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Marmot Basin/Hostelling International Jasper Athlete of the Week

February 16-22, 2015

Marmot Basin/Hostelling International Jasper Female Athlete of the Week
Rachael Smillie
Concordia University College of Alberta
Badminton

Rachael Smillie from the Concordia Thunder had a phenomenal weekend at the ACAC Badminton Championships this past weekend.

 

Marmot Basin/Hostelling International Jasper Female Athlete of the Week
Jocelyn Van Ryk
The King's University
Women's Volleyball

Second year middle, Jocelyn Van Ryk from Surrey Christian Secondary School in Surrey, BC had another tremendous weekend as the King’s Eagles took on the Lakeland College Rustlers.

Marmot Basin/Hostelling International Jasper Male Athlete of the Week
Luke Brisbane
Red Deer College
Men's Volleyball

Luke had another very solid weekend for Kings Volleyball and was instrumental in a weekend sweep of the Briercrest Clippers.

 

Marmot Basin/Hostelling International Jasper Male Athlete of the Week
Andre Leblanc
Concordia University College of Alberta
Badminton

Andre Leblanc from the Concordia Thunder had an unbelievably weekend.  He won an astonishing 3 medals. He won 2 Bronze medals in the Men’s Singles/Doubles categories, but most impressively he took

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News Highlights

Jordan Steinke Honoured as 2014-15 Men’s Curling Player of the Year

Edmonton, March 2, 2015 – The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference is pleased to announce that Jordan Steinke of the MacEwan University Griffins has been selected as the 2014-15 ACAC Men’s Curling Player of the Year.
 

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2014-15 ACAC Curling All-Conference Teams

03/02/2015...Edmonton, Alberta -  The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference is pleased to announce the 2014-15 Curling All-Conference Teams as selected by ACAC Curling Coaches.
 

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Grande Prairie to Olds ACAC Curling Rocks

by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips

03/01/2015...Grande Prairie, Alberta - The 2014-2015 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference curling championships were a balanced one with four ACAC schools winning two medals each at the Grande Priarie Curling Club. There were no repeat champions in men's, women's or mixed rinks.

Grant MacEwan Griffins beat NAIT Ooks 6-3 in men's with bronze going to Olds Broncos edging out Augustana 8-7.

In women's gold game it was NAIT Ooks nipping Augustana 6-5 and for the bronze Griffins over Red Deer Queens 7-4.

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Vikings Edge Red Deer to win ACAC Men's Volleyball

by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips

02/28/2015...Camrose, Alberta – For the second year in a row the hometown team was in the championship final of the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference men’s volleyball championships as the host University of Alberta Augustana Vikings took on two-time defending champion Red Deer Kings.

 

Last year the Kings defeated the Grant MacEwan University Griffins -now moved to the CIS - 25-22, 25-21, 26-24 to win the title on their home court in Red Deer.

 

Tonight the Kings were defeated by the host Vikings in an exciting five game match 26-24, 25-19, 20-25, 22-25 and 13-15 with 2014-2015 ACAC Men’s Volleyball Player of the Year Luke Ryan scoring the winning kill at 9:46 p.m. Ryan had 20 kills in the match.

 

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Repeat as Queens beat Wolves in ACAC Women's Volleyball

by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips

02/28/2015...Olds, Alberta - In an a rematch of last year’s gold medal match; it was the Red Deer Queens taking on the Grande Prairie Regional College Wolves for the 2014-2015 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference Women’s Volleyball Championships this afternoon in Olds, Alberta.

In the gold medal final it was Red Deer sweeping Grande Prairie 25-23, 25-22, 25-18.

Red Deer had won last year on Wolves home court 25-17,25-12,25-19.

Queens Alex Donaghy had a highlight game with five kills, five digs, three blocks and a service ace. Teammate  Megan Schmidt hit 10 kills.

The bronze medal match was won by Olds beating Briercrest 3-2.

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Alex and Alex lead Kodiaks while Martens and Wigmore lead Wolves

  by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips 

02/28/2015...Edmonton, Alberta -  The name Alex means “to defend, help” or “defending men”, so it was no surprise that Alex Andres and Alex Harding led the way for the Lethbridge Kodiaks as they captured all seven of the indoor track men’s events earlier today at the 2014-2015 The Running Room ACAC Indoor Track Championships held at Edmonton’s Garrison and co-hosted by the Concordia University College of Alberta Thunder and Grant MacEwan University Griffins

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