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MCAC Announce Basketball Conference All-Stars and MVPs for 2015-16 Season

The Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference has announced its All-Conference and Most Valuable Players for the 2015-16 season.  The full list of those being recognized for an outstanding season are...2015 MCAC Women's All-Conference TeamSarah Townsend - Canadian Mennonite UniversityCourtney Engel - Providence University CollegeLindsay Young - Red River CollegeLacey Finnbogason - Red River CollegeCassie Wiebe - ...

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2016 MCAC Basketball Final Fours Preview

After an unprecedented string of Championship-winning teams coming from Red River College in both the Men’s and Women’s division, it is time for the Rebels to defend their MCAC crowns on home soil. The Rebels women’s team will try to add a fifth-straight MCAC title to their trophy case while the men’s team has been tasked ...

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Lindsay Young named Week 16 Athlete of the Week

As far as Red River College’s Lindsay Young is concerned, her 2016 MCAC women’s basketball season has been about quality over quantity.“Lindsay rejoined the team late in December”, says RRC head coach Jae Pangilinan. “Since she's been back she's dominated the stat sheet with outstanding productivity numbers, 20.4  - second place has 13.3.  In that ...

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Jon Hayter named Week 15 Athlete of the Week

When the Canadian Mennonite University men’s basketball team upset Providence University College on January 30th, Jon Hayter’s stat line wasn’t necessarily the most head turning of his season. 19 points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists is a healthy line and is nothing to scoff at, especially considering the defensive matchups Hayter usually draws. But the way ...

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Amber Harms named Week 9 Athlete of the Week

Amber Harms of the Providence University College women’s basketball team put on a double feature in Week 9. In the Pilots’ 50-44 win over the University of Winnipeg, the 5'9" forward out-rebounded her point total by grabbing 12 boards and posting 11 points. Three days later against Canadian Mennonite University, Harms put up another double-double ...