Blues shade Kings, RDC to play in bronze semis March 13, 2020 | General It was a game of inches Friday evening in the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Men’s Volleyball National Championship semi-finals. The Red Deer College Kings and Capilano Blues were deadlocked after four sets and the Pacific Western Athletic Association (PACWEST) Champions finished the race to 15 points in the fifth (25-22, 14-25, 23-25, 25-14 and 15-13), advancing to the CCAA finals.
Hometown: Red Deer, Alberta Previous Team: Kings Volleyball Club High School : Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School
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Red Deer Polytechnic Cross Country Running ACAC Championships preview October 24, 2021 | General After consistent top three finishes for the Red Deer Polytechnic Kings and Queens Cross Country Running teams over a trio of conference competitions, both squads are preparing to bring their best at the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) Championships in Camrose on Saturday, October 30.
Hometown: Red Deer, Alberta Previous Team: Central Alberta Kings Volleyball Club High School : Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School
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Red Deer College. at Olds College. Live stats. Sun Sep 26. Women's Soccer. ... 2019-20 RDC Kings Volleyball Schedule. Overall 20-4. Pct..833. Conf. 20-4. Pct..833 ...
Red Deer Polytechnic Kings volleyball head coach Aaron Schulha received some tough news during the summer losing former ACAC rookie of the year Carter Hills. “He planned on coming back but they suspended the engineering program he was going into so academically he was forced to move and enrolled at NAIT,” explained Schulha.
Central Alberta Kings Volleyball Club (CAKVC - KINGS) City: Red Deer. VA Zone: Region 4 - Parkland (Central AB) Contact Name: Chris Good. Contact Email: email@example.com. Website : www.kingsvolleyballclub.com. Gender: Boys.
RDC Kings volleyball head coach Aaron Schulha makes swift recruiting decisions. Just a few weeks after the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Men’s Volleyball Championships, Schulha has already mostly filled the gaps for next season.
Geoff grew up in Red Deer, and began playing volleyball in Grade 6. Geoff played club volleyball with the Red Deer Kings club from U14 to U18. He was fortunate enough to represent Red Deer and the Kings Club on the Alberta provincial teams, and completed his high school playing a career as a setter for the Notre Dame Cougars.