Named 2019 ACAC Male Golfer of the Year only a few weeks prior, Berget finished 217 (73-74-70), only one stroke behind champion Louis-Alexandre Jobin-Colgan of the Champlain St. Lawrence Lions who had a card reading 71-75-70.
Day 1 of the 2019 ACAC Golf Championships sees Medicine Hat College in first place for the Men's overall team score while first place in the Women's overall team score goes to Concordia University of Edmonton
Golfers will have the chance to taste the Coalmine Nachos or Cowboy Burger this weekend. It's the 2019-2020 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference Golf Championships (ACAC). Hosted by the University of Alberta Augustana Vikings, and located at Coal Creek Golf Resort near Ryley, Alberta. Here are quick thumbnail looks at the participating schools.
Being a head coach at the post-secondary level can be described as more of a lifestyle than a job. The hours are long, you are never off the clock, the highs are euphoric, and lows are stressful. At the end of the day, the passion for the game, the rewarding feeling of watching student-athletes develop as both players and people can't be replicated anywhere else.
The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) Golf Championships wrapped up Sunday at Alberta Springs Golf Resort and there were several exceptional performances to complete the championship weekend.
Day one of the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) Golf Championships wrapped up Saturday, and the competition was strong among ACAC golfers and teams at Alberta Springs Golf Resort. The second day of the championships, when medals will be determined, will take place on Sunday. Red Deer College (RDC) is the host of the two-day event.
The 2018 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference Golf Championships (Presented by Holiday Inn) are scheduled to tee off tomorrow, Saturday September 29, 2018 at the Alberta Spring Golf Resort located six kilometres west of Red Deer and hosted by Red Deer College.
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?"
It is bittersweet to announce that Olds College Broncos Sports Information Officer Brendan Stasiewich has accepted a job offer from the PGA Tour and will be departing the Broncos after one season with the program.
Only three strokes kept Red Deer Queens’ Shaye Leidenius off of the podium at the 2017 PING Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Golf National Championships which concluded Friday at The Royal Ashburn Golf Club in Whitby, Ontario.
According to a Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) media release, the 2017 PING CCAA Golf National Championships will be held October 17-20, 2017 at “The Royal Ashburn Golf Club (located in Whitby, Ontario) which opened in 1962 as an 18-hole facility, and has since developed into a world-class facility, ranked among the Top 50 public golf courses in Canada.”
Camrose Golf Club and Desert Blume Golf Club hosted the 2017 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) North and South Regionals and now it is RedTail Landing Golf Club’s turn to host the 2017 ACAC Golf Championships to be held September 30 - October 1, 2017.
If you have a sweet tooth, the hamlet of Guy, which is located in northwest Alberta, is the place to bee as it is the largest producer of Organic Honey in Canada.
After a quick sugar buzz, take a turn at Township Road 760 and drive 11 kilometres and you will discover yet another sweet spot.
For the first time in Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association history, the Golf National Championships are heading to Alberta.
Medicine Hat College of the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) has been approved to host the 2018 PING CCAA Golf National Championships. The bid was approved today in Abbotsford, BC, at the CCAA annual general meeting.