Soccer a Guiding Path
by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips 09/30/2014...Lloydminster, Alberta - Serbia loosely translated means “land of the Serbs.” “Serbs” may find its etymology within “to watch over, protect” or “to keep, guard, protect, preserve, observe.” For former Serbian Darko Hardi, it has been through the sport of soccer and a new beginning in Canada that he has found independence and contentment.
Huskies Break into CCAA Soccer Rankings
by Curtis J. Phillips, ACAC Sports Writer 09/23/2014....Fort McMurray, Alberta - The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association came out with their golf and soccer rankings today and the Keyano College Huskies men’s soccer team are ranked No. 13. “Of course it is nice to see the boys get some accolades for all the work they have put in but in the end it is just a number,” said Connor Brady head coach of the Keyano Huskies men’s soccer team.
The Ball is Round has Global Cause
by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips 07/03/2014...Red Deer, Alberta - Back in 2009 while having dinner with his girlfriend Colleen in Marrakesh’s Jemaa el Fnaa square, Nick Moskaluk’s attention was drawn towards two young Moroccan boys kicking around a ball...not just any ordinary ball mind you.
Griffins Women's Soccer Perfect Season and CCAA Champs!
by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips 11/10/2013…Surrey, British Columbia - “Wow! A perfect season, I'm so happy for the girls, happy for this opportunity and everything they have accomplished. It's a special group of girls who have worked so hard," said Grant MacEwan Griffins women’s soccer head coach Dean Corderio in an official press release following his team’s 2-0 defeat of the Garneau College Elans yesterday to claim the 2013 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Women's Soccer National Championship at Newton Athletic Park.