Wider Horizons

The Kodiaks’ 2014-15 season has been one of talent and teamwork, grit and great plays – and fans and friendskodiaks alike are looking forward to the second half of the season that starts back up in January. Highlights include the women’s soccer team, which made its first appearance back to the ACAC Championships in eight years. Victoria Poitras and men’s soccer player Logan Tataryn were named to the ACAC All Conference team. It was another impressive season for the Kodiaks men’s and women’s golf teams, which concluded with a trip to the CCAA National Championships in Quebec. The men’s team took the ACAC silver medal, Justin Wood earned the individual ACAC gold, John McKiernan the ACAC silver and Lisa Reid the individual ACAC gold. Justin Wood and Lisa Reid also earned the ACAC Men’s and Women’s Golf Players of the Year award, Reid earned a Top 10 finish at CCAA National Championships, and the men’s team finished in the top 10. The women’s cross country team captured a bronze medal for its best finish throughout the entire 2014 season at the CCAA National Championships. Rachel McKenzie led the way for the Kodiaks earning All Canadian First team honors. The team now looks to the ACAC indoor season which runs until Feb. 28. And finally, in another impressive season for the Kodiaks men’s team, the men finished in fifth at the CCAA National Championships. Edwin Kaitany ran a strong race at nationals and earned an individual silver medal and All Canadian First team honours. At the ACAC level, the team finished with a silver medal with Kaitany earning the individual gold and Boaz Korir bringing home the silver. The men’s team is looking to defend its title again during the ACAC indoor season.

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