In a move that surprises no one, our ACAC champion teams have been named our Mucho Burrito Athletes of the Week!
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.
A season to remember became a little more special for the Lethbridge College Kodiaks soccer teams on Thursday evening. The Kodiaks earned player and coach of the year honours on both the men’s and women’s sides at the ACAC soccer awards banquet in Edmonton.
Coming off two of the strongest regular seasons in their program histories, both Lethbridge College women’s and men’s soccer teams look to continue their rolls at the ACAC championships. The tournament begins Friday in Edmonton and is hosted by NAIT.
The Kodiaks travelled north and tied Red Deer College nil-nil on Saturday before defeating U of A – Augustana 5-1 on Sunday, powered by a four-point game from their captain Ben Knight.
As the ACAC regular season wraps up, both Lethbridge College Kodiaks soccer teams have a chance to finish the year at the top of the ACAC south division.
Jaden Veluw and Sophia Nowicki continued their strong campaigns last weekend, earning this week's Mucho Burrito Athlete of the Week honours!
The Kodiaks soccer teams will play their final two home games of the ACAC season over the next week as they attempt to lock down ACAC playoff positions. Meanwhile, the Kodiaks cross country team will travel to Camrose for its final tune-up before the ACAC championships later this month.