Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Soccer National Championships

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The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Soccer National Championships is the playoff tournament to determine the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) National champions in women's and men's soccer.

2013 Nationals[edit]

The 2013 CCAA Men's Soccer National Championship will be hosted by the University of New Brunswick -Saint John. The 2013 CCAA Women's Soccer National Championship will be hosted by Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

2013 CCAA Men's Soccer National Championships

  1. Humber College
  2. Thompson Rivers University
  3. Douglas College
  4. Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  5. Grant MacEwan University
  6. Dawson College
  7. University of New Brunswick -Saint John
  8. Mount Saint Vincent University

2013 CCAA Women's Soccer National Championships

  1. Grant MacEwan University
  2. Collège François-Xavier-Garneau
  3. Thompson Rivers University
  4. Algonquin College
  5. Collège Ahuntsic
  6. Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  7. Kwantlen Polytechnic University
  8. Holland College

2012 Nationals[edit]

2012 was the first time the tournament expanded from six to eight teams, and the first time since 1994 men and women were hosted by separate institutions. Douglas College hosted the 2012 CCAA Men's Soccer National Championships and Holland College hosted the 2012 CCAA Women's Soccer National Championships.

2012 CCAA Men's Soccer National Championships

  1. Humber College
  2. Vancouver Island University
  3. Collège François-Xavier-Garneau
  4. Seneca College
  5. Douglas College
  6. Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  7. Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
  8. Holland College

2012 CCAA Women's Soccer National Championships

  1. Collège Ahuntsic
  2. Concordia University College of Alberta
  3. Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  4. Thompson Rivers University
  5. Collège François-Xavier-Garneau
  6. Humber College
  7. Holland College
  8. Mount Saint Vincent University

2011 Nationals[edit]

In 2011, the event was hosted by Collège François-Xavier-Garneau and was sponsored by Big Kahuna and adidas. The women's title was won by Collège François-Xavier-Garneau. The men's event was won by Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.

2011 CCAA Men's Soccer National Championships

  1. Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  2. Holland College
  3. Vancouver Island University
  4. Collège François-Xavier-Garneau
  5. Humber College
  6. Champlain College Saint-Lambert

2011 CCAA Women's Soccer National Championships

  1. Collège François-Xavier-Garneau
  2. Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  3. Collège Ahuntsic
  4. Thompson Rivers University
  5. University of King's College
  6. Humber College

2010 Nationals[edit]

In 2010, the event was hosted by Northern Alberta Institute of Technology and was sponsored by Big Kahuna and adidas. The women's title was won by Collège François-Xavier-Garneau. The men's event was won by Vancouver Island University. The host institution's men and women's NAIT Ooks both earned a spot in the gold-medal games and finished with silver.

2010 CCAA Men's Soccer National Championships

  1. Vancouver Island University
  2. Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  3. Humber College
  4. Concordia University College of Alberta
  5. Dawson College
  6. UNB Saint John

2010 CCAA Women's Soccer National Championships

  1. Collège François-Xavier-Garneau
  2. Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  3. Humber College
  4. Concordia University College of Alberta
  5. Kwantlen Polytechnic University
  6. Holland College

2009 Nationals[edit]

In 2009, the event was co-hosted by Seneca College and Humber College and was sponsored by Big Kahuna and adidas. The Seneca College Sting won the women's title. The men's event was won by the Concordia University College of Alberta.

2009 CCAA Men's Soccer National Championships

  1. Seneca College
  2. Collège François-Xavier-Garneau
  3. Douglas College
  4. Mount Royal University
  5. Algonquin College
  6. Holland College

2009 CCAA Women's Soccer National Championships

  1. Concordia University College
  2. Fanshawe College
  3. Kwantlen Polytechnic University
  4. Collège François-Xavier-Garneau
  5. Humber College
  6. Mount Saint Vincent University

2008 Nationals[edit]

Thompson Rivers University was the host of the 2008 CCAA National Soccer Championships in Kamloops, BC.

2008 CCAA Men's Soccer National Championships

  1. Capilano University
  2. Algonquin College
  3. Concordia University College
  4. University of King's College
  5. Thompson Rivers University
  6. Collège François-Xavier-Garneau

2008 CCAA Women's Soccer National Championships

  1. Langara College
  2. Thompson Rivers University
  3. Humber College
  4. Collège François-Xavier-Garneau
  5. MacEwan University
  6. Holland College

Capilano University Roster Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
2 DF Canada CAN Micheal Winter
3 MF Canada CAN Alan McIndoe
4 FW Canada CAN Jamie Casey
5 MF Canada CAN Sean Causier
6 MF Canada CAN Nathaniel Blaikloc
7 FW Canada CAN Corey Birza
8 MF Canada CAN Ricardo Teixeira
9 FW Canada CAN Micheal Nonni
10 MF Canada CAN Milad Rahmati
11 MF Canada CAN Ylya Malek
No. Pos. Nation Player
12 DF Canada CAN Eland Bronstein
13 DF Canada CAN Evan Chapman
14 FW Canada CAN Robbie Giezen
15 MF Canada CAN Nathan Harte
16 DF Canada CAN Robbie Basran
17 DF Canada CAN Drew Gelley
18 FW Canada CAN Mason Rowat
26 GK Canada CAN Reid Alsop
33 GK Canada CAN Andrew Haines

Head Coach : Paul Dailly Assistant Coaches: Darren Rath, Leo Nash

Official Site

2007 Nationals[edit]

In 2007, the event was hosted by Mount Saint Vincent University and was sponsored by Big Kahuna and adidas. The women's title was won by Collège François-Xavier-Garneau. The men's event was won by Champlain College Saint-Lambert.

2007 CCAA Men's Soccer National Championships

  1. Champlain College Saint-Lambert
  2. Algonquin College
  3. Mount Royal University
  4. Thompson Rivers University
  5. University of King's College
  6. UNB Saint John

2007 CCAA Women's Soccer National Championships

  1. Collège François-Xavier-Garneau
  2. Mount Royal University
  3. Durham College
  4. Capilano University
  5. University of King's College
  6. Mount Saint Vincent University

Past winners[edit]

Year Winner Runner-up Third place Host
1984 Seneca College (O.C.A.A.) Collège Ahuntsic (F.A.S.C.Q.) Dawson College (F.A.S.C.Q.) Seneca College, North York, Ontario (Invitational)
1985 Seneca College (O.C.A.A.) Dawson College (F.A.S.C.Q.) Capilano College (Totem) Dawson College, Montréal, Québec (Invitational)
1986 Seneca College (O.C.A.A.) Capilano College (Totem) NAIT (A.C.A.C.) Grant MacEwan Community College, Edmonton, Alberta (Invitational)
1987 NAIT (A.C.A.C.) Seneca College (O.C.A.A.) Durham College (O.C.A.A.) Vanier College, Montréal, Québec
1988 Capilano College (B.C.C.A.A.) Collège Ahuntsic (F.Q.S.E.) NAIT (A.C.A.C.) Malaspina College, Nanaimo, British Columbia
1989 Mohawk College (O.C.A.A.) Capilano College (B.C.C.A.A.) Collège Ahuntsic (F.Q.S.E.) Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Calgary, Alberta
1990 Capilano College (B.C.C.A.A.) Sheridan College (O.C.A.A.) Collège Ahuntsic (F.Q.S.E.) Nova Scotia Agricultural College, Truro, Nova Scotia
1991 Capilano College (B.C.C.A.A.) Mount Royal College (A.C.A.C.) John Abbott College (F.Q.S.E.) Cegep de Granby Haute-Yamaska, Granby, Québec
1992 Vancouver Community College (B.C.C.A.A.) Not Awarded Sheridan College (O.C.A.A.) University College of the Cariboo, Kamloops, B.C.
1993 Vancouver Community College (B.C.C.A.A.) Fanshawe College (O.C.A.A.) Collège Ahuntsic (F.Q.S.E.) Conestoga College, Kitchener, Ontario
1994 Mount Royal (ACAC) Humber College (O.C.A.A.) Vanier College (F.Q.S.E.) Dawson College, Montréal, Québec
1995 Humber College (O.C.A.A.) Mount Royal College (A.C.A.C.) Univ. College of the Fraser Valley (B.C.C.A.A.) Medicine Hat College, Medicine Hat, Alberta
1996 Capilano College (B.C.C.A.A.) Fanshawe College (O.C.A.A.) Mount Royal College (A.C.A.C.) Royal Military College, Kingston, Ontario
1997 Mount Royal College (A.C.A.C.) Collège Ahuntsic (F.Q.S.E.) Langara College (B.C.C.A.A.) John Abbott College, Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Quebec
1998 University College of the Cariboo (B.C.C.A.A.) Malaspina University College (B.C.C.A.A.) Humber College (O.C.A.A.) University College of the Cariboo, Kamloops, BC
1999 Langara College (B.C.C.A.A) Algonquin College (O.C.A.A.) Durham College (O.C.A.A.) Durham College, Oshawa, Ontario
2000 Langara College (B.C.C.A.A) John Abbott College (F.Q.S.E.) Humber College (O.C.A.A.) Langara College, Vancouver, British Columbia
2001 Humber College (O.C.A.A.) Langara College (B.C.C.A.A.) NAIT (A.C.A.C.) Medicine Hat College, Medicine Hat, Alberta
2002 Algonquin College (O.C.A.A.) Douglas College (B.C.C.A.A.) Collège François Xavier Garneau (R.S.E.Q) John Abbott College, Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Montreal
2003 Capilano College (B.C.C.A.A.) Seneca College (O.C.A.A.) Douglas College (B.C.C.A.A.) Douglas College, New Westminster, British Columbia
2004 Mount Royal College (A.C.A.C.) Algonquin College (O.C.A.A.) John Abbott College (F.Q.S.E.) Fanshawe College - London, Ontario
2005 Douglas College (B.C.C.A.A) Algonquin College (O.C.A.A) NAIT (A.C.A.C.) Langara College, Vancouver, British Columbia
2006 Algonquin College (O.C.A.A.) Champlain Regional College-St. Lambert (R.S.E.Q) MacEwan College (A.C.A.C.) Langara College, Vancouver, British Columbia
2007 Champlain Regional College-St. Lambert (R.S.E.Q) Algonquin College (O.C.A.A.) Mount Royal College (A.C.A.C.) Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Source:[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CCAA Men's Soccer History". ccaa.ca. Archived from the original on 26 November 2009. Retrieved 15 May 2010.

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