he SAIT Trojans men’s soccer team kicked off its 2014 season with a bold statement, outscoring its first two opponents 11-0. The Trojans season opener featured an 8-0 pounding dished…
The values of “determination, courage and spirit” in the SAIT Trojans’ motto couldn’t have been better demonstrated than they were recently by Chanelle Petrie. Petrie, 18, was sexually exploited by her minor hockey coach, Heidi Ferber, back in 2010 and 2011, and recently urged her lawyers to fight to have the publication ban lifted that concealed Petrie’s name in the case.
After a successful Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. The NHL is considering not sending their players to the next Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea due to a string of injuries that have hindered NHL teams during the push for the post season.
Hockey fans across Alberta moved more than mountains to pile into the bars a 5 a.m. MST on Feb. 23 to cheer the Canadian Men’s Olympic team to Gold.
Minutes after the Canadians beat the Americans in the semi-final, Premier Alison Redford tweeted that the bars would open to serve liquor for the big game.
In his rookie season, Australian born Trojan, Jon Morley helped lead the Trojans to a Third place finish this season.
The UFC announced their Canadian dates for 2014, and yet again Calgary was passed over. How would fans respond to being snubbed once again after the UFC’s Calgary debut in 2012 fell short of expectations.
SAIT staff and students gathered at Canada House, an Olympic Games viewing area on SAIT campus, to watch the men’s Olympic skeleton team compete in Sochi Friday, Feb. 14. The athletes are running on sleds that were designed and built by SAIT Polytechnic’s Applied Research and Innovation Services.