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Kodiaks Bounce to Silver and Bronze in CCAA Bball Recap

 by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips

03/25/2015....Lethbridge, Alberta - The 2014-2015 Budds' BMW Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Men's Basketball Championship held in Hamilton and hosted by Humber College Hawks,  featured two Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference men’s basketball teams with the 2014-2015 ACAC champion Lethbridge Kodiaks and runner-up Medicine Hat Rattlers qualifying for the CCAA as a Wild Card.

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Kodiaks Win ACAC Men's Basketball Banner

 by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips

03/07/2015...Fort McMurray, Alberta - The NAIT Ooks and Red Deer Kings, ranked No. 4 and No. 9 respectively in the country by the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association played their last game at the 2014-2015 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Championships earlier today with 87 winning 79.

Mind you it was not for the gold medal but the 5th/6th place game. That’s...

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Kodiaks Make it a Hoops Sweep With Women Winning

 by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips with Files from NAIT Ooks

03/07/2015....Edmonton, Alberta  - With three Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference teams ranked in the Top 15 Canadian Collegiate Athletic  Association polls, the odds are pretty good that at least two of them may meet in the gold medal finals at the 2014-2015 ACAC Women’s Basketball Championships being held in Edmonton and host...

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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.

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2014-2015 Medalists
Gold - Lethbridge College Kodiaks
Silver - SAIT Trojans
Bronze - Olds College Broncos

2013-2014 Medalists
Gold - MacEwan Griffins
Silver - U of A-Augustana Vikings
Bronze - NAIT Ooks