Kodiaks cross country runners host ACAC championships

The Kodiaks soccer teams will wrap up their regular season on the road this weekend with games against Lakeland College on Saturday and Red Deer College on Sunday.
The Kodiak Women’s team is second in the ACAC South with a 4-0-4 record while the Kodiak men are ranked 11 in the nation and are first in the ACAC South with a 7-1-0 record.

The Kodiaks volleyball teams are home this weekend against Olds College on both Friday and Saturday.
Friday will be Junior/Senior High Volleyball Appreciation night with free admission to junior and senior high school students.
Both nights are part of the Emergency Services Appreciation weekend with free admission for those being celebrated.
Next weekend, the Kodiaks will play a home and home against Medicine Hat College, with games in Lethbridge on Friday and games in Medicine Hat on Sunday.
The Kodiak Women’s team is tied for first in the ACAC South at 2-2 while the the Kodiak Men’s team is in third place in the ACAC south at 1-1.
Both Friday games will be live streamed by Lethbridge Campus Media students on sportscanada.tv.

The Kodiaks basketball teams will be at home Saturday against St. Mary’s at 8 p.m.
The 1966-67 men’s team will have their Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame induction celebrated during halftime of the men’s game, as well as part of EMS appreciation weekend.
On Oct. 30, the Kodiaks will be home to Ambrose College. Show your residence pride during the first Residence Halls Battle of the season.

The nationally-ranked Kodiaks cross-country teams have the weekend off in preparation for the ACAC Championships on Oct. 31 at Nicholas Sheran Park.
The awards banquet will take place after the meet at the Sandman Hotel on Mayor Magrath Drive South. The Kodiak women are ranked first in the nation while the men are ranked fifth.

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A native of Sunburst, Montana USA, Aaron Haugen is a 2nd year Digital Journalism student in Lethbridge College’s Digital Communications and Media program. He is active in local politics and is the Student Representative to the Lethbridge College Board of Governors