September 8-14, 2014
Concordia University College of Alberta
With her remarkable performance on Saturday, second year player Jill Sander equaled her first year’s total goal output in just the first three games of this season.
Medicine Hat College
Prior to joining the Rattlers in 2014, Bruno Reinosa was heralded by older brother Bernie (3rd Year CADD) as the better of the two Reinosa boys.
Friends to the Finish
by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips
09/21/2014.....Fort McMurray, Alberta - Crossing the finish line in yesterday’s Running Room Grand Prix #2 northern competition held at Fort McMurray’s Birchwood Trails, Mirelle Martens was all smiles.
The 18 year-old Grande Prairie Regional College Wolves cross country runner had just won the women’s Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference five-kilometre race with a clocking of 18:32.
Asked if she could do an interview in a few minutes time she replied “Ok….but I have to congratulate the other runners first.”
Stevens and Stevens back together again on the pitch
by Brody Mark, SAIT Trojans sports writer
09/18/14 CALGARY – It was an honest mistake, but Connor Stevens knew it as soon as he said it.
On Sunday’s trip home from Medicine Hat, the new SAIT Trojans men’s soccer player called out to his head coach. Only, he didn’t call him coach.
“On the bus (Sunday) I called him dad, but then I switched quickly and called him coach,” smiled Stevens, a first year SAIT student in the Petroleum Land Administration program, and son of Trojans head coach, Grant Stevens. “It was funny.”
SAIT Trojans website gets a fresh look for 2014-15
09/15/14 CALGARY – The SAIT Trojans will have a new look this year, but it won’t be on the ice, the courts, the trails or the track.The SAIT Trojans have launched a new website – www.sait.ca/trojans - that will coincide with celebrating their 50th year in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC).
50th Anniversary Series: More than just Sports
by Curtis J. Phillips, ACAC Sports Writer
09/14/2014...Calgary, Alberta - Everyone has a story.
At first I was going to write about all of the great accomplishments that Ken Tidsbury, now 77 years young, had done during his time with the SAIT Trojans athletic department and the Calgary college itself during his lengthy tenure from 1968 to 1995.
Or I could have led with the fact that he was an all-around athlete in high school, first in Calgary and then later in Saskatoon, relocating there when his father was transferred in 1953.