Karynn skipped the NAIT Ooks women’s curling team to a bronze medal this past weekend at the CCAA National Curling Championships in London, Ontario, hosted by Fanshawe College.
U of A-Augustana
Brad has led the Augustana men’s curling team as Skip for the past two years, constantly improving upon his skill and leadership abilities and earning a bronze medal at last week’s 2016 CCAA National Curling Championships.
The Beast Did Not Win
by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips
May 21, 2016...Fort McMurray, Alberta - The Beast.
The Beast came into our world Tuesday May 3, 2016 when nearly 90,000 fellow Fort McMurray residents were evacuated due to a wildfire that would eventually engulf and destroy 2,500 structures.
Like others, this time frame has been one of confusion, fear and now hope.
Olds College Athletics Director Elected ACAC President
05/17/2016, Olds, AB – The success and excellence of the head of the Olds College Broncos athletics program has resulted in Olds College Director of Athletics, Fitness and Recreation being recognized provincially by his peers within the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC). Bob Murray has been the man behind the success of the Olds College Broncos athletics program since April, 2013, and has been elected as the new President of the ACAC. Murray was elected by the Conference Council of members, which includes 16 post-secondary institutions from across Alberta and one in Saskatchewan.
ACAC News Breaks April 25 - May 1, 2016
05/02/2016...In the news.
Here are just a few of the headlines in the news pertaining to the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference for the week of April 25 - May 1, 2016.
Concordia University of Edmonton Thunder: Tanner McCorriston Commits to Concordia University
Keyano College Huskies: Former Huskies hockey head coach Strand discusses team’s cut
ACAC News Breaks April 18-24, 2016
04/26/2016...In the news.
Here are just a few of the headlines in the news pertaining to the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference for the week of April 18-24, 2016.
Concordia University of Edmonton: Concordia Thunder women's soccer head coach Froco Imbrogno figures young crew could return to national final
Grande Prairie: Leigh Goldie retires after 41 years
Keyano College: To survive downturn, Keyano ends hoc