Lucas Overton running the ball during fall practice
Photo curtesy of Oliver Walker

RMC Sports in the Time of Covid-19 by Victoria Cybulski

Covid-19 at Rocky Mountain College brings the regular fall seasons of football, volleyball, and soccer to a halt while golf and cross country move on in stride. The Cascade and Frontier conferences decided to postpone the regular season competitions of football, volleyball, and soccer to the spring of 2021. Golf and cross country are still[…]

An overview of the RMC fall sports teams

“By Tanja Staben” Sports are a big part of the American society, especially at the college level. It helps the athletes develop specific character traits like fairness, friendliness, team spirit, as well as physical and mental toughness. When looking at sports in relation to academics, it is believed that students achieve more academically if they[…]

RMC soccer teams feature sibling pairs

“By Nicky Litherland” Rocky Mountain College’s soccer program has a unique sibling pair on both the men’s and women’s rosters. For the first time in the program’s history, there are two sets of siblings spread across the two rosters. In both cases, the older sister is on the women’s team while the younger brother plays[…]

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Score! It’s all about the chemistry, column by Lea Hippauf

Are you interested in playing soccer on a high level and want to study on a unique campus? If so, you might consider joining the RMC soccer program which has attracted players from all over the world. Head Coach Richard Duffy stated, “Becoming a member of the RMC soccer family allows student-athletes to play in[…]