Keyano to host CCAA Men’s Soccer Nationals
By CCAA Story June 9, 2015 – The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association’s best men’s soccer teams are in for a treat in 2016. Keyano College of the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference has been awarded the 2016 CCAA Men’s Soccer National Championship.
Lot's of Kicks for ACAC Teams
by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips 12/18/2014...North Pole, HO HO - This is the final of three features highlighting the first half sports of cross country, golf and soccer and their overall performance at the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association championships. In men’s and women’s soccer the NAIT Ooks from Edmonton both qualified for their fifth consecutive trip to the CCAA national championships.
ACAC Soccer Fair Play Awards presented to The Kings University Eagles and Lakeland College Rustlers
12/15/2014... Edmonton, Alberta - The ACAC is pleased to announce that The King’s University Eagles Women’s soccer team and the Lakeland College Rustlers Men’s soccer team are the recipients of the 2014 ACAC Soccer Fair Play Award.
Ooks win ACAC Men's Soccer Banner against Rival Huskies
by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips 10/26/2014...Lloydminster, Alberta - The word “family” was a key word, along with “guts”, when talking to Keyano Huskies men’s soccer coach Connor Brady about his program this year. Since taking over the program three years ago, Huskies having joined the ACAC soccer conference in 2002, Brady had taken a team that previously had had a best showing of 6th in 2005 ACAC standings, to the top spot in the ACAC and a No. 5 ranking in the CCAA polls. The Huskies and Brady were at their best when meeting up with the NAIT Ooks. A rivalry had started early when Brady took over the Huskies program.