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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

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Kodiaks women volleyball fighting for top four

Volleyball season is half way to provincials and the Lethbridge College women Kodiaks team believes that this year they will take their team to the final tournament With six games under their belt, the women’s Kodiak’s are sitting with a 4-2 advantage in the league. The Kodiak team has 12 senior players and four new

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Men’s volleyball team selects new captain

A new season of Kodiak volleyball is set to kick off and with that comes new captains as well. One of those captains for the men’s team is second year player Matt Primrose. Being named a captain in just his second year shows the faith the coaches have in his abilities to be a solid leader

The top three sports injuries.

Injuries plague kodiaks

The top three sports injuries. From learning to crawl and to walk, bumps and bruises often surround us. It often carries on throughout our lives from freak accidents just simple injuries and pains from something such as paper. Bumps and bruises and the walking wounded are often all parts of the athletic world. From dislocated

Kodiak bumps and bruises

The Lethbridge College Kodiaks women’s volleyball team is taking the court for the second half of the season, nursing some bumps and bruises. The Kodiaks are gearing up for a big match this weekend against the Briercrest Clippers from Saskatchewan. The Kodiaks say they can’t allow the injury bug to keep them from finishing the

Kristine Ward of the Lethbridge College Kodiaks goes in for the kill against the Briercrest Clippers on Saturday, Oct 15 in their home opener.

New year, new team, new opportunities

Kristine Ward of the Lethbridge College Kodiaks goes in for the kill against the Briercrest Clippers on Saturday, Oct. 15 in the home opener. Having your home opener against last year’s Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference Championship winners would be tough. That’s what the Lethbridge College Kodiaks women’s volleyball team did.Both the men’s and women’s Kodiak volleyball

Kodiaks men warming up for their second half of the season in the Val Matteoti gym on January 6.

Mike Hawkins bids farewell

A new face will be at the helm of the Kodiaks men’s volleyball team come next season. Current coach Mike Hawkins has left the program to take the reins of the Thompson Rivers University Wolf Pack men’s program, Aaron Haugen has more.

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Kodiaks women’s volleyball

  The Kodiaks women’s volleyball team expects to bump up in the standings with a couple of wins this weekend, Halen Kooper reports. Lethbridge College will host the Ambrose Lions Friday and then travel to Ambrose University Saturday. Head coach Dusty Stauth knows if they’re going to win, they need to control the pace of

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