If you take a quick look at the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) archives, it will show that Tate Locke, formerly of the Concordia University of Edmonton Thunder men’s hockey team, is still the ACAC all-time leading scorer in ACAC hockey history with 188 points (58 goals 130 assists) accumulated during 107 regular season games from 1997-2001.
Dr. Lana Nicoll (nee Common), a three-time CCAA All-Canadian in Women’s Volleyball, will be inducted into the CCAA Hall of Fame in the Athlete Category.
Nicoll starred for the Grant MacEwan Community College (now MacEwan University) Griffins for four seasons. She was named a CCAA All-Canadian in 1995, 1997 and 1998 and earned CCAA Academic All-Canadian honours in 1994, 1995, 1997 and 1998 as she worked toward a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science and eventually a Bachelor of Physical Education.
Brock Davidiuk, who led the Red Deer Kings to back-to-back National Championships in CCAA Men’s Volleyball, will be inducted into the CCAA Hall of Fame in the Athlete Category.
Davidiuk led the Kings to CCAA titles in 2002 and 2003, his only two seasons at Red Deer College.
Al Bohonus, who hosted the first ever CCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship at Mount Royal College, will be inducted into the CCAA Hall of Fame in the Builder Category. He will be inducted posthumously.
The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) is pleased to announce Matthew Travaglini of the SAIT Trojans and Desmond Wang of the Concordia Thunder have been selected as the 2018-19 ACAC Male Co-Athletes of the Year.
Janelle Neyron is pretty humble when talking about her past sports accomplishments.
Graduating from Mennonite Brethren Collegiate in Winnipeg, Manitoba, she calmly mentions that the Hawks, in her Grade 11 year , won the Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association (MHSAA) Girl’s AAAA Volleyball provincials.