Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association

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The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) is the national governing body for organized sports at colleges in Canada. It was formed in 1974. The CCAA hosts ten annual national championships. The CCAA's name in French is l'Association canadienne du sport collégial (ACSC).

Its equivalent body for governing sports at Canadian universities is Canadian Interuniversity Sport. Some institutions are members of both bodies for different sports.

Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association
(CCAA)
Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association logo
Established 1974
Members 92
Former names Canadian Colleges Athletic Association
Website http://www.ccaa.ca/
Locations
Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association locations

National Championships[edit]

CCAA members currently compete for National Championships in the following sports:

  • Golf
  • Men's Soccer
  • Women's Soccer
  • Cross-Country Running
  • Badminton
  • Men's Volleyball
  • Women's Volleyball
  • Men's Basketball
  • Women's Basketball
  • Curling

2016-17 National Championship Season[edit]

  • 2016 PING CCAA Golf National Championships
October 18-21, 2016
Host: Holland College
Location: Charlottetown, PEI
  • 2016 CCAA Men's Soccer National Championship
November 9-12, 2016
Host: Keyano College
Location: Fort McMurray, AB
  • 2016 CCAA Women's Soccer National Championship
November 9-12, 2016
Host: Collège Ahuntsic
Location: Montreal, QC
  • 2016 CCAA Cross-Country Running National Championships
November 11-12, 2016
Host: Sault College
Location: Sault Ste. Marie
  • 2017 CCAA Badminton National Championships
March 8-11, 2017
Host: Seneca College
Location: Toronto, ON
  • 2017 CCAA Men's Volleyball National Championship
March 8-11, 2017
Host: Fanshawe College
Location: London, ON
  • 2017 CCAA Women's Volleyball National Championship
March 8-11, 2017
Host: Camosun College
Location: Victoria, BC
  • 2017 CCAA Men's Basketball National Championship
March 15-18, 2017
Host: Holland College
Location: Charlottetown, PEI
  • 2017 CCAA Women's Basketball National Championship
March 15-18, 2017
Host: Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT)
Location: Edmonton, AB
  • 2017 CCAA Curling National Championships
March 22-25, 2017
Host: University of Alberta - Augustana
Location: Camrose, AB

2015-16 National Championship Season[edit]

  • 2015 PING CCAA Golf National Championships]
October 13-16, 2015
Host: University of the Fraser Valley
Location: Abbotsford, B.C.
  • 2015 CCAA Men's Soccer National Championship]
November 11-14, 2015
Host: Champlain College Saint-Lambert
Location: Saint-Lambert, QC
  • 2015 CCAA Women's Soccer National Championship]
November 11-14, 2015
Host: Fleming College
Location: Peterborough, ON
  • 2015 CCAA Cross-Country Running National Championships]
November 13-14, 2015
Host: St. Lawrence College, Ontario
Location: Brockville, ON
  • 2016 CCAA Badminton National Championships
March 2-5, 2016
Host: TBD
Location: TBD
  • 2016 CCAA Men's Volleyball National Championship
March 9-12, 2016
Host: Douglas College
Location: New Westminster, B.C.
  • 2016 CCAA Women's Volleyball National Championship
March 9-12, 2016
Host: Holland College
Location: Charlottetown, PEI
Champions: Vancouver Island University Mariners
  • 2016 CCAA Men's Basketball National Championship
March 16-19, 2016
Host: Keyano College
Location: Fort McMurray, AB
  • 2016 CCAA Women's Basketball National Championship
March 16-19, 2016
Host: St. Clair College
Location: Windsor, ON
  • 2016 CCAA Curling National Championships
March 23-26, 2016
Host: Fanshawe College
Location: London, ON

Member Conferences[edit]

The association is divided into five member conferences:

PACWEST (Pacific Western Athletic Association)[edit]

ACAC (Alberta Colleges Athletics Conference)[edit]

OCAA (Ontario Colleges Athletic Association)[edit]

RSEQ (Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec)[edit]

  • Collège Ahuntsic Indiens in Montreal, QC
  • Collège Andrè-Laurendeau Boomerang in Lasalle, QC
  • Collège Bois-de-Boulogne Cavaliers in Montreal, QC
  • Champlain College Lennoxville Cougars in Lennoxville, QC
  • Champlain College Saint-Lambert Cavaliers in St. Lambert, QC
  • Champlain College St. Lawrence Lions in Ste-Foy, QC
  • Cégep de Chicoutimi Cougars in Chicoutimi, QC
  • Dawson College Blues in Montreal, QC
  • Collège Édouard Montpetit Lynx in Longueuil, QC
  • Cégep Garneau Élans in Quebec City, QC
  • Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf Dynamiques in Montreal, QC
  • John Abbott College Islanders in St. Anne de Bellevu, QC
  • Cégep de Lévis-Lauzon Faucons in Lévis, QC
  • Cégep Limoilou Titans in Quebec, QC
  • Cégep Lionel-Groulx Nordiques in Ste-Thérèse, QC
  • Collège de Maisonneuve Vikings in Montreal, QC
  • Collège Montmorency Nomades in Laval, QC
  • Collège Nouvelles Frontières Arsenal in Gatineau, QC
  • Collège de l'Outaouais Griffons in Gatineau, QC
  • Cégep de Sainte-Foy Dynamiques in Sainte-Foy, QC
  • Cégep Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu Géants in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC
  • Cégep de Saint-Jérome Cheminots in Saint-Jerome, QC
  • Cégep de Sherbrooke Volontaires in Sherbrooke, QC
  • Cégep de Trois-Rivières Diablos in Trois-Rivières, QC
  • Vanier College Cheetahs in Ville de St. Laurent, QC
  • Cégep du Vieux Montreal Spartiates in Montreal, QC

ACAA (Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association)[edit]

CCAA Executive Committee[edit]

  • President: Leigh Goldie, Ambrose University
  • VP Governance: Michele McConney, Georgian College
  • VP Programs: Vince Amato, Champlain College - Saint Lambert
  • VP Finance/Administration: Brian McLennon, Douglas College
  • VP Eligibility: Alan Rogan, Lakeland College
  • VP Marketing: Scott Dennis, Durham College
  • VP Sport Development: David Munro, University of New Brunswick - Saint John

CCAA National Convenors[edit]

  • Golf: Christian Brosseau, Champlain College St. Lawrence
  • Men's Soccer: David Munro, University of New Brunswick - Saint John
  • Women's Soccer: Marlene Ford, Conestoga College
  • Cross-Country Running: Bill Corcoran, GPRC
  • Badminton: Jordan Richey, NAIT
  • Men's Volleyball: Ray Sarkis, Niagara College
  • Women's Volleyball: Fred Batley, Fleming College
  • Men's Basketball: Jeff Harris, Georgian College
  • Women's Basketball: Mai-Anh Nguyen, Vanier College

CCAA Hall of Fame[edit]

2016 Inductees[edit]

Inducted on June 7, 2016 in Toronto, ON:

  • Peter Rylander, Builder (OCAA)
  • Diana Drury, Builder (OCAA)
  • Fred Wannamaker, Builder (OCAA)
  • Paul Reader, Coach (OCAA)
  • Vito Frijia, Athlete (OCAA)
  • Marcy Skribe, Athlete (OCAA)
  • Frank & Rozika Sulatycki, Coach (OCAA)
  • Avery Brevett, Athlete (OCAA)
  • Mike Katz, Coach (OCAA)
  • Adam Morandini, Athlete (OCAA)

2015 Inductees[edit]

Inducted on June 9, 2015 in Fredericton, NB:

  • Dr. Carl (Bucky) Buchanan, Coach (ACAA)
  • Ivan (Chuck) Gullickson, Builder (OCAA)
  • Jacques Cyr, Builder (RSEQ)
  • Matt Fegan, Athlete (ACAA)
  • Chris Hunter, Coach (RSEQ)
  • Dave Douglas, Coach (ACAA)

2014 Inductees[edit]

Inducted on June 10, 2014 in Banff, AB:

  • Don Stouffer, Builder (ACAC)
  • Alex Hoffman, Builder (OCAA)
  • Ken Marchant, Builder (ACAA
  • Gerald (Jerry) N. Lloyd, Builder (PACWEST)
  • Wayne Halliwell, Builder (RSEQ)
  • Mal Stelck, Builder (PACWEST)
  • John Cruickshank, Builder (OCAA)
  • Yves Paquette, Builder (RSEQ)
  • Jack Costello, Builder (OCAA)
  • Irwin Strifler, Builder (ACAC)

See also[edit]

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