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MCAC sends condolences to former MCAC athlete, Ashley Goodwin’s, family and friends

The Manitoba Colleges Athletics Conferences is deeply saddened by the news that Ashley Goodwin, former MCAC women’s volleyball athlete at Red River College, has passed away unexpectedly on May 30 and express our condolences to Goodwin’s family and friends. Goodwin left a mark on the MCAC and on a lot of fellow MCAC athletes, including ...

A love for futsal helped improve Katie Brown’s outdoor game

Katie Brown’s two seasons on the women’s soccer team at Assiniboine Community College were polar opposites – the team played a full season in 2019 and were only able to practice and play exhibition games in 2020. Brown says she wouldn’t change anything about her time at ACC and she’s learned a lot from being ...

Hofer leaves CMU a two-time MCAC champion

Carter Hofer wasn’t on the volleyball court during his final year at Canadian Mennonite University, but the Blazers’ left side is leaving a two-time champion — winning in his first and final seasons. The men’s volleyball team was down two sets to none in the 2020 Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference championship game against the top-ranked ...

Stevenson’s first MCAC goal represents four years of growth at PUC

In her final game with the Providence University College Pilots women’s soccer team, Rebekah Stevenson scored her first goal – a goal that represents her time and growth with the team. “That was just the best feeling in the world. It was like the peak of everything, it was so cool because most of the ...

Cougars men’s soccer adds Sandoval to midfield for 2021

Jafet Sandoval is the first Vincent Massey graduate to commit to the Cougars 2021 men’s soccer roster. Sandoval is originally from Choloma, Honduras and moved to Canada with his parents and sister in December 2010. He relied on support from teachers and fellow classmates to help him overcome the language barrier and acclimatize to Canada. ...