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2022 Southern Ohio District 14 Science Day

Rio Grande, Ohio – The University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College and the Gallia-Vinton Educational Service Center (ESC) hosted the annual Southern Ohio District 14 Science Day, virtually. 60 students in 5th...

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Students Meet with Local and State Officials

Rio Grande, OH- Rio students from the American State Government class recently traveled to the West Virginia Statehouse in Charleston, West Virginia and the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio. At the West Virginia Statehouse, students met with Delegate Steve Westfall...

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DeWine Appoints Munn to RGCC Board  

Rio Grande, Ohio – Governor Mike DeWine appointed Sarah Munn to the Rio Grande Community College Board of Trustees in late February. “Sarah Munn will be a great addition to the board of trustees. Her commitment to serving the local area is a great asset to...

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Rio Extends Winter Holiday

Rio Grande, Ohio –With the increase in COVID-19 numbers around the state and country, the University of Rio Grande / Rio Grande Community College has decided to extend the winter break to offer distance between the holiday and return to campus. Face-to-face classes...

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Rio Cancels 2020 Graduation

RIO GRANDE, OH – The University of Rio Grande & Rio Grande Community College announced the cancellation for the 2020 graduation ceremonies that were to be held on August 29th. In an email sent to students on July 24th, President Ryan Smith expressed disappointment...

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New scholarship Opportunity for Gallia County Residents

Rio Grande, Ohio – Established just this year, the Mindy Pope Memorial Scholarship will first be awarded this fall to a resident of Gallia (or Perry) County. But this scholarship will be awarded differently than most. Begun in memory of a daughter, sister, player,...

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Spring 2020 Dean’s and Merit List

RIO GRANDE, OH- The University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College congratulates the following students for their scholastic achievement during the unusual Spring 2020 semester. The students who are recognized on the Dean's List earned a 3.75 GPA or higher...

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Rio to host annual health fair

Rio Grande, Ohio – It’s time to “Spring Into Health” at the University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College. The annual health fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14 at the University of Rio Grande Lyne Center Gymnasium. According...

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[Women’s Soccer] Cougars too much for Rio women

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    RIO GRANDE, Ohio – Keely Hoopingarner scored one goal in each half to lead Indiana University Kokomo past the University of Rio Grande, 5-1, Thursday night, in River States Conference women's soccer action at Evan E. Davis Field.
    The Cougars improved to 7-1-3 overall and 3-0-1 in league play with the victory.
    Rio Grande slipped to 1-7-2 overall and 1-1-1 in the RSC as a result of the loss.

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[Volleyball] RedStorm notches sweep of Golden Bears

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    RIO GRANDE, Ohio – The University of Rio Grande started fast and never let up.
    The RedStorm scored the first nine points of the night and went on to post a 3-0 (25-12, 25-16, 26-24) victory over West Virginia University-Tech, Tuesday night, in River States Conference women's volleyball play at the Newt Oliver Arena.
    Rio Grande improved to 9-7 overall and 3-2 in league play with the win – its fifth in the last seven outings – and avenged a five-set non-conference loss to the Golden Bears at home in early September as part of the Emileigh Jo Cooper Memorial Classic.
    WVU-Tech fell to 5-15 overall and 2-3 in the RSC with the loss.

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[Men’s Golf] RedStorm puts trio in Top 10 at Golden Bear Classic

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    DANIELS, W.Va. – Freshman Rodrigo Portilla carded back-to-back rounds of 2-over par 74 and finished in a tie for second place following Tuesday's final round of the Golden Bear Classic hosted by West Virginia University-Tech at the Glade Springs Resort's Cobb Course.
    Portilla, a native of Sevilla, Spain, finished in a deadlock with WVU-Tech's Bryson Beaver, two strokes in back of Indiana University Kokomo's Corbin Robinson (+2–146).
    Rio Grande had two others who finished in the Top 10.

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[Women’s Bowling] RedStorm women put pair of all-tourney team

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    COLUMBUS, Ohio – The University of Rio Grande women posted a fifth place finish and two of its representatives earned all-tournament honors at the Ohio Bowling Conference No. 1 Tournament, which wrapped up its two-day run last Sunday at the Columbus Square Bowling Palace.
    The RedStorm took down 5,716 pins as a team in the tournament, which consisted of four rounds of team competition and 16 rounds of Baker games.
    Meanwhile, junior Sydney Dickson (Newark, OH) and junior Caitlyn Moody (Xenia, OH) grabbed a spot on the all-tourney team by virtue of their second and fifth place outings, respectively, in the field of 85 competitors.

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[Men’s Bowling] Rio’s Collins rolls to all-tournament finish

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    COLUMBUS, Ohio – Reece Collins posted a third-place finish and earned all-tournament honors, leading the University of Rio Grande men to a fifth-place showing in the Ohio Bowling Conference No. 1 Tournament, which concluded its two-day run last Sunday at the Columbus Square Bowling Palace.
    Collins, a senior from Columbus, Ohio, toppled 828 pins over four games for a 207 average and finished 36 points behind champion Britton Hole from the University of Northwestern Ohio in the field of 148 participants.
    Collins also had the RedStorm's top individual game of the tournament, rolling a 246 in game three.

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