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MCAC Appoints Their First Communications Coordinator

In a move to increase communications between the newly named Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference and the media across Manitoba, the MCAC has announced the hiring of Darrin Bauming as their first communications coordinator.Bauming, a second-year Creative Communications student at Red River College’s Princess Street Campus in downtown Winnipeg, is pursuing a career in broadcast production ...

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Rebel Men’s Volleyball Gels In Alberta

The Rebels men’s volleyball squad returned to Winnipeg a new team October 13th after competing in the Service Plus Inn and Suites Challenge Cup held in Red Deer, Alberta.The team started the tournament with a 3-0 loss to a very tough Red Deer College Alumni team. The Alumni’s strong serving gave the Rebels trouble and ...

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Dramatic Comeback in Men’s Hockey Opener

Sunday night proved to be an exciting kickoff to the 2008-09 MCAC men’s hockey season as the CMU Blazers and the ACC Cougars fought to a dramatic 4-4 draw in Oak Bluff, Manitoba.The Assiniboine Community College Cougars seemed to be caught a little bit off guard as the Canadian Mennonite University Blazers jumped out to ...

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Providence Women’s Soccer team claims MCAC title

     OTTERBURNE, MB- The Providence Lady Freemen received their 4th consecutive MCAC title this past weekend, Oct. 18-19 by beating out CMU 1-0 in the finals.  The Lady Freemen went in confident but knew the were going to have to work for their win against CMU in a aggressive game Sunday. In the 28th minute ...

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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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