship match Friday May 28th with the highest remaining seed hosting.    

NWAC Website


Ospreys Soccer Falls 1-0 on the Road

SALEM – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Men’s Soccer team was on the road against Chemeketa Community College Saturday May 15th. Chemeketa would find the net in the first 10 minutes of the match and it would be the only goal on the day as the Ospreys would lose 1-0.

The Ospreys (2-2) were hoping to hold onto their first place lead against Chemeketa (2-1-1) on Saturday. But after an early goal from Chemeketa to go up 1-0 players from both teams would receive red cards making it a 10v10 match for the final 80 plus minutes. The 1-0 score would hold through the entire match with Chemeketa winning the day.

The Ospreys will be on the road again next week, Wednesday May 19th at 12:00pm, in Eugene Oregon taking on Lane Community College (1-2-1) for their final matchup of the season. The Ospreys now sit in 2nd place in the South Region standings.

NWAC Website


Ospreys Soccer Falls 1-0 on the Road

SALEM – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Men’s Soccer team was on the road against Chemeketa Community College Saturday May 15th. Chemeketa would find the net in the first 10 minutes of the match and it would be the only goal on the day as the Ospreys would lose 1-0.

The Ospreys (2-2) were hoping to hold onto their first place lead against Chemeketa (2-1-1) on Saturday. But after an early goal from Chemeketa to go up 1-0 players from both teams would receive red cards making it a 10v10 match for the final 80 plus minutes. The 1-0 score would hold through the entire match with Chemeketa winning the day.

The Ospreys will be on the road again next week, Wednesday May 19th at 12:00pm, in Eugene Oregon taking on Lane Community College (1-2-1) for their final matchup of the season. The Ospreys now sit in 2nd place in the South Region standings.

NWAC Website


Ospreys Volleyball Finishes Season in 2nd after Final Game Cancelled

GRANTS PASS – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Volleyball team was set to host Linn-Benton tonight at 4pm in the final game of the regular season. Late this morning Linn-Benton cancelled due to COVID protocols. The result of the cancelled match sees Ospreys Volleyball finish in 2nd place at the end of the regular season.

As a second place finisher Volleyball will have home court advantage through the first two rounds of the Region based playoff. The first match will be Tuesday May 18th at 6pm. The opponent will be determined later this evening after the results of the other matches in the South.

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Ospreys Volleyball Falls 3-1 on the Road

GRANTS PASS – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Volleyball team was on the road against Linn-Benton Community College Wednesday May 12th. The Ospreys found themselves in a come-from-behind battle all night long. It proved too much as they would lose 3-1 (17-25, 25-23, 20-25, 22-25).

The Ospreys (8-3) first set against Linn-Benton (9-4) set the theme of the night. They fell behind early and attempted to play catch up only to lose 17-25. In the second set it was a close battle and came down to a long 23-23 rally for the 24th point that the Ospreys won. It would carry them to the 25-23 win and tie the match 1-1.

In the third set the Ospreys fell behind big early, fought back to make it close, but ultimately fell 20-25. The final set of the night was a point-for-point battle up until the end when Linn-Benton went on a small run and won the set 25-22 and the match 3-1.

The Ospreys host Linn-Benton Friday May 14th at 4pm in the final game of the regular season. If they win they will enter the playoffs with a number two seed, if they lose they will drop to the number 3 seed. Either result will see the Ospreys host a match in the first round Tuesday May 18th at 6pm.

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Ospreys Volleyball Downs Clackamas 3-0

GRANTS PASS – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Volleyball team was hosting Clackamas Community College on Friday May 7th. After a tough battle that went the distance Wednesday the Ospreys returned to form to win in straight sets 3-0 (25-20, 25-22, 25-22).

The Ospreys (8-2) looked to start strong against Clackamas (4-8) after falling behind earlier in the week. They just did that as they jumped out to a lead and held onto it throughout the first set. They would win 25-20.

The second set was a closer match as the Clackamas defense kicked in. They held it tight but the Ospreys stayed in front to close out the set 25-22. The final set saw Clackamas put up a fight as they took the lead late in the set only to see the Ospreys fight back into a tie and pull into a lead that would carry them to the 25-22 win and 3-0 in the match.

The Ospreys will be on the road next week against Linn-Benton Community College (8-4) in their final home and away series of the regular season. They will play Wednesday May 12th at 6pm. The Ospreys are back into second place in the NWAC South Region standings and can secure a second place finish by winning at least one game next week. 

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Ospreys Volleyball Battles to Victory in Return to Action

GRANTS PASS – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Volleyball team was back in action Wednesday May 5th on the road against Clackamas Community College after a two week pause due to COVID protocols. They fell behind early and battled back and forth with a tough Clackamas team to take the 3-2 (23-25, 25-21, 26-28, 25-18, 15-5) victory.

The Ospreys (7-2) faced stiff competition on the road against Clackamas (4-7) in their return to action. They went back and forth in the first set only to fall behind late and drop the set 23-25. The second set looked much like the first but this time the Ospreys were in control and they won 25-21.

The third set started off promising with a 20-12 lead only to see Clackamas fight their way back into the set and force an extend match that they would win 28-26. The Ospreys found themselves in the break between the 3rd and 4th sets finding themselves once again up 20-12 only to close it out and win 25-18. In the fifth set they started hot and never looked back taking set 15-5 and the match 3-2.

The Ospreys sit in 2nd place in the South Region of the NWAC. They will host Clackamas in Friday May 7th in Grants Pass at 6pm in their next match. Next week they face Linn-Benton (6-2) in a home and away to close out the season. 

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RCC Volleyball team wins over Clackamas


Ospreys Defense Wins the Day over Lane

GRANTS PASS – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Men’s Soccer team was hosting Lane Community College in their final home match of the shortened spring season. The Ospreys scored early and held strong on defense to secure the 2-1 win. Goals by Bryce McCole and Josue Reyes with a game winning 1v1 save by keeper Gio Rodriguez.

The Ospreys (2-1) came out on the attack early looking to match their offensive output from their previous match. In the 7th minute Sam Macias played a ball through the Lane (1-1) back line to Bryce McCole on the left side who launched it into the back of the net to go up 1-0. The Ospreys defense would hold Lane to zero shots in the first half to go into half up 1-0.

The second half saw Lane pick up the offensive attack. In the 67th minute Lane got a corner opportunity and capitalized off a header finish to equalize at 1-1. Then late in the match as the two teams looked for chances the Lane keeper earned a yellow in the box to give Josue Reyes the penalty kick opportunity. He would convert to go up 2-1.

The play of the match happened in the final 10 minutes as Lane pushed to equalize and found a 1v1 opportunity on the left side. Keeper Gio Rodriguez charged from the goal and made the cross body slide to save the shot. The defense would hold and the Ospreys would win 2-1.

The Ospreys sit atop the South Region NWAC standings with three games to play. They will be on the road next against Chemeketa (0-1) Saturday May 15th in Salem OR at 12pm.

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Photography by Michael Miller

5.5.2021 Mens Soccer at play

5.5.2021 Mens Soccer at play

5.5.2021 Mens Soccer at play


COVID Protocols Impact Ospreys Athletics

MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College Ospreys athletics program was impacted by multiple COVID protocols the week of April 19th. Men’s soccer learned that their scheduled opponent over the next two weeks was going into a 14-day pause in relation to COVID protocols. They will attempt to reschedule those contests.

Ospreys Volleyball is also shutting down for a 14-day pause through May 1st due to COVID protocols. They were scheduled to play 4 games during that time period against Linn-Benton and Mt. Hood Community Colleges. They will attempt to reschedule if they are able. 

Both Men’s Soccer and Volleyball are playing in a shortened region-based spring NWAC Season. Women’s soccer opted out of competition for the spring. Men’s Soccer and Volleyball both sit in 2nd place in the South Region standings.

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Ospreys Weather the Storm to Notch First Win

MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Men’s Soccer team hosted Chemeketa Community College on Saturday April 17th. A slow first half saw the tempo pick up in the second as the Ospreys unleashed their balanced offensive attack led by Jhoel Sarraude and Randy Rodriguez to win 3-2.

The Ospreys (1-1) were looking to find their offensive attack against Chemeketa (0-1) after a tough opening day loss. They did just that with 18 shots and 14 of them on goal. The first goal came early, the 7th minute, as Randy Rodriguez played the ball in from the right side to Jhoel Sarraude who collided with a defender and the keeper only to see the ball bounce through and roll into the goal. The Ospreys would maintain pressure for the half but end it up 1-0.

The second match saw Chemeketa adjust and push the pace looking to equalize. In the 51st minute they would sneak one inside the left post just under the diving Gio Rodriguez to equalize at 1-1. Then in the 62nd minute the first of three 1v1 opportunities came for the Ospreys as their counter offense worked to perfection leading Jhoel Sarraude to his 2nd goal of the match to go up 2-1. In the 65th minute Sarraude would play it forward to Randy Rodriguez who went 1v1 to put the Ospreys up 3-1. In the 80th minute Chemeketa would find the net with a ball from the top of the box. The defense would hold and the Ospreys won 3-2.

The Ospreys are playing in a shortened NWAC South Region season, a round of 3 games each versus Lane and Chemeketa. They will play Lane (1-0) in Eugene OR on Wednesday April 21st at 12pm. 

NWAC Website


Ospreys Volleyball Completes Season Sweep of Southwestern

GRANTS PASS – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Volleyball team was hosting Southwestern Oregon Community College on Friday April 16th. The Ospreys completed the season sweep of Southwestern behind the strength of their serving as they put up 12 aces in the 3-0 (25-14, 25-14, 25-21) win.

The Ospreys (6-2) came out hot against Southwestern (4-4) in the first set. They let their defense do most of the work and took opportunities when they came to cruise to a 25-14 win. The second set saw the team fall behind early only for their service to rise to the occasion as they began the first of their 12 aces on the night. Noelani Beard led the team with 5 aces, all coming in a single service run.

They would gain control and dominate to finish the second set 25-14. The third set was a closer match as the teams paced each other until late when the Ospreys pulled ahead and held on to win 25-21 and 3-0 in the match.

The Ospreys will head to Linn-Benton (6-2) next Wednesday April 21st at 6pm. They currently sit in a tie for 2nd place, with Linn-Benton, in the NWAC South Region standings.

NWAC Website


Ospreys Volleyball down Southwestern 3-0

MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Volleyball team was on the road in Coos Bay, OR taking on Southwestern Oregon Community College. The Ospreys were looking to bounce back after two tough losses last week and they did. Dominating in the first set, battling back in the second, and holding a lead for the 3-0 (25-17, 25-22, 25-21) win.

The Ospreys (5-2) looked strong in the first set against Southwestern (4-3) as they used their multiple hitters to control the pace to a 25-17 win. They fell into a deep hole into the second set only to once again show their perseverance and grit as they battled back to a 25-22 win. The third saw the Ospreys pull out to a big lead and hold on to win 25-21.

All around team effort once again from the Ospreys as they sit in 2nd place in the South Region of the NWAC. The Ospreys will host Southwestern this Friday April 16th at 6:00pm in the rematch. 

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Rogue Men’s Soccer Falls 3-2 to Lane in Season Opener

MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Men’s Soccer team was back on the pitch after 532 days. They had their spring season opener Saturday April 10th at US Cellular Community Park against Lane Community College. A back-and-forth physical match saw Lane find the back of the net in the 73rd minute to take the 3-2 lead that would end up being the final score.

Lane (1-0) came out with direct pressure against the Ospreys (0-1) as they found the net in the 3rd minute to take the early lead. The Ospreys equalized in the 16th minute when Ricardo Escobar played it in for Josue Reyes who headed it home. Lane would take the advantage in the 28th minute and hold it for a 2-1 lead at the half.

The Ospreys came out with pressure in the second half and after losing a player to a red card in the 58th minute got the equalizing opportunity when Jhoel Sarraude tied it with a penalty kick. Then in the 73rd minute Lane got a glancing shot crossed from outside the box that found the net and the 3-2 lead. The match would end with Lane winning 3-2.

There were 7 cards issued during the match. Six Yellow Cards: Randy Rodriguez RCC (45), Yuma Ozaki LCC (49), Milan Pyle LCC (57), Matthew King LCC (69), Bryce McCole RCC (85), Andrew Bennett LCC (89). One Red Card: Albert Barillas RCC (58). 

The Ospreys will host Chemeketa Community College (0-0) next Saturday April 17th at US Cellular Community Park Field 14. No spectator are allowed inside the fence for the games. It will be the 2nd of 6 games for the Ospreys this spring, with one home and three road games remaining. 

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Ospreys Volleyball falls 3-2 to Lane

GRANTS PASS – The Rogue Community College Ospreys took on the Lane Community College Titans on Wednesday April 7th. The match between the last two unbeaten teams in the South Region was a closely contested back-and-forth match that saw Lane pull away late in the 5th set to win 3-2 (22-25, 25-23, 22-25, 25-22, 15-8).

The Ospreys (4-1) opened up with a quick lead against Lane (5-0) only to fall behind late in the first set. The second set started much like the fist but this time the Ospreys held on to even the match. The third match mirrored the first as the Ospreys climbed to an early lead only to drop the set at the close. The fourth set saw the Ospreys down 21-16 only to climb back in and force a tie and a 5th set. In the 5th they took an early 5-1 lead only to stumble down the stretch falling 15-8 and 3-2 in the match.

The Ospreys will head to Lane in Eugene OR on Friday April 9th at 6:00pm for the rematch. They Ospreys sit in second place in the South Region of the Northwest Athletic Conference.

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Ospreys Volleyball Downs Umpqua 3-0

GRANTS PASS – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Volleyball team hosted Umpqua Community College on Wednesday March 31st. They won in straight sets, 3-0 (25-21, 25-17, 25-16), to remain undefeated on the year.

The Ospreys (3-0) once again used the first game to find their rhythm. A back-and-forth set against Umpqua (0-3) saw the Ospreys pull ahead late. In the second set they fell behind 14-12 only to end up winning 25-17. In the third set they took the lead and held it to complete the sweep.

The high octane attack was led by freshman middle Amanda Klotz, alongside Kylee Aiwohi, Precious Tauanuu, and Noelani Beard. Freshman Devin Ireland of Grants Pass starting to look more comfortable in the starting setter role as the Ospreys look to carry the momentum into Friday.  

They Ospreys head to Roseburg to face Umpqua this Friday April 2nd at 6:00pm. They currently sit atop the South Region standings in the NWAC. 

NWAC Website


Ospreys Volleyball Sweeps Chemeketa

GRANTS PASS – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Volleyball team hosted its first home match of the 2021 Spring Season. They faced Chemeketa Community College in the second matchup of the week. They won 3-0 (25-20, 25-15, 25-16) and improved to 2-0 on the year following their 3-1 (25-14, 23-25, 25-17, 25-20) win over Chemeketa in Salem on Wednesday.

The Ospreys (2-0) came out with their attack against Chemeketa (0-2) finding their groove early and often. They were led by Devin Ireland as the starting setter, returner Trinity Atuatasi anchoring the defense, and returner Noelani Beard leading the attack alongside newcomers Amanda Klotz and Precious Tauanuu.

The Ospreys will host Umpqua Community College (0-1) this coming Wednesday March 31st at 6:00pm and will travel to Roseburg Friday April 2nd in the home-and-away format for the NWAC Spring Season. The Ospreys sit atop the South Region standings as the undefeated returning champions.

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Ospreys Hire Lisa Elledge to Helm Women’s Soccer

MEDFORD – The Rogue Community College Ospreys Women’s Soccer program has hired its second coach in program history. Lisa Elledge has been hired as the program enters its sixth season. She joins a program that fell one point shy of playoffs last season and will look to help the program take the next step.

Elledge has spent the past 3 years as the assistant coach for Women’s Soccer at Southern Oregon University in Ashland, OR.

Elledge arrived at Southern Oregon University in 2013 via Bella Vista High in Fair Oaks, California as a student-athlete. A standout midfielder, she was a three-year starter tallying seven goals and seven assists in her career. As a senior on SOU's first-ever Cascade Conference title team, she received All-CCC honorable mention. She was also a three-year member of the Academic All-CCC team.

She earned her bachelor’s degree from SOU in Health and Physical Education and immediately became the assistant coach for Women’s Soccer under Jenni Rosenberg. During her time as the assistant the program became nationally ranked for the first time, entering the national tournament, and making it to the second round.

“We are excited to bring on Lisa. She is a rising talent that is highly respected and comes well recommended from her peers,” said Athletic Director Darren Van Lehn, “we are looking forward to her style of soccer and the guidance she can give our student-athletes.” 

Elledge brings a fresh and exciting energy to a women’s soccer program entering its sixth season. She is looking to uphold the standards and character of the program and bring it to the next level.

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