Coming off their best season in over a decade, the Kodiaks are continuing to bolster their lineup for next season by inking Medicine Hat native Carley Doneff to a letter of intent.
Kodiaks fans have three days to vote for seven of this year's major awards, including male and female athletes of the year and best comeback of the year.
The most valuable player in Southern Alberta High School Volleyball will join the Kodiaks this fall, as head coach Greg Gibos has secured the signing of LCI produce Max Baceda.
After their most successful season in over a decade, the Kodiaks women's volleyball team continues to add talent, securing a commitment from southern Alberta standout LeeAnne Arnott for 2018-19.
The Kodiaks women's futsal team was looking for redemption after a disappointing outdoor soccer season in the fall. The mission was successful, as the Kodiaks made it all the way to the championship game at the tournament hosted by Lakeland College in Lloydminster, before earning a silver medal.
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.
Interested in becoming a Kodiak? Both men's and women's volleyball teams have set their 2018 Spring Talent I.D. camp dates!