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Wednesday, March 2, 2016


The ACAC Women’s Basketball Awards Banquet will be hosted on Wednesday, March 2nd at Lakeland College Cafeteria, located on the Lloydminster Campus. Doors will open at 5:30 PM, dinner at 6:00 PM. Presentation of ACAC All Conference teams and ACAC Coaches of the Year to follow dinner. The banquet will be followed by a short 10 minute coaches meeting.  The coaches meeting will be in the Lakeland College Boardroom.

All games are held at: 
Lakeland College Gymnasium - Lloydminster Campus
2602 59 Avenue
Lloydminster, AB T9X 3N7

The following uniform assignments:

  • Day 1: higher ranked team wears white/light
  • Day 2: higher ranked team wears dark
  • Day 3: higher ranked team wears white/light

Thursday, March 3, 2016







Game 1 1:00 pm NAIT (N2) MHC (S3)  NAIT 91 - MHC 54 Game recap
Game 2 3:00 pm LETH (S1) UAA (N4)  LETH 77 - UAA 44 Game recap
Game 3 6:00 pm STMU (S2) GPRC (N3)  STMU 86 - GPRC 42 Game recap
Game 4 8:00 pm LAKE (N1) SAIT (S4)  LAKE 69 - SAIT 54 Game recap


Friday, March 4, 2016







Game 5 1:00 pm MHC (S3) UAA (N4)   MHC 71 - UAA 61 Game recap
Game 6 3:00 pm GPRC (N3) SAIT (S4)  SAIT 59 - GPRC 48 Game recap
Game 7 6:00 pm NAIT (N2) LETH (S1)  NAIT 72 - LETH 69 Game recap
Game 8 8:00 pm STMU (S2) LAKE (N1)  STMU 70 - LAKE 66 Game recap


Saturday, March 5, 2016







5th/6th 3:00 pm MHC (S3) SAIT (S4)  MHC 73 - SAIT 63 Watch Live
Bronze 5:00 pm LETH (S1) LAKE (N1)  LETH 91 - LAKE 61 Watch Live
Gold 7:00 pm NAIT (N2) STMU (S2)  NAIT 69 - STMU 66 Watch Live


Gold Medal Game
NAIT Ooks defeat St. Mary's Lightning 69-66

The NAIT Ooks are the 2015-16 ACAC Champions after a 69-66 victory over the St. Mary's Lightning. In a battle of both division's second place teams, the Ooks overcame a 10 point deficit at the half, outscoring the Lightning 25-4 in the third quarter to take their first lead in the game, holding on to win in the final seconds of the fourht. Malesha Petterson scored 18 points fort NAIT, while tournament MVP Torey Hill scored 17 in the Ooks victory. For St. Mary's, Mary-Jean Ritchie and Montana Romeril each had 18 points. It's the first championship in the NAIT women's basketball in their 35 year history. Both teams will go to nationals for the ACAC.


Bronze Medal Game
Lethbridge College Kodiaks defeat Lakeland Rustlers 91-61

In what many believed would the championship game between the two undefeated teams in the regular season, Lethbridge and Lakeland met in the bronze medal game, where the Kodiaks had control from start to finish in a 91-61 victory. A 15-0 run in the first quarter game the Kodiaks an early lead they never would give up, as their tough full court press defence caused all kinds of issues for the Rustlers early on. Mixed in with a shooting percentage of 50.7%, and Logan Moncks scoring a game high 25 points, the Kodiaks would earn the bronze medal after winning gold last year. For Lakeland, the championship hosts, it was a disappointing finish to the season after going 24-0 through the regular season. Jenni Tonita scored 15 points in the loss, which for the Rustlers, is the second time in as many years they have finished fourth in the conference. 


Game 9
Medicine Hat Rattlers defeat SAIT Trojans 73-63

The Medicine Hat Rattlers ended their season with two straight victories, including a 73-63 decision over the SAIT Trojans in the fifth place game. Holding a slim one point lead heading into the fourt quarter, the Rattlers scored 25 points en route to victory. Led by Kennedy Werre and Jamie WIngate who both had 18 points each, the Rattlers managed to stay ahead in an evenly matched contest with the Trojans. For SAIT, Melissa Woolley led with 17 points.


Game 8
St. Mary's Lightning defeat Lakeland Rustlers 70-66

The St. Mary's Lightning upset the host Lakeland Rustlers, 70-66, to put themselves in the ACAC championship game against NAIT. The Lightning held the lead for the majority of the game, led by Montana Romeril who scored a game high 28 points, while Lakeland, who shot just 27% in the first half and finished shooting 33.3% overall, had to play from behind for one of the first times this season, yet held a one point lead with 30 seconds remaining. A well timed three point shot from the Lightning and a Rustler turnover put an end to the perfect season for the Rustlers, while St. Mary's will get a chance for gold and will play in the national tournament as one of two Alberta entries. 

Game 7
NAIT Ooks defeat Lethbridge Kodiaks 72-69

The NAIT Ooks pulled off the biggest upset of the tournament, knocking off the top ranked team in Canadian national rankings, the Lethbridge Kodiaks, 72-69, to advance to the championship game. NAIT had a 13 point lead after the first quarter and didn't allow the Kodiaks to have a lead until midway through the third quarter, when the Ooks were outscored 17-6. The lead changed hands multiple times in the fourth quarter, as the Kodiaks had a slim, one point lead with just over a minute to play. But off a Shea-Lynn Noyes steal, NAIT retook the lead, and held on to score a second basket to seal the victory. The loss, Lethbridges first of the season, means the Kodiaks will miss the national tournament, while the Ooks will gain entry for reaching the ACAC final. 

Game 6 
SAIT Trojans defeat Grande Prairie Wolves 59-48

The SAIT Trojans fight to play another game, defeating the Grande Prairie Wolves 59-48 in the second consolation semi-final. A 24 point first quarter and 11 point lead by the Trojans escalated the victory and put the Trojans into Saturday's 5/6th place game against Medicine Hat. Alicia Tan led the way for the Trojans with 14 points, while Martina Allen scored 13. Linnaea VanderZwan had 14 for the Wolves in the loss. Both teams attempted 60 shots each in the game, but were limited in their scoring from the field, as the Wolves actually out shot the Trojans 30% to 26.7%.Grande Prairie, however, gave up 22 turnovers in the game. 

Game 5
Medicine Hat Rattlers defeat Augustana Vikings 71-61

The Medicine Hat Rattlers scored 21 points in the fourth quarter to earn a 10 point, 71-61 victory over the Augustana Vikings in the consolation semi-final. The Rattlers trailed at half, 35-27, but scored 44 in the second half to earn a victory and the right to play again Saturday in the 5th/6th place game. It was a community effort for Medicine Hat, as Kennedy Werre, Megan Getz, Morgan Muir and Rachel Sherven each had double digit points in the victory. For Augustana, it's the end of their season after two losses at the ACAC championships. Despite Talia Dale leading the game with 21 points, 16 turnovers in the second half allowed Medicine Hat back into the game. 

Game 4 Recap
Lakeland Rustlers defeat SAIT Trojans 69-54

The packed gymnasium may have given Lakeland a few jitters through the first quarter, but the Lakeland Rustlers continued their undefeated season, pushing their record to 25-0 with a 69-54 victory over the SAIT Trojans. In a rematch of last year's semi-final game, the Rustlers scored twenty or more points in three of the four quarters in the victory, with the ACAC's Player of the Year Cameo McKerlie leading with 18 points, while Rebbeca Burns scored 14. SAIT's top two scoring guards Kendell Kuntz and Alicia Tan led with 18 and 15 points each, but as a team the Trojans shot just 30 per cent from the field. It was a more defensive effort for Lakeland, who out rebounded the Trojans 58-27. 

Game 3 Recap
St. Mary's Lightning defeat Grande Prairie Wolves 86-42

The St.  Mary's Lightning out scored the Grande Prairie Wolves 48-26 in the second half of their quarter-final match, doubling up the Wolves 86-42.Grande Prairie trailed only by four after the first quarter and by 12 at half before the game was blown open by a Lightning offence that seemingly could do no wrong. Montana Romeril led the game with 28 points in over 43 minutes of court time. St. Mary's shot an impressive 44.6 per cent from the field, while the Wolves shot 24.6%. The Wolves also turned the ball over 21 times, and were out rebounded 46-28. 

Game 2 Recap
Lethbridge Kodiaks defeat Augustana Vikings 77-44

The perfect season continued for the Lethbridge Kodiaks, as the No. 1 ranked team in Canada improved to 22-0 on the season with a 77-44 victory over the Augustana Vikings. The Kodiaks started with a 12 point run to begin the game, holding the Vikings to just nine points in each of the first two quarters of the game. Led by Logan Monchs with 16 points and three others with double digit hoops, the Kodiaks move on to the semi-final to face NAIT. For the Vikings, who opened the second half outscoring the Kodiaks 19-17, Sydney Purdy led the way with 15 points. But it wasn't enough to make back the first half deficit, as Augustana moves into the consolation semi-final with Medicine Hat.

Game 1 Recap
NAIT Ooks defeat Medicine Hat Rattlers 91-54

From opening tip off, the NAIT Ooks dictated the pace of their quarter-final match up against the Medicine Hat Rattlers. NAIT got out to a comfortable 23-8 first quarter lead and scored at least 20 points in each quarter, en route to the 91-54 victory. Winning major battles under the rim and causing turnovers to extend their comfortable lead was the key to the Ooks victory, as Sydney Hurlburt led the Ooks with 22 points, while Nicole Ruptash added 14. Medicine Hat shot just 23.8 per cent from the field, making just two of their 21 three point attempts, with Kennedy Werre scoring a team high 15 points for the Rattlers. NAIT, however, who sunk 46.7 per cent of their shots, including half of the 22 three point shots. Hurlburt and Werre were named players of the game for their respective teams.

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