The Kodiaks sent shockwaves throughout the ACAC on Thursday night, handing the nationally #1 ranked SAIT Trojans their first loss of the season. Meanwhile, the Kodiaks women were unable to recover from a slow start in a 61-46 loss.
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 (two silver medals, first place individual at ACAC Grand Prix #1) and Sini Atoa (20 pts, 8 reb vs MHC on Friday) have been named the Moxie's Athletes of the Week!
So close! The Kodiaks women's team nearly knocked off a nationally ranked Rattlers side, while the men were unable to hold maintain a halftime lead in a tough loss to MHC.
The Kodiaks men's basketball team finally found their stride in a 107-101 win Friday night in Medicine Hat, while the Kodiaks women came close to knocking off the nationally ranked Rattlers.
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.
Facing an 17-11 deficit after the opening quarter, the Kodiaks finally broke out and found their shooting touch in a dominant second frame, reversing their fortunes en-route to a huge 88-61 victory over the Olds Broncos on Friday night.
The Kodiaks basketball teams complete a lengthy homestand this weekend by hosting Olds College for games on Friday and Saturday, while volleyball engages in a key home and home with Medicine Hat.