By Woodard, Dale on February 23, 2018.
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks men’s and women’s basketball teams wrap up their Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference seasons on the road this weekend.
Riding a four-game winning streak and sitting in fourth in the ACAC South Division, the 11-8 Kodiaks men can possibly move up to fourth as they take on the winless Clippers (0-19).
However, as this year’s ACAC championship hosts March 1-3, the Kodiaks have an automatic playoff berth, but look to earn a top-four playoff seeding nonetheless.
On the women’s side, the 6-13 Kodiaks sit in sixth in the South division and look to end the season on a winning note against the seventh-place Clippers (4-15).
At the University of Lethbridge, the Pronghorns have nine swimmers – five women and four men – competing at the U SPORTS Swimming Championships in Toronto.
Action began Thursday and continues through Saturday night. Results are available at https://static.varsityblues.ca/
Meanwhile, the Pronghorns track and field team sends 20 athletes to Winnipeg this weekend for the Canada West Championships.
The two-day meet, hosted by the University of Manitoba, begins this morning and will run unitl Saturday. Live action can be viewed on http://www.canadawest.tv.
The U SPORTS Championship meet will be hosted by the University of Windsor March 8-10.
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