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Players of the Year

2014-15 Player of the Year Scholarship Recipients

The ACAC is pleased to announce the 2014-15 Player of the Year scholarship recipients

Mirelle Martens, GPRC

ACAC Athlete of the Year - all sports

Rachael Smillie, Concordia University of Edmonton

Badminton Player of the Year

Ali Cameron, Lethbridge College

Basketball Player of the Year

Jenni Tonita, Lakeland College
Sunder West, Lethbridge College

Basketball Alberta Rookie of the Year

Karynn Flory, NAIT

Curler of the Year

Caitlyn Blain, Ambrose University

Futsal Player of the Year

Lisa Reid, Lethbridge College

Golfer of the Year

Megan Jones, Red Deer College

Sher-Wood Hockey Player of the Year

Kaely McMurtry, Red Deer College

Sher-Wood Hockey Rookie of the Year

Kayla Michaels, NAIT

Alberta Soccer Association Soccer Player of the Year

Eleni Stamatakis, Concordia University of Edmonton
Lyndee Saler, Lethbridge College

Alberta Soccer Association Rookie of the Year

Mirelle Martens, GPRC

Running Room Cross Country Runner of the Year

Samantha Zacharias, Briercrest College

Alberta Volleyball Officials Association Volleyball Player of the Year

Tiffany Evans, NAIT
Ashtyn McKenzie, Ambrose University

Volleyball Alberta Rookie of the Year

Luke Brisbane, Red Deer College

ACAC Athlete of the Year - all sports

Nick Roque, NAIT

Badminton Player of the Year

Donny Moss, NAIT

Basketball Player of the Year

Josh Magpantay, Lakeland College
Kaleel Faiz, Olds College

Basketball Alberta Rookie of the Year

Jordan Steinke, Grant MacEwan University

Curler of the Year

Pedro Bianchi, Keyano College

Futsal Player of the Year

Justin Wood, Lethbridge College

Golfer of the Year

John Dunbar, NAIT

Sher-Wood Hockey Player of the Year

Aaron Armstrong, Briercrest College

Sher-Wood Hockey Rookie of the Year

Stefan Cukovic, Lakeland College

Alberta Soccer Association Soccer Player of the Year

Bruno Zebie, NAIT
Braydon Jetten, Lethbridge College

Alberta Soccer Association Rookie of the Year

Edwin Kaitany, Lethbridge College

Running Room Cross Country Runner of the Year

Luke Brisbane, Red Deer College

Alberta Volleyball Officials Association Volleyball Player of the Year

Dylan Tarbett, GPRC
Kai Hesthammer, Lethbridge College

Volleyball Alberta Rookie of the Year

 

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News Highlights

Peters stays home as she begins her college basketball career at Briercrest

07/28/15... Caronport, SK - Caronport’s Emilie Peters has decided to remain in her hometown as she begins her college basketball career this fall in the well-known Margaret P. Reimer Memorial gymnasium this fall.

 

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Babey among former Trojans inducted to Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame

7/27/15... Canmore  - On Saturday, July 25, the Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame inducted its class of 2015 and the SAIT Trojans were well-represented among the inductees.

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ACAC Hockey Welcomes Reebok-CCM as Official Equipment Supplier

7/20/2015... Edmonton – The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) is pleased to announce that a 5 year partnership agreement has been struck with Reebok-CCM to become the exclusive hockey equipment supplier to ACAC women’s and men’s hockey programs.

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2015-16 Female Apprentice Coach Program participants from the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference

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FACP 2015-16: ACAC Participants

July 16, 2015 - The 2015-16 Female Apprentice Coach Program participants from the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference.  

To track the apprentices and mentors throughout the season, follow the CCAA on Twitter (https://twitter.com/CCAAsportsACSC)

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Grant to change roles with SAIT Trojans xc running and indoor track teams

07/09/2015 … Calgary, AB — Jamie Grant admits he couldn’t let it go all at once. 

Grant, who has led the SAIT Trojans cross-country running team the past six years - and its indoor track team the past two - has decided to step back from his role as head coach. The change was made in order to allow him to spend more time with his growing family, who keep him running around enough as it is.

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