The Lethbridge College Kodiaks women’s basketball program returns to the ACAC championships this weekend after a one-season playoff absence. The Kodiaks finished the regular season with a 13-8 record, placing third in the ACAC south division. That sets up a quarterfinal matchup with the championship tournament host Keyano Huskies on Thursday evening.
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.
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.
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.
After strong weekend performances against Red Deer, Lincoln Anderson (MBB) and Matlin McMurray have been named the Mucho Burrito Athletes of the Week.
Kodiaks volleyball and basketball programs are hitting the road this weekend, with the hoops squad playing a pair of games in Red Deer while volleyball heads to Saskatchewan to take on Briercrest.
The Kodiaks basketball and volleyball teams clashed against their rivals from SAIT this weekend, and when the dust settled each institution came away with a trio of victories.