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Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association

National championshipsEdit

CCAA members currently compete for national championships in the following sports:

Past national championships include:

2019-20 CCAA National ChampionshipsEdit

  • 2019 CCAA Golf National Championships
October 14-18, 2019
Host: Cégep André-Laurendeau
Location: Sorel-Tracy, QC
  • 2019 CCAA Men's Soccer National Championship
November 6-9, 2019
Host: Durham College
Location: Oshawa, ON
  • 2019 CCAA Women's Soccer National Championship
November 6-9, 2019
Host: Concordia University of Edmonton
Location: Edmonton, AB
  • 2019 CCAA Cross-Country Running National Championships
November 8-9, 2019
Host: Grande Prairie Regional College
Location: Grande Prairie, AB
  • 2020 CCAA Badminton National Championships
March 4-7, 2020
Host: University of Toronto Mississauga
Location: Mississauga, ON
  • 2020 CCAA Men's Volleyball National Championship
March 11-14, 2020
Host: St. Thomas University (New Brunswick)
Location: Fredericton, NB
  • 2020 CCAA Women's Volleyball National Championship
March 11-14, 2020
Host: Cégep Garneau
Location: Quebec City, QC
  • 2020 CCAA Men's Basketball National Championship
March 18-21, 2020
Host: Humber College
Location: Etobicoke, ON
  • 2020 CCAA Women's Basketball National Championship
March 18-21, 2020
Host: Vancouver Island University
Location: Nanaimo, BC
March 13-17
Location: Portage la Prairie, MB

Member conferencesEdit

The CCAA has six member conferences:

PACWEST (Pacific Western Athletic Association)Edit

[1]

ACAC (Alberta Colleges Athletics Conference)Edit

[2]

MCAC (Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference)Edit

OCAA (Ontario Colleges Athletic Association)Edit

[3]

RSEQ (Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec)Edit

[4]

ACAA (Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association)Edit

[5]

CCAA StaffEdit

  • Chief Executive Officer: Sandra Murray-MacDonell
  • Manager, Finance & Administration: Mary Winkenweder
  • Manager, Marketing & Sponsorship: Brandon Stone
  • Manager, Communication & Events: Rodney Wilson

CCAA Executive CommitteeEdit

  • President: Alan Rogan, Lakeland College
  • VP Governance: Vince Amato, Champlain College Saint-Lambert
  • VP Programs: David Munro, University of New Brunswick - Saint John
  • VP Finance: Brian McLennon, Douglas College
  • VP Eligibility: Jake McCallum, Langara College
  • VP Marketing: Joel Mrak, Concordia University of Edmonton
  • VP Sport Development: TBD

CCAA National ConvenorsEdit

  • Golf: Jim Knight, Keyano College
  • Men's Soccer: Wade Kolmel, SAIT
  • Women's Soccer: Marlene Ford, Conestoga College
  • Cross-Country Running: Darcy Brioux, Centennial College
  • Badminton: Michael Kopinak, Humber College
  • Men's Volleyball: Ray Sarkis, Niagara College
  • Women's Volleyball: Fred Batley, Fleming College
  • Men's Basketball: Jonathan Lambert, Keyano College
  • Women's Basketball: Mai-Anh Nguyen, Vanier College

CCAA Hall of FameEdit

2019 InducteesEdit

Inducted on June 11, 2019 in Calgary AB

  • Allan Ferchuk, Builder (ACAC)
  • Al Bohonus, Builder (ACAC)
  • Dr. Robert Day, Builder (ACAC)
  • Perry Pearn, Coach (ACAC)
  • Phil Allen, Coach (ACAC)
  • Cor Ouwerkerk, Coach (ACAC)
  • Laurie Hockridge, Athlete (ACAC)
  • Dr. Lana Nicoll, Athlete (ACAC)
  • Wen Wang, Athlete (ACAC)
  • Brock Davidiuk, Athlete (ACAC)

2018 InducteesEdit

Inducted on June 12, 2018 in Quebec City, QC[6]

  • Glenn Ruiter, Builder (RSEQ)
  • John Davidson, Builder (RSEQ)
  • Gino Brousseau, Athlete (RSEQ)
  • Olivier Caron, Coach (RSEQ)
  • Pascal Clément, Coach (RSEQ)
  • Vicky Tessier, Athlete (RSEQ)
  • Julieth Lewis, Athlete (RSEQ)
  • Varouj Gurunlian, Athlete (RSEQ)
  • Maxime Barabé, Athlete (RSEQ)
  • Olga Hrycak, Coach (RSEQ)

2017 InducteesEdit

Inducted on June 6, 2017 in Abbotsford, BC[6]

  • Theresa Hanson, Builder (PACWEST)
  • Duncan McCallum, Coach (PACWEST)
  • Joseph Iacobellis, Coach (PACWEST)
  • Doug Abercrombie, Coach (PACWEST)
  • Jennifer Wong, Athlete (PACWEST)
  • Alvin Lau, Athlete (PACWEST)
  • Randy Nohr, Athlete (PACWEST)
  • David Griffith, Athlete (PACWEST)
  • Melissa Artuso, Athlete (PACWEST)
  • Danielle (Gaudet) Hyde, Athlete (PACWEST)

2016 InducteesEdit

Inducted on June 7, 2016 in Toronto, Ontario[6]

  • Peter Rylander, Builder (OCAA)
  • Diana Drury, Builder (OCAA)
  • Fred Wannamaker, Builder (OCAA)
  • Paul Reader, Coach (OCAA)
  • Vito Frijia, Athlete (OCAA)
  • Marcy Skribe, Athlete (OCAA)
  • Frank & Rozika Sulatycki, Coach (OCAA)
  • Avery Brevett, Athlete (OCAA)
  • Mike Katz, Coach (OCAA)
  • Adam Morandini, Athlete (OCAA)

2015 InducteesEdit

Inducted on June 9, 2015 in Fredericton, New Brunswick[6]

  • Dr. Carl (Bucky) Buchanan, Coach (ACAA)
  • Ivan (Chuck) Gullickson, Builder (OCAA)
  • Jacques Cyr, Builder (RSEQ)
  • Matt Fegan, Athlete (ACAA)
  • Chris Hunter, Coach (RSEQ)
  • Dave Douglas, Coach (ACAA)

2014 InducteesEdit

Inducted on June 10, 2014 in Banff, Alberta[6]

  • Don Stouffer, Builder (ACAC)
  • Alex Hoffman, Builder (OCAA)
  • Ken Marchant, Builder (ACAA
  • Gerald (Jerry) N. Lloyd, Builder (PACWEST)
  • Wayne Halliwell, Builder (RSEQ)
  • Mal Stelck, Builder (PACWEST)
  • John Cruickshank, Builder (OCAA)
  • Yves Paquette, Builder (RSEQ)
  • Jack Costello, Builder (OCAA)
  • Irwin Strifler, Builder (ACAC)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Pacific Western Athletic Association". Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Retrieved February 2, 2019.
  2. ^ "Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference". Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Retrieved February 2, 2019.
  3. ^ "Ontario Colleges Athletic Association". Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Retrieved February 2, 2019.
  4. ^ "RSEQ". Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Retrieved February 2, 2019.
  5. ^ "Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association". Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Retrieved February 2, 2019.
  6. ^ a b c d e "CCAA Hall of Fame". Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Retrieved February 2, 2019.

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