Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association

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Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association
CCAA
Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association logo
Established1974
Members99
HeadquartersCornwall, ON
Websitehttp://www.ccaa.ca/
Locations
Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association locations

The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) is the national governing body for organized sports at the collegiate level in Canada. Its name in French is l'Association canadienne du sport collégial (ACSC).

National championships[edit]

CCAA members currently compete for national championships in the following sports:

Past national championships include:

2019-20 CCAA National Championships[edit]

  • 2019 CCAA Golf National Championships
October 14-18, 2019
Host: Cégep André-Laurendeau
Location: Sorel-Tracy, QC
  • 2019 CCAA Men's Soccer National Championship
November 6-9, 2019
Host: Durham College
Location: Oshawa, ON
  • 2019 CCAA Women's Soccer National Championship
November 6-9, 2019
Host: Concordia University of Edmonton
Location: Edmonton, AB
  • 2019 CCAA Cross-Country Running National Championships
November 8-9, 2019
Host: Grande Prairie Regional College
Location: Grande Prairie, AB
  • 2020 CCAA Badminton National Championships
March 4-7, 2020
Host: University of Toronto Mississauga
Location: Mississauga, ON
  • 2020 CCAA Men's Volleyball National Championship
March 11-14, 2020
Host: St. Thomas University (New Brunswick)
Location: Fredericton, NB
  • 2020 CCAA Women's Volleyball National Championship
March 11-14, 2020
Host: Cégep Garneau
Location: Quebec City, QC
  • 2020 CCAA Men's Basketball National Championship
March 18-21, 2020
Host: Humber College
Location: Etobicoke, ON
  • 2020 CCAA Women's Basketball National Championship
March 18-21, 2020
Host: Vancouver Island University
Location: Nanaimo, BC
March 13-17
Location: Portage la Prairie, MB

Member conferences[edit]

The CCAA has six member conferences:

PACWEST (Pacific Western Athletic Association)[edit]

[1]

ACAC (Alberta Colleges Athletics Conference)[edit]

[2]

MCAC (Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference)[edit]

OCAA (Ontario Colleges Athletic Association)[edit]

[3]

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

[4]

ACAA (Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association)[edit]

[5]

CCAA Staff[edit]

  • Chief Executive Officer: Sandra Murray-MacDonell
  • Manager, Finance & Administration: Mary Winkenweder
  • Manager, Marketing & Sponsorship: Brandon Stone
  • Manager, Communication & Events: Rodney Wilson

CCAA Executive Committee[edit]

  • President: Alan Rogan, Lakeland College
  • VP Governance: Vince Amato, Champlain College Saint-Lambert
  • VP Programs: David Munro, University of New Brunswick - Saint John
  • VP Finance: Brian McLennon, Douglas College
  • VP Eligibility: Jake McCallum, Langara College
  • VP Marketing: Joel Mrak, Concordia University of Edmonton
  • VP Sport Development: TBD

CCAA National Convenors[edit]

  • Golf: Jim Knight, Keyano College
  • Men's Soccer: Wade Kolmel, SAIT
  • Women's Soccer: Marlene Ford, Conestoga College
  • Cross-Country Running: Darcy Brioux, Centennial College
  • Badminton: Michael Kopinak, Humber College
  • Men's Volleyball: Ray Sarkis, Niagara College
  • Women's Volleyball: Fred Batley, Fleming College
  • Men's Basketball: Jonathan Lambert, Keyano College
  • Women's Basketball: Mai-Anh Nguyen, Vanier College

CCAA Hall of Fame[edit]

2019 Inductees[edit]

Inducted on June 11, 2019 in Calgary AB

  • Allan Ferchuk, Builder (ACAC)
  • Al Bohonus, Builder (ACAC)
  • Dr. Robert Day, Builder (ACAC)
  • Perry Pearn, Coach (ACAC)
  • Phil Allen, Coach (ACAC)
  • Cor Ouwerkerk, Coach (ACAC)
  • Laurie Hockridge, Athlete (ACAC)
  • Dr. Lana Nicoll, Athlete (ACAC)
  • Wen Wang, Athlete (ACAC)
  • Brock Davidiuk, Athlete (ACAC)

2018 Inductees[edit]

Inducted on June 12, 2018 in Quebec City, QC[6]

  • Glenn Ruiter, Builder (RSEQ)
  • John Davidson, Builder (RSEQ)
  • Gino Brousseau, Athlete (RSEQ)
  • Olivier Caron, Coach (RSEQ)
  • Pascal Clément, Coach (RSEQ)
  • Vicky Tessier, Athlete (RSEQ)
  • Julieth Lewis, Athlete (RSEQ)
  • Varouj Gurunlian, Athlete (RSEQ)
  • Maxime Barabé, Athlete (RSEQ)
  • Olga Hrycak, Coach (RSEQ)

2017 Inductees[edit]

Inducted on June 6, 2017 in Abbotsford, BC[6]

  • Theresa Hanson, Builder (PACWEST)
  • Duncan McCallum, Coach (PACWEST)
  • Joseph Iacobellis, Coach (PACWEST)
  • Doug Abercrombie, Coach (PACWEST)
  • Jennifer Wong, Athlete (PACWEST)
  • Alvin Lau, Athlete (PACWEST)
  • Randy Nohr, Athlete (PACWEST)
  • David Griffith, Athlete (PACWEST)
  • Melissa Artuso, Athlete (PACWEST)
  • Danielle (Gaudet) Hyde, Athlete (PACWEST)

2016 Inductees[edit]

Inducted on June 7, 2016 in Toronto, Ontario[6]

  • 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, New Brunswick[6]

  • 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, Alberta[6]

  • 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]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pacific Western Athletic Association". Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Retrieved February 2, 2019.
  2. ^ "Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference". Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Retrieved February 2, 2019.
  3. ^ "Ontario Colleges Athletic Association". Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Retrieved February 2, 2019.
  4. ^ "RSEQ". Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Retrieved February 2, 2019.
  5. ^ "Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association". Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Retrieved February 2, 2019.
  6. ^ a b c d e "CCAA Hall of Fame". Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Retrieved February 2, 2019.

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