SAIT’s women’s cross-country team finished first at the second non-conference grand prix held at Confederation Park on Saturday, September 21.
“I expect to gel as a team, to play as a team, and then to win as a team.” With more rookies than veterans on the men’s soccer team, the Trojans will have to come together to reach their lofty goal of becoming Canadian National Champions.
The SAIT Trojans women’s team is looking forward to wear once again running shoes and head to the races around province to fight for the gold medals in this 2013-2014 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) cross-country running season.
In the depths of the University of Calgary Kinesiology building lies a small and dingy gymnasium which smells a little like sweat all the time, and a lot like sweat during practice. But don’t be fooled by the setting. This nondescript space is an incubator for Olympic medalists in the sport of women’s wrestling.
Eventually every athlete has to retire, though sometimes injury or illness force them to quit while still in their prime.
At practice a few days before, Trojans men’s hockey head coach Ken Babey said that the semi-final match-up was going to be tough. So his boys came out fighting in…
he mantra for the SAIT men’s volleyball squad is simple: Team before talent. With a season ending record of 16-4, the Trojans have the identity of a selfless team full of…