The All-Canadian Podcast will return with two episodes a week starting May 8th.
Red Deer Holds Off Comeback Efforts from Mountaineers in 80-70 Win
HAMILTON – The Queens bent down the stretch but didn’t break. Now, they’re off to the Bronze Medal Semifinals as a result. The Red Deer Queens held off a late charge from the Mohawk Mountaineers on Thursday afternoon, picking up an 80-70 win over the hosts to advance to the Bronze Medal Semifinals at the…
Vikings Advance to CCAA Bronze Medal Semifinals with 12-Point Win Over Mystics, 80-68
HAMILTON – “We’re playing with nothing to lose.” Those were the words from Jenessa Doctor after the first of two Bronze Quarterfinals on Thursday afternoon. Doctor and the Augustana Vikings picked up a 12-point win over the MSVU Mystics, 80-68, to advance to the Bronze Semifinals on Friday night. Doctor was named Player of the…
Big First Half Leads Blues Past Queens in CCAA Quarterfinals, 68-51
HAMILTON – It’s long been said that it’s not how you start, but how you finish. For the Dawson Blues on Wednesday night, how they started helped how they finished in Hamilton. The Blues used a big first half to put separation between themselves and the Red Deer Queens, and Dawson picked up a 68-51…
Humber Soars to 84-63 Win Over Vikings in CCAA Quarterfinals
HAMILTON – The Hawks are bound for the semifinals. In the second quarter-final matchup at the 2023 CCAA Women’s Basketball National Championship in Hamilton, the Humber Hawks rolled to the 84-63 win over the Augustana Vikings to punch their ticket to the semifinals on Thursday afternoon. The Hawks were led by Britney English, who was…
Coaldale’s Petker Joins the Kodiaks Men’s Volleyball Program
Coaldale, Alberta native Karl Petker will suit up for the Kodiaks in 2023.
NAIT Midfielder Sarah Moorji to Donate Books to St. Edmund School for Every Ooks Goal in 2022
EDMONTON – My goal is to encourage student-athletes to use their platforms to help individuals and organizations locally, provincially, and even nationally. Those were the words from NAIT Ooks Women’s Soccer midfielder Sarah Moorji (Edmonton, Alta.) when she was describing her latest initiative. The fifth-year student-athlete is gearing up for her final season with the…
Amin Suleman’s Basketball Career Comes Full Circle Ahead of Nationals
Amin Suleman will close his collegiate career back where it all started. At home.
The Final Chapter: Keilan Dobish Reflects on his Six-Year Career at NAIT
NAIT forward Keilan Dobish reflects back on his six-year career with the Ooks.