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    Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference 2016-2017 Scholar-Athletes



    Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference 2016-2017 Scholar-Athletes

    WINNIPEG, MB, November 13, 2017 - The Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC) is proud to announce that during the 2016-17 academic year, 57% of their team’s members achieved the status of Scholar-Athletes. This honour is awarded to all who achieve a grade point average of 3.0 (B) or better in their academic studies. The individual institution achievements are as follows:

    Université de Saint-Boniface              68%
    Red River College                              62%
    Canadian Mennonite University         58%
    Assiniboine Community College        55%
    Brandon University                             52%
    Providence University College           48%                                                          

    These achievements are among the highest of any post-secondary conference offering athletic competition in Canada. It again proves that the young men and women participating in MCAC sports are truly student-athletes.

    About the MCAC
    The Manitoba Colleges Athletic Association (MCAC) is the governing body for intercollegiate athletics in Manitoba. The MCAC consists of the six post-secondary institutions in Manitoba: Assiniboine Community College, Brandon University, Canadian Mennonite University, Providence University College, Red River College, Université de Saint Boniface. These six institutions compete in basketball, futsal, soccer, and volleyball.

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    For further information:
    Bill Wedlake
    Executive Director, Manitoba College Athletic Conference


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