Karynn skipped the NAIT Ooks women’s curling team to a bronze medal this past weekend at the CCAA National Curling Championships in London, Ontario, hosted by Fanshawe College.
U of A-Augustana
Brad has led the Augustana men’s curling team as Skip for the past two years, constantly improving upon his skill and leadership abilities and earning a bronze medal at last week’s 2016 CCAA National Curling Championships.
ACAC News Breaks April 18-24, 2016
04/26/2016...In the news.
Here are just a few of the headlines in the news pertaining to the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference for the week of April 18-24, 2016.
Concordia University of Edmonton: Concordia Thunder women's soccer head coach Froco Imbrogno figures young crew could return to national final
Grande Prairie: Leigh Goldie retires after 41 years
Keyano College: To survive downturn, Keyano ends hoc
GPRC’s Jamie Wigmore Honoured as 2015-16 Konica Minolta ACAC Female Athlete of the Year
Edmonton, April 14, 2016 – The ACAC is pleased to announce that GPRC runner Jaimie Wigmore has been named the 2015-16 ACAC Female Athlete of the Year across all ACAC Sports, generously sponsored by Konica Minolta.
RDC’s Luke Brisbane Honoured as 2015-16 Konica Minolta ACAC Male Athlete of the Year
Edmonton, April 14, 2016 – The ACAC is pleased to announce that Red Deer College Volleyball Kings’ setter Luke Brisbane has been selected as the ACAC Male Athlete of the Year across all sports for the second year in a row, generously sponsored by Koinca Minolta.
Stackhouse caps career with CCAA Coaching Excellence award
4/7/2016 - Brian Stackhouse of Red Deer College is this year’s recipient of the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association’s Coaching Excellence award.
The Coaching Excellence Award recognizes coaching contributions to sport and to student-athlete development over a period of at least five years. Stackhouse, who recently announced his retirement, coached Red Deer’s Cross-Country Running team in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference for the last 41 years.