February 27-March 1, 2015
Karynn lead the NAIT women’s curling team to ACAC Gold this past weekend. With a 6-5 win in the Championship Game over Augustana, Flory and the rest of the women’s curling team capped off the golden weekend.
Red Deer College
Bronwyn did it again, she helped pilot the Queens to a repeat ACAC Conference Championship! Bronwyn led the Queens with 2 kills, 99 assists, and 21 digs, as the Queens won all 3 matches with 3-0 scores.
For the second year in a row, Wolves runner Jamie Wigmore was named Female Athlete of the Meet at the 2015 ACAC Indoor Track Championships at the Edmonton Garrison on the weekend.
Earning their second consecutive ACAC Indoor Title, Alex lead the Kodiaks Men’s indoor track team with a performance for the ages.
Grant MacEwan University
Steinke led his Griffins curling team to the ACAC championship title this past weekend in Grande Prairie, cruising through the three-day event with an unblemished 5-0 record.
University of Alberta-Augustana
Devin Varga played a critical role in the Vikings’ Championship run. His underrated athleticism and ability to make big plays late in each match were crucial in the determination of the Gold medal victors.
2014-15 ACAC Women’s Hockey All-Conference Teams
Edmonton, March 6, 2015 – The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference is pleased to announce the Women’s Hockey All-Conference teams as selected by the ACAC Women’s Hockey Coaches.
Megan Jones Honoured as ACAC Women’s Hockey Player of the Year
Edmonton, March 6, 2015 – The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference is pleased to announce that Megan Jones of RDC Queens Hockey has been selected as the 2014-15 ACAC Women’s Hockey Player of the Year. Megan was selected for this award based upon her performance throughout the ACAC regular season.
Deanna Iwanicka Honoured as 2014-15 ACAC Women’s Hockey Coach of the Year
Edmonton, March 6, 2015 – The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference is proud to announce that Deanna Iwanicka, of the NAIT Ooks, has been selected by her peers as Women’s Hockey Coach of the Year.
Roger Galenza Honoured as 2014-15 ACAC Curling Coach of the Year
Camrose, Alberta, March 5, 2015 – The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference is pleased to announce that Roger Galenza, Head Coach of the University of Alberta, Augustana Campus Vikings, has been selected by his ACAC coaching peers as the 2014-15 Coach of the Year. The award was presented to a very surprised Coach Galenza at the ACAC Curling Championships on February 28 in Grande Prairie, Alberta.
Putting best foot forward in Futsal
by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips
03/05/2015....Lloydminster, Alberta - Of the current five teams participating in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference men’s and women’s futsal conference, in its fifth year of ACAC sanctioned play, Ambrose Lions’ Matt McNaughton believes it would be a perfect fit for all 17 ACAC schools and that “it is exciting for kids that are 18 to men that are 25…a chance for each to share in the sport.”
Student/athletes age 25?
Ali Cameron Honoured as 2014-15 Women’s Basketball Player of the Year
Edmonton, March 5, 2015 – The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference is pleased to announce that Ali Cameron, of the Lethbridge College Kodiaks Women’s basketball team, has been selected as the 2014-15 ACAC Player of the Year.