The Kodiaks used 13-point contributions from the trio of Jaclyn Heggie, Amy Arbon and Matlin McMurray on their way to a 78-46 win over the Ambrose Lions.
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.
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.
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.
Brittney Thibeaux scored a game high 24 points and Michaela Allen-Gullion added 18 as the Olds College Broncos rolled to a 75-42 win over the Lethbridge College Kodiaks on Friday night.