Knowing they'd need their best effort against the nationally third-ranked SAIT Trojans, the Kodiaks delivered a gutsy 3-1 victory at home on Saturday night.
The clock is ticking down on the ACAC regular season in both volleyball and basketball, and the Lethbridge College Kodiaks find themselves in the thick of playoff races in both sports.
Riding standout weekends, Carter Hansen (MVB) and Sophia Nowicki (IT) have been named the Kodiaks Moxie's Athletes of the Week.
Desperately needing a weekend sweep of the nationally sixth ranked Briercrest Clippers, the Lethbridge College Kodiaks gave their playoff chances a huge boost with a hard earned 3-1 win on Saturday afternoon.
Carter Hansen had 16 kills and Zach Wikenheiser had a tremendous game at setter as the Kodiaks knocked off the second place Briercrest Clippers in straight sets on Friday evening.
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.
Both Kodiaks men's and women's volleyball teams ran into tough competition on Friday night, dropping matches against Red Deer College to start their weekend series.
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.