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Brandon University becomes official member of the MCAC

This week’s MCAC annual general meeting brought good news for Brandon University, and for the conference, as Brandon will compete in men and women’s soccer this season after being officially accepted as a member of the MCAC.

The Bobcats will join Providence University College, Canadian Mennonite University, Université de Saint-Boniface, Red River College, and their Brandon neighbour Assiniboine Community College as members of the soccer program, and will try to make a big splash in September as their first season in the MCAC gets underway.

The meetings also brought forth a change in leadership for the MCAC, with Red River College’s Athletic Director Shane Ray taking over as MCAC President, as Larry Shannon from Assiniboine Community College retires from his position.

MCAC Announces Coaches of the Year

With the athletic seasons all wrapped up, the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC) has announced the coaches of the year in each sport. They are listed below:

Men's Soccer: Martin Ward, Providence University College
Women's Soccer: Dante Calla, Providence University College
Men's Volleyball: Matt Klippenstein, University of Winnipeg College
Women's Volleyball: Lee J. Montgomery, University of Winnipeg College
Men's Basketball: Sukhvir Singh, Red River College
Women's Basketball: Jaenas Pangilinan, Red River College

In soccer, Martin Ward continued to add to his excellent coaching resume, leading the Providence Pilots to their second straight MCAC title. On the women’s side, Dante Calla was able to complete the Providence sweep, helping coach his team to yet another championship.

It was the University of Winnipeg who were crowned in volleyball this year, with some great coaching for both of their teams. For the men, it was first time MCAC coach Matt Klippenstein who received the honour, and Lee J. Montgomery for the women.

In basketball, we have two familiar winners in Jaenas Pangilinan and Sukvir Singh from Red River College. Pangilinan helped his team earn their third straight championship, where Singh furthers the Rebels dynasty, coaching his team to their sixth straight title.

Pangilinan and Singh were also honoured fat the Basketball Manitoba Awards banquet for yet another impressive season in the MCAC.






2013 Women's Soccer Results


2013 Women's Regular Season Standings 
WinsDrawsLossesPoints
Providence University College
PUC Pilots
6
0
0
18
Red River College
RRC Rebels
3
0
3
9
Canadian Mennonite University
CMU Blazers
3
0
3
9
Assiniboine Community College
ACC Cougars
0
0
6
0

win = 3 points draw = 1 point

2013 Men's Soccer Results


2013 Men's Regular Season Standings 
Wins
Draws
Losses
Points
Providence University College
PUC Pilots
7
0
1
21
Université de Saint-Boniface
USB Les Rouges
6
0
2
18
Canadian Mennonite University
CMU Blazers
4
0
4
12
Red River College
RRC Rebels
3
0
5
9
Assiniboine Community College
ACC Cougars
0
0
8
0

win = 3 points draw = 1 point

2013-14 Women's Basketball Results

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2013-14 Men's Basketball Results

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2013-14 Women's Volleyball Results


 2013-2014 Women's Volleyball Standings 



 






Match





     Set

W

L


W

L


  Pts

Providence University College
PUC Pilots
18

2

56

15



36

University of Winnipeg 
UW College Wesmen
18

2

54

16



36
Université de Saint-Boniface
USB Les Rouges
12


8

45

37


24

Canadian Mennonite University
CMU Blazers
7

13

30

50


14

Red River College
RRC Rebel
3
13

21

49


6
Assiniboine Community College
ACC Cougars

0

18

12

54


0

    win
 = 2 points, loss = 0 points