The Lethbridge College Kodiaks indoor track team begins its 2019 season this weekend at an ACAC Grand Prix event in Edmonton. The event begins a new era for the Kodiaks as Simon Schaerz officially takes over as the team’s head coach.
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks didn’t have to look far for a new indoor track and cross country head coach, as co-coach Simon Schaerz has been promoted to the top job.
Lethbridge College's rookie sensation, Sophia Nowicki, completed a season to remember by winning four medals at the ACAC indoor track championships. Her medal haul was part of a total of six medals won by Kodiaks athletes at the meet held by MacEwan University in Edmonton on Friday and Saturday.
The Kodiaks are on the prowl for gold this weekend. Lethbridge College’s indoor track and futsal teams will both compete in Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) championship tournaments.
The Kodiaks indoor track team had another successful meet in Calgary on Saturday, taking home six medals and third place team overall.
The Kodiaks are joining forces with the ACAC and the conference’s other 16 member institutions to Make Some Noise for Mental Health this weekend. A conference-wide awareness campaign to break stigmas around mental health, the initiative involves student-athletes to encourage empathy, understanding and open-mindedness while promoting resources and support available on campuses and in their communities.
Kayla Enders claimed top individual female overall as the Kodiaks Indoor Track team had a successful first meet in Edmonton on Saturday.
It's a busy weekend in Kodiaks Country, with volleyball and basketball teams taking on division rivals and Indoor Track kicking off their season in Edmonton.