Despite nearly letting a 2-0 lead slip away, the Lethbridge College Kodiaks used a dominant fifth set to defeat the SAIT Trojans 3-2 in semi-final action of the 2019 Sutton Place Hotel ACAC Men's Volleyball Championship.
A legendary performance from Carter Hansen helped the south division champion Lethbridge College Kodiaks down The King’s University Eagles in straight sets (26-24, 25-18, 26-24) on Thursday.
The Kodiaks men’s volleyball team was honoured for the best season in program history at the ACAC awards banquet on Wednesday evening. Head coach Greg Gibos was named south division coach of the year and four Kodiaks – Carter Hansen, Michael Hummel, Matt Primrose and Dax Whitehead – were named to the ACAC south all-conference team.
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks men’s volleyball team has spent the season re-writing its record book. Now the team hopes to continue its stellar play into the ACAC championships, beginning Thursday in Edmonton, hosted by NAIT.
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.
Monster months helped push their teams into prime playoff position. Dax Whitehead (MVB) and Juhee Anderson (WBB) have been named the January Italian Table/Moxie's Athletes of the Month.
The Lethbridge College men’s volleyball team is in the midst of the best season in program history. This weekend, the team is on its home court for the final time this season, hosting Red Deer College for games on Friday and Saturday.
Dax Whitehead became the CCAA career kills leader in a weekend sweep of Briercrest, while women's basketball put themselves in good position with a weekend sweep of Red Deer College.