CCAA Women’s Basketball Starting Five: Nov. 12-18, 2018

SARNIA, Ontario -- The end of the first semester is just around the corner, which means teams across the country are looking to build some momentum before they take over a month off from game action. Whether they are looking to maintain their position atop their respective standings, or they're looking to make a move…

Starting Five: Veterans Continue to Lead the Way for Top Contenders in the ACAC

SARNIA, Ontario -- The SAIT Trojans have reigned supreme in the ACAC in each of the last two seasons, and they will look to complete the trifecta in 2018-19. In each of the last two seasons, the Trojans have won the ACAC Championship and have advanced to the CCAA National Championships. While they have come up…

Starting Five: Brittney Thibeaux Drops Back-to-Back 31-Point Performances

SARNIA, Ontario -- Through three weeks of league play, the top contenders in the ACAC have started to separate themselves from the rest of the pack. In the latest edition of the CCAA Top 15 rankings, three teams from the conference are ranked inside the top nine teams in Canada. The 4-0 Medicine Hat Rattlers come…

Lethbridge Pronghorns Add Former ACAC Player of the Year to 2018-19 Roster

LETHBRIDGE, Alberta -- With the 2018-19 Canada West season just around the corner for the Lethbridge Pronghorns, they have added some more talent in time for the new campaign. Canada West play got underway this past weekend, but the Pronghorns were not in action. Now, they have added another talented piece to the puzzle that will…

ACAC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week: Moiyan Toure, Keyano College Huskies

FORT MCMURRAY, Alberta -- One of the top post players in the ACAC from a year ago is back and ready to improve in 2018-19. Last season, Moiyan Toure narrowly missed averaging a double-double over the course of the season. She finished with an average of 9.0 points and 8.3 rebounds per game. Down the stretch, Toure…

ACAC Men’s Basketball Player of the Week: John Smith, SAIT Trojans

CALGARY, Alberta -- Two games into the season, and the SAIT Trojans are picking up right where they left off a year ago. The two-time defending ACAC Champions are out to make it three titles in as many years, and advance back to the CCAA National Championships in 2018-19. After going 1-2 in each of the…

NAIT Ooks Looking to Regain ACAC Title in 2018-19

EDMONTON, Alberta -- Year in and year out, the race for the ACAC title is anyone's for the taking, as the regular season standings get thrown out the window and don't mean a thing. Since the 2009-10 season, seven different schools have won the ACAC Women's Basketball Championship, and no school has gone back-to-back. The MacEwan…