ACAC 2017 Championships articles


Lethbridge College Kodiak player serves up history

Lethbridge College Kodiak player serves up history

One Kodiaks athlete has ensured his name will live among legends. Lethal left-side hitter Dax Whitehead has been officially named the most potent offensive volleyball player in Kodiaks history. Originally from Moose Jaw, SK, Whitehead joined the Kodiaks in 2013. Head coach Greg Gibos says that since joining the squad, Whitehead has been a driving

Sisiter Shantaya (left) and Hanna (right) Strebel show off their new rings.

Flying high above the hardwood

For one teenage girl, standing on the shoulders of giants started out as nothing more than a dream. That dream seemed out of reach for 19-year-old Hanna Strebel. The younger sister of Shantaya Strebel, a now-graduated Lethbridge College Kodiaks forward from Tabiona, Utah, has Down syndrome. Back in March, Hanna’s smile lit up the bench


Lightning strikes rattlers

St. Mary’s defends against Megan Getz of the Rattlers.  The Lightning struck but to no avail, taking home a silver medal. The Saint Mary’s Lightning went into the weekend as a second ranked south division seed. The Lightning left with heavy necks, as they claimed second place overall, and took home the silver medals for


Golden girls

Photo provided by Lethbridge College Logan Moncks (right) and the rest of the Kodiaks celebrate their ACAC championship victory in the Val Matteotti gymnasium March 4. Everyone can exhale as the Lethbridge College Kodiaks claimed the Alberta College Athletic Conference (ACAC) women’s basketball conference championships. The Kodiaks continued its undefeated season by taking out St.