RDC Queens Women’s Cross Country, SAIT Trojans Men’s Cross Country, Lakeland Rustlers Women’s Volleyball, SAIT Trojans Men’s Basketball, MacEwan Griffins Men’s and Women’s Hockey are all in the running for their third straight ACAC title — making 2018/19 the year of three-peats.
In this the fourth installment of five features celebrating National Coaching Week, we asked Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference head coaches one question, "What is your favourite sports quote (also person that first said it or made it popular, be it from real life coaching or a movie) and what does it mean to you?"
In this the third installment of five features celebrating National Coaching Week, we asked Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference head coaches one question, "If you could pick the brain of one sports coach (alive or dead) who would it be and why?"
With Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference w(ACAC) women’s hockey introduced in 2000-2001, the championship final has featured the pitting of the MacEwan University Griffins and Red Deer Queens only once.
When Kendra Hanson was graduating from R.D. Parker Collegiate in her hometown of Thompson, Manitoba, she had a few life-changing decisions to make.
An outstanding hockey player, she had interest shown from the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) to play post-secondary hockey along with a school south of the border.
Making headlines, be it as a player or future sports journalist, Jaydlin Spooner loves hockey.
The native of Campbell River, British Columbia, now in her rookie season with the Olds College Broncos women’s hockey team, started playing the sport at a young age.
With only four games remaining in the 2017-2018 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference(ACAC) women’s hockey regular season, Jade Petrie of the Red Deer Queens will become the second-top scorer in the team’s 18-year history.