Kodiaks Weekend Update - Feb. 19

Women's basketball weekend update

It was a good weekend for the Kodiaks as they took on our southern Alberta rivals, the Medicine Hat Rattlers. In Friday night's home action, the women topped the Rattlers 80-45. Ali Cameron lit it up all night long, scoring 34 points. Deanna Dotts kept her eye on the boards, pulling down 12 rebounds for her team. On Saturday night in Medicine Hat, the Kodiaks came out on top again winning 84-50. Emma Lowry led the team in scoring with 23 points. Sunder West showed great defensive anticipation as she came up with six steals on the game. The Kodiaks moved up a spot in national rankings and are now ranked fourth in Canada. They are on the road this weekend as they travel to Saskatchewan to play Briercrest College. 
 

Men's basketball weekend update 

The Kodiaks knew it would be a tough weekend as they faced off against the Medicine Hat Rattlers. The two teams are very close in ACAC South Division standings. On Friday night, the Val Matteotti gym was filled with fans cheering for both sides. The Rattlers and Kodiaks were neck and neck as it came down to the wire, however, the Kodiaks lost the game 98-91. Travis Butt was awarded player of the game, with 18 points, three assists, and three steals on the game. In Medicine Hat on Saturday, it was another tight game as both teams fought hard for the win. Despite a diligent effort, the Kodiaks lost to the Rattlers 65-61. Chris Maughan was named player of the game with 14 points, nine rebounds, one assist, and three blocked shots. The Kodiaks will be traveling to Saskatchewan this weekend to play Briercrest College. 
 

Women's and men's volleyball update

The Kodiaks volleyball teams had this past weekend off. They will play Olds College this weekend in a home and away series. The Kodiaks will be playing at home Saturday night at 6 and 8 p.m. The Kodiaks men’s team looks to solidify an ACAC Championships spot with a win this weekend. Good luck to all Kodiaks athletes this weekend.