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ACAC News Breaks May 30 - June 6, 2016

06/09/2016...In the news.

Here are just a few of the headlines in the news pertaining to the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference for the week of May 30, 2016 – June 6, 2016.

Keyano College earns CCAA Innovation award

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Lightning Name Ruff as Men's Basketball Head Coach

 

 06/07/2016...Calgary- St. Mary’s University and Lightning Athletics are pleased to announce the hiring of Nathan Ruff as the new head coach of the Lightning men’s basketball program for 2016-2017.

 
Ruff comes to the Lightning after serving four years as an assistant with the SAIT men’s basketball program from 2012-2015, and will take over for former head coach Dane Morris who stepped down this spring after two seasons with the Lightning.
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The Beast Did Not Win

  by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips

May 21, 2016...Fort McMurray, Alberta - The Beast.

The Beast came into our world Tuesday May 3, 2016 when nearly 90,000 fellow Fort McMurray residents were evacuated due to a wildfire that would eventually engulf and destroy 2,500 structures.

Like others, this time frame has been one of confusion, fear and now hope.

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Olds College Athletics Director Elected ACAC President

05/17/2016, Olds, AB – The success and excellence of the head of the Olds College Broncos athletics program has resulted in Olds College Director of Athletics, Fitness and Recreation being recognized provincially by his peers within the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC).  Bob Murray has been the man behind the success of the Olds College Broncos athletics program since April, 2013, and has been elected as the new President of the ACAC. Murray was elected by the Conference Council of members, which includes 16 post-secondary institutions from across Alberta and one in Saskatchewan.

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ACAC News Breaks April 25 - May 1, 2016

05/02/2016...In the news.

Here are just a few of the headlines in the news pertaining to the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference for the week of April 25 - May 1, 2016. 

Concordia University of Edmonton Thunder:  Tanner McCorriston Commits to Concordia University

Keyano College Huskies: Former Huskies hockey head coach Strand discusses team’s cut

Keyano’s hockey cut is a disaster and disgrace

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ACAC News Breaks April 18-24, 2016

 04/26/2016...In the news.

Here are just a few of the headlines in the news pertaining to the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference for the week of April 18-24, 2016. 

Concordia University of Edmonton: Concordia Thunder women's soccer head coach Froco Imbrogno figures young crew could return to national final

Grande Prairie: Leigh Goldie retires after 41 years

Keyano College:  To survive downturn, Keyano ends hoc

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GPRC’s Jamie Wigmore Honoured as 2015-16 Konica Minolta ACAC Female Athlete of the Year

Edmonton, April 14, 2016 – The ACAC is pleased to announce that GPRC runner Jaimie Wigmore has been named the 2015-16 ACAC Female Athlete of the Year across all ACAC Sports, generously sponsored by Konica Minolta.
 

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RDC’s Luke Brisbane Honoured as 2015-16 Konica Minolta ACAC Male Athlete of the Year
Edmonton, April 14, 2016 – The ACAC is pleased to announce that Red Deer College Volleyball Kings’ setter Luke Brisbane has been selected as the ACAC Male Athlete of the Year across all sports for the second year in a row, generously sponsored by Koinca Minolta.
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Stackhouse caps career with CCAA Coaching Excellence award

By CCAA Communications

4/7/2016 - Brian Stackhouse of Red Deer College is this year’s recipient of the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association’s Coaching Excellence award.

The Coaching Excellence Award recognizes coaching contributions to sport and to student-athlete development over a period of at least five years. Stackhouse, who recently announced his retirement, coached Red Deer’s Cross-Country Running team in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference for the last 41 years.

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Jordan Wood Honoured as the 2015-16 ACAC Men’s Hockey Playoff Most Valuable Player

Edmonton, March 24th, 2016 - The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference is proud to announce that Jordan Wood of the NAIT Ooks has been selected as the ACAC Men’s Hockey Playoff Most Valuable Player as he was instrumental in the NAIT Ooks capturing the 2015-2016 ACAC Men’s Hockey Conference Championship. 

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Ready to Sweep It Up

03/22/2016... London, Ontario - Fanshawe Athletics is set to host the 2016 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Curling National Championships March 23-26, 2016 at the Highland Country Club in London, Ontario.

In total, eight women’s and eight men’s teams from across the country will compete in the tournament, all with the goal of being crowned the 2016 CCAA National Champions.

The round-robin competition begins on Wednesday morning, with the first draw beginning at 8 a.m. EST. At 3 p.m., the Opening Ceremonies will take place at the Highland Country Club. Thursday evening, the CCAA Championship Banquet will take place at the Delta London Armouries.

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Kenny Cameron Earns Top Scholastic Achiever Honours for ACAC Men’s Hockey 2015-16

Edmonton, March 21, 2016 – The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference is proud to announce the selection of Kenny Cameron of the NAIT Ooks as the 2015-16 ACAC Men’s Hockey Top Scholastic Achiever.
 

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Strix Scandiaca Skates Swift and Swoops Gold

 03/20/2016...Hockey Central - This past Saturday was a medal fest for the NAIT Ooks.

The women’s basketball team dribbled their way to a bronze medal at the 2016 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Women's Basketball National Championships held at the St. Clair College SportsPlex in Windsor, Ontario while up in Fort McMurray, Alberta, the men’s hoopsters claimed gold at the 2016 CCAA Men’s Basketball National Championships.

The Triple Crown came when the NAIT Ooks men’s hockey team completed their PERFECT season by defeating the University of Alberta Vikings 3-2 in Game 2 of the best-of-three Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference men’s hockey championships.

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Ooks women Bronze at CCAA Women's Basketball

 03/20/2016...Windsor, Ontario - The NAIT Ooks women's basketball team dribbled their way to a bronze medal at the 2016 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Women's Basketball National Championships held at the St. Clair College SportsPlex this past Saturday to make it a double-double as the Ooks men's team won a gold medal at the 2016 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Men's Basketball National Championships held in Fort McMurray, Alberta.

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Dreams Do Come True

 03/19/2016...Fort McMurray, Alberta:  Defending Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Men's Basketball Champion Humber Hawks (Ontario Colleges Athletic Association) met up with a team that was destined to win in the form of the NAIT Ooks (Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference) last night.

 

Destined because a 25 year-old rookie by the name of Jackson Jacob had waited his entire life for such a moment.

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