RDC Athletics is very proud to announce Sara McMann of Queens Curling and Andrew Jones Kings Curling as their Boston Pizza Athletes of the Week.
Both talented student-athletes helped lead their teams to medals this past weekend at the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) Curling Championships in Camrose.
Sara McMann – Queens Curling
Hometown – Chauvin, AB
Bachelor of Science Nursing (3rd year)
The skip from Chauvin, Alberta, led the Queens to a 5-0 record at the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) Curling Championships and helped her team win gold after defeating the MacEwan University Griffins 6-2 in the finals.
The Bachelor of Science Nursing student and third-year student-athlete made some clutch shots throughout the weekend and will be participating in the 2018 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA)/Curling Canada Championships, March 24 to 28 in Leduc.
Andrew Jones – Kings Curling
Hometown – Ponoka, AB
Business Administration General Management (2nd year)
The second-year student-athlete from Ponoka helped lead the Red Deer College Kings to an ACAC silver medal and was named to the All-Conference Curling team. The Business Administration General Management student will also be participating in the 2018 CCAA/Curling Canada Championships.
This week, the RDC Queens Volleyball team will compete in the ACAC Women’s Volleyball Championship in Camrose. The Hockey Queens will face-off against the NAIT Ooks in the best of three playoff series. Both RDC Basketball teams will play the St. Mary’s University Lightning in a home-and-home series and the RDC Kings Hockey team will wrap up the regular season against the NAIT Ooks in a pair of games.
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