The Lethbridge College Kodiaks basketball teams wrap up their ACAC regular seasons this weekend, with playoff implications for both teams. The Kodiaks women’s team has already clinched a postseason berth, while the men’s team needs to try to scramble its way in. Both teams visit Olds College for games on Friday and Saturday.
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks believe “we are all Kodiaks,” and that extends to the local junior and senior high school communities. To show that spirit, all students and their chaperones are invited to check out Kodiaks basketball action for free on Junior and Senior High School appreciation night on Friday.
Both Kodiaks basketball and volleyball teams will prepare for battle with rival SAIT sides this weekend, with basketball hosting the Trojans on Friday and volleyball hosting their Calgary rivals on Saturday.
Already the conference’s career leader in assists, Clemons ascended to the top of another ACAC record after recording his 210th career steal in a weekend sweep of the Medicine Hat College Rattlers over the weekend.
Once a Kodiak, always a Kodiak. Lethbridge College is calling all of its former student-athletes home as it hosts its inaugural Kodiaks Alumni Weekend on Friday and Saturday at the Val Matteotti Gymnasium.
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks used shutdown defence and a double-double from Jocelyn Nielson to charge past the SAIT Trojans 57-33 to sweep a two-game Calgary roadtrip. The men were not so lucky, falling to the Trojans 97-74.
The Kodiaks men's basketball team evened up their record at 2-2 after a big home win against the Olds Broncos on Saturday. Meanwhile, the Kodiaks women's team were unable to defeat a nationally ranked Broncos side.