Lethbridge College’s indoor track team is ready to lace up the runners as the ACAC season begins this weekend. The Kodiaks travel to MacEwan University in Edmonton for ACAC Running Room Grand Prix #1. It is one of two official ACAC events ahead of March’s conference championships.
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks athletics program prides itself on the three pillars of success – academic accountability, athletic excellence and the student-athlete experience. Three new awards created by the department and community partners will help to honour the student-athletes, coaches and teams who strive to fulfill these pillars.
A research project at Lethbridge College has compiled all of the Kodiaks championship history in one place for the first time, and it shows the Kodiaks are even more successful than initially known.
The ACAC soccer championships are coming to Lethbridge College in 2020. The Kodiaks were named as the host for both the women’s and men’s tournaments during the ACAC annual meeting.
Two athletes, two builders and two teams are set to be inducted into the Lethbridge College Kodiaks Hall of Fame. The 2019 class, the second group to enter the hall, will be honoured during the upcoming Kodiaks’ basketball and volleyball weekend home stand on Friday and Saturday evenings.
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks women’s cross country team are national champions. The Kodiaks braved the weather to claim the gold medal at the CCAA championships in Grande Prairie, while Sophia Nowicki claimed a national bronze medal.
Sean Carey keeps adding to his accolades as he was named CCAA national men’s soccer coach of the year at the CCAA awards banquet.
Fresh off winning the first ACAC championship in program history, the Lethbridge College men’s soccer team joins seven other teams from across Canada at the CCAA championships.
Lethbridge College Kodiaks cross country running star Sophia Nowicki leads her team into the CCAA national championships on Saturday in Grande Prairie. Nowicki will look to repeat as national champion, while her women’s team aims to improve on the silver medal it won at last year’s Canadian championships.
For the first time ever the Lethbridge College Kodiaks men’s soccer team has won the ACAC championship. The Kodiaks beat Red Deer College 2-0 in the gold medal match on Sunday evening in Edmonton to earn the banner.