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Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference

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Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference

The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) is the governing body for collegiate sports in Alberta, Canada. Founded in 1964, as the Western Inter-College Conference, the ACAC is represented by seventeen schools, including one in Saskatchewan, that compete in ten sports.

The ACAC is a member of the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association, and provincial champions compete for national collegiate titles.

Schools

Sports

Conference sports
Sport Men's Women's Mixed
Basketball
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Cross Country
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Curling
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Futsal
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Golf
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Ice Hockey
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Soccer
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Volleyball
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See also

  • Canadian Colleges Athletic Association

External links

  • Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference
  • Canadian Colleges Athletic Association


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