close
Eagles women's volleyball celebrating on the courts in the 2016-17 season
Eagles women's volleyball celebrating on the courts in the 2016-17 season
Back to News and Stories

Eagles volleyball take home eight ACAC awards

The King’s University Eagles men’s and women’s volleyball teams take home eight volleyball awards from the ACAC.

The King’s University Eagles men’s and women’s volleyball teams were proud to take home eight volleyball awards from the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) this year!

The awards were presented to the student-athletes and Head Coach Grace Scott at the 2017-18 ACAC Volleyball Championship Ceremony held February 21.

Congratulations to our Eagles volleyball athletes on being part of this year's ACAC Volleyball All-Conference Teams!

Award recipients

Female Coach of the Year – North Division

  • Grace Scott, head coach
    • Scott is a third-time recipient of this award (2006-07, 2014-15, 2017-18).

Female Rookie of the Year

  • Pamela Xu, first year, setter

Male Rookie of the Year

  • Evan Veldman, first year, outside hitter

Female All-Conference

  • Jayden Bontkes, outside hitter
  • Brittany Wells, libero
  • Sydney Warchola, middle blocker
  • Pamela Xu, setter

Male All-Conference

  • Evan Veldman, first year, outside hitter

Related

Eagles alumni selected for CCAA Female Apprentice Coach Program
Posted on: Jul 24, 2020

Eagles alumni selected for CCAA Female Apprentice Coach Program

The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) and The King’s University are proud to announce that two King’s Eagles alumni have been chosen for the 16th season of the Female Apprentice Coach…