The Val Matteotti Gymnasium will be rocking this weekend as both Kodiaks basketball and volleyball teams hit the home court.
Both Kodiaks soccer teams are playoff bound, men's volleyball continued their perfect start to the season, and women's basketball secured a big road victory.
The Kodiaks volleyball teams serve up their first game at home, basketball is at Ambrose, men's soccer will try to jump into second place, while women's soccer will look to cement a playoff berth.
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks couldn't overcome an offensive blitz from the defending ACAC champion SAIT Trojans, falling 108-89 in their home opener.
It’s officially Kodiaks season, as the new Lethbridge College volleyball and basketball campaigns begin this weekend.
It's a busy weekend in Kodiaks Country with all four sports in action, including basketball opening their ACAC season at home on Saturday.
Kodiaks head men’s basketball coach Ryan Heggie has gone south of the border to add additional offensive punch to his 2018-19 lineup.
Kodiaks MBB are set to inject more southern Alberta flavour into their lineup this season, as head coach Ryan Heggie has announced the addition of Cardston High alumni Skylar Thompson and Lincoln Anderson.