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The Kings then placed fifth at the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Men’s Volleyball National Championship in Fredericton, NB on March 11-14. They won their opening match 3-0 over the host St. Thomas University Tommies. Red Deer dropped the semi-final 3-2 to the eventual champion Capilano University Blues. They also lost the bronze.
The big smash by Toze (fourth year, Bachelor of Kinesiology, Brisbane, Australia) finished off a straight-sets win for the Kings over the Briercrest Clippers in the first semifinal of the Murray Chevrolet Cadillac 2020 ACAC Men’s Volleyball Championships. The win returns Red Deer to the ACAC championship game for the first time in three seasons, following a run of seven-straight years.
Aaron Schulha, head coach of the Red Deer Kings’ volleyball team in Red Deer, Alta., has been named the recipient of the2014 CCAA Coaching Excellence Across All Sports award. In the past five seasons, Shulha’s leadership has earned Red Deer two ACAC silver medals, two ACAC gold medals, a 17-1 record in the 2013-14 regular season, and the 2014 CCAA Men’s Volleyball National Championship.
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RED DEER, ALTA., (Feb. 1, 2019) — It just wasn't the SAIT Trojans men's volleyball team's night. SAIT couldn't find a whole lot that worked on Friday, as they fell to the host Red Deer College Kings 3-0 (25-20, 25-19, 25-21) in Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) action.
There were two kings, but only one crown, and in the end, it was the Red Deer Kings who pushed past The King’s University Eagles. In the opening match of the Murray Chevrolet Cadillac 2020 ACAC Men’s Volleyball Championship, Red Deer College jumped out to an early lead before closing out a 3-1 victory.
The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) is the governing body for collegiate sports in Alberta, Canada.Founded in 1964, as the Western Inter-College Conference, the ACAC is represented by eighteen schools, including one in Saskatchewan, that compete in ten sports. The ACAC is a member of the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association, and provincial champions compete for national.
The 2016-2017 ACAC Men’s Volleyball Championship will take place from February 23 to 25 in the Main Gym at Red Deer College. “This is a great opportunity for people from across central Alberta to see some of the best men’s volleyball competition in the nation,” says Diane St-Denis, RDC Athletic Director. “When we have the opportunity.
The Pilots men also dropped their four matches, losing in straight sets to each of Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Douglas College, King’s University and Red Deer College. Finally, Calgary-based St. Mary’s University beat both the Providence women’s and men’s teams, and the men’s outfit also lost to Caronport SK’s Briercrest College.
In the semi-final, the Red Deer College Kings swept the Briercrest College Clippers (25-20, 25-13 and 25-19). Toze had another great game, totaling 12 kills, five digs, two stuff blocks and one ace. Increasing his hitting percentage (0.588) in the match, the talented student-athlete from Brisbane, Australia was a force again, and was named the Kings Player-of-the-Game.
That's the question the Lethbridge College Kodiaks' men's volleyball team will begin to answer as the 2019-20 ACAC season begins this weekend. Oct 17, 2019 Sports.
College Volleyball Teams to Play at High School Provincials Red Deer, Wednesday, November 18, 2009 On the rare occasion college and high schools teams collaborate, and on Friday, November 27 at 7:30 p.m. at Rocky Mountain House Confluence Campus, RDC Kings Volleyball team and Briercrest will play a match during the 2A Alberta High School Provincials.
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Colby Brochu Photography 1st: Fanshawe Falcons 2nd: Red Deer College Kings 3rd: VIU Mariners.
The Fanshawe Falcons couldn’t match last year’s bronze medal performance at the Canadian college men’s volleyball championship, losing to the Medicine Hat Rattlers in the bronze medal final.
Central Alberta Queens Volleyball Club. -Coached RDC Men’s volleyball for 12 years winning 9 National Championships-Inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame 2016 -Inducted into the ACAC Hall of Fame 2017-2009 Inductee into the Alberta Volleyball Hall of Fame as Head Coach for the Red Deer Kings and the 8 year National Championship Run.-Coached in German Bundesliga (Division 1 Pro) in.
Diane St-Denis, the Red Deer College athletic director discusses Kings and Queens athletics. Men's volleyball coach Aaron Schulha touches on winning an ACAC championship and overall success of the.
Rod Durrant Men's Head Coach University of Calgary Dinos; Talbot Walton Women's Head Coach Red Deer College Queens; Aaron Schulha Men's Head Coach Red Deer College Kings; Shawn Sky Men's Head Coach Mount Royal College Cougars; Calvin Aubin Women's Assistant Coach Mount Royal College Cougars; Glen Brooker Men's Assistant Coach Mount Royal.