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Acuna named to Costa Rican national team

04/11/2014... Caronport, SK - After five years of playing libero for the Clippers men’s volleyball team, Pablo Acuna will say his goodbyes to Briercrest. But his goodbye to Canada will be short-lived.

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ACAC 2013-14 Women's Overall Athlete of the Year

04/11/2014...Edmonton, Alberta - The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference is pleased to announce that Amber Adolf of the Red Deer College Queens has been selected as the ACAC Women's Overall Athlete of the Year.  

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Red Deer Coach Gains High CCAA Accolades

by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips

04/10/2014...Red Deer, Alberta - The prestigious Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association’s 2014 CCAA Coaching Excellence Across All Sports Awards was handed out tonight in Red Deer at the annual Kings/Queens award banquet.

A night in which the Red Deer institution, for the 2013-2014 athletic season, was also recognized by the CCAA  for having the “best season any college in Canada has experienced in ACAC (Alberta Colleges A...

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Coming Full Circle

by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips

03/20/2014...Fort McMurray, Alberta - After globetrotting the world for the last nine years, former Keyano Colleges Huskies Athletic Director (1989-1996) has come home.

Allan, who moved from Montreal with his family to Fort McMurray in 1969 when he was seven years-of-age, has taken on a key position of Director of Sports and Venues within the organizing committee of the 2015 Western Canada Summer Games to be held August 7-16, 2015 in the Regional...

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ACAC CHAMPIONSHIP

Date: February 21-23, 2014
Host:
GPRC

CCAA CHAMPIONSHIP

Date: March 5-8, 2014
Host:
Seneca College
Toronto, ON

2012-2013 Medalists
Gold - NAIT Ooks
Silver - Lakeland Rustlers
Bronze - MacEwan Griffins

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