All posts by Neil Noonan

My name’s Neil Noonan and I’d rather not talk in the third-person. I’m a first-year Creative Communications student at Red River Collegiate in Winnipeg, Canada.

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MB College Soccer Player Makes Waves in College League

OTTERBURNE, MB – On Sept. 28, college athlete Andry Giesbrecht showed he is taking the NCCAA men’s soccer league by storm, earning Athlete of the Week status for scoring 12 goals in three games.The 20-year-old plays for Providence College in Otterburne, MB, and to date has scored 29 goals in eight games and with eight ...

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CMU captures 2008 MCAC Golf Title

It was a cool blustery day in Lorette for this year’s MCAC Golf Tournamentheld on Friday September 26th. Scoring was higher than usual with Delmar Epp from Canadian Mennonite University and Johnathan Nostedt from Assiniboine Community College both carding 84s to lead the scoring on this one day event. Delmar Epp was declared best individual ...

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2008 MCAC Men´s Soccer

Congratulations to Providence College for winning the 2008-09 MCAC Men's Soccer Championship!MCAC Men's Soccer StandingsPlacementSchoolRecordPoints1stPC6-0-0182ndCUSB3-2-1103rdCMU2-4-064thSBC0-5-11MCAC Men's Soccer PointsTeamWinsLossesTiesTotal PointsGames PlayedGoals ForGoals AgainstPC600186265CMU24066821SBC05116416CUSB3211061415MCAC Men's Soccer Schedule 2008DayDateTimeHomeAwayFieldGame ResultsTuesday16-Sep-085pmPCCMUProvidence Field8-0 for PCWednesday17-Sep-085pmPCSBCProvidence Field4-0 for PCThursday18-Sep-085pmCUSBSBCWhittier Field3-2 for CUSBSaturday20-Sep-081pmCMUCUSBCMU Field4-1 for CUSBMonday22-Sep-085pmSBCPCSBC Field5-1 for PCTuesday23-Sep-085pmPCCUSBProvidence Field8-2 for PCWednesday24-Sep-085pmSBCCMUSBC Field1-0 for CMUTuesday30-Sep-085pmCMUPCCMU Field5-2 for PCThursday2-Oct-085pmSBCCUSBSBC Field1 - 1 TieMonday6-Oct-085pmCMUSBCCMU ...

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MCAC Women’s Hockey

Women's Hockey

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Blazers Fall To Freemen In Mens Soccer Opener

Otterburne, MB - The Blazers kicked-off their 2008 Men’s Soccer campaign against a Providence College team that was clearly on form, having just come off weekend matches against NCCAA competition where they had amassed 17 goals. The game remained scoreless until the 38th minute, when Providence captain Joseph Passi cut through the Blazer defence and ...