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Keyano Huskies fall to Douglas Royals 2-0 at 2017 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Men’s Soccer National Championship Semi-Final

Thursday Sept 8, 2017

Nanaimo, British Columbia

 

2017 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Men’s Soccer National Championship

Semi-Final

Keyano Huskies 0 Douglas Royals 2

 

Three-time Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) men’s soccer defending champion Keyano College Huskies played in one of two semi-final contests today at the 2017 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Men’s Soccer National Championships losing to Douglas College Royals 2-0.

 

Royals, PACWEST champions, scored off of a Edris Najm direct kick with 30 seconds remaining in the first half.

 

Their second goal, an empty netter, came with seconds remaining in the contest, Royals' Race Williams outrunning the Huskies who had all 11 players up field for a valiant last-ditch effort in order to tie the game

 

Huskies goalie Jonathan Bruggeling was named Player of the Game for Keyano.

 

The Huskies had met the Royals only once previous in CCAA regular round action with the Huskies winning 3-2 in 2016.

 

Huskies had opened the 2017 CCAA four-day event with a 2-0 decision against the Holland Hurricanes Wednesday.

 

Huskies now play the bronze medal qualifier Friday November 10, 2017 against the Durham Lords from Oshawa, Ontario.

 

Huskies won a silver at the 2016 CCAA finals which they hosted.

 

 

 

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Curtis J. Phillips Keyano College Huskies Sports Information Officer (780) 743-4853 h (780) 370-5675 c cjphillips@shaw.ca

 

Murad Sukru Keyano Huskies Men’s and Women’

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Keyano Huskies basketball and volleyball weekend preview Nov 10-11, 2017

Sports Information Release

For immediate release

Wednesday November 8, 2017

 

Keyano College Huskies Athletics

2017-2018 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC)

 

Keyano Huskies Basketball

Home: Syncrude Sport & Wellness Centre

Opponent: University of Alberta Augustana Vikings

 

Keyano Men’s Basketball

Friday November 10, 2017 8 p.m.

Saturday November 11, 2017 3 p.m.

 

Keyano Record: 4 wins 2 losses 79.8 points per (ppg) for 72.3 ppg against

Vikings Record: 2 wins 4 losses 82.0 points per (ppg) for 83.0 ppg against

 

Keyano Women’s Basketball

Friday November 10, 2017 6 p.m.

Saturday November 11, 2017 1 p.m.

 

Keyano Record:  3 wins 3 losses  69.0 points per (ppg) for 65.3 ppg against

Vikings Record: 2 wins 4 losses 68.0 points per (ppg) for 66.3 ppg against

 

 

Keyano Huskies Volleyball

Away Games: Camrose, Alberta

Opponent: University of Alberta Augustana Vikings

 

Keyano Men’s Volleyball

Friday November 10 2017 8 p.m.

Saturday November 11, 2017 3 p.m.

 

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Keyano Huskies open 2017 CCAA Men's Soccer Championships with 2-0 win against Holland Hurricanes

Wednesday Sept 8, 2017

Nanaimo, British Columbia

 

2017 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Men’s Soccer National Championship

Quarter-Final

Keyano Huskies 2 Holland Hurricanes 0

 

Three-time Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) men’s soccer defending champion Keyano College Huskies opened the 2017 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Men’s Soccer National Championship earlier today with a 2-0 decision against the Holland Hurricanes.

 

Hurricanes, champions of the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association,  featured four-time CCAA All Canadian Ibrahima Sanoh,  who recorded an incredible 27 goals in 12  regular season starts this year.


Superb defence by the Huskies held 
Sanoh, who was named 20177 CCAA Soccer Player of the Year Tuesday evening, in check the entire game.

 

After a scoreless 45 minutes, Huskies sharpshooters Neto Maguel and  Eduardo Filho scored in the second half to advance the Huskies to tomorrow’s (Thursday November 9, 2017) semi-final match against the Douglas Royals from New Westminster, British Columbia at 3 p.m. (PST).

 

“We’ve gone through the toughest stage. Tomorrow we go back at it again.We worked hard today, we defended, we attacked, we played our game, we never changed ourselves,“  said Huskies head coach Murad Sukru, in a postgame Locker- room talk to the team. “Towards the end we got a little bit too aggressive and had some unnecessary fouls.”

 

Assistant coach Angel Goldson added: “At some point in time out there, it looked like we were losing our way and we were slowing it down before speeding it back up again. They were were coming in hard on us and then we figured it out and started getting the ball on foot again. ”

 

The Huskies and Hurricanes had met twice in previous CCAA regular round action with the Huskies winning 3-1 and 5-2 in 2015 and 2014 respectively.

 

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Keyano Huskies CCAA Men's Soccer Match-up, ACAC Athlete of the Week, CCAA Men's Volleyball Ranking

Keyano Huskies to Kick Off Against Holland Hurricanes at CCAA Men’s Soccer Championship Opener

 

Three-time Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference men’s soccer defending champion Keyano Huskies will play four-time Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Conference defending champion Holland Hurricanes in the opening match at 10 a.m. (PST) Wednesday November 8, 2017 for the 2017 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Men's Soccer National Championships in Nanaimo, BC and hosted by the Vancouver Island University.

Huskies were 11 wins 1 loss 35 goals for 8 goals against for the season while the Hurricanes were 14 wins with 56 goals for 10 goals against

 

Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference Athlete of the Week for October 23-29, 2017

 

Keyano Huskies first-year forward Joseph Lambele scored the lone goal in a 1-0 victory over the host NAIT Ooks to claim the 2017 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference Men’s Soccer championship Sunday.  Lambele, from Fort McMurray, also added a goal for his home team in a 4-0 semi-final victory Saturday against the Concordia University of Edmonton Thunder.  “Joseph (Lambele) is a very special player and he is just getting into his peak,” said Keyano Huskies’ head coach Murad Sukru, of the 18 year-old rookie. “He will do a lot of damage at nationals.”  This is the third consecutive ACAC Men’s Soccer banner for the Huskies. Keyano Huskies become only the third ACAC school, since 1983-1984, to win three or more consecutive ACAC Men's Soccer Championships.  Lambele, from Fort McMurray, AB, is in his first year in the Business Administration program at Keyano College.

 

Keyano Huskies Men’s Volleyball Ranked No. 8 in Opening CCAA Poll

 

Keyano Huskies men's volleyball Rank No. 8  from coast-to-coast-to-coast in first Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association poll of the year released today.  They currently have a record of 6 matches won, 18 sets won, 3 sets lost. Congratulations!

 

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Keyano Huskies ACAC Men's Soccer Championship story

Courtesy ACAC

by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips

 

Keyano Huskies become only the third Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) school, since 1983-1984, to win three or more consecutive ACAC Men's Soccer Championships as they defeated the NAIT Ooks 1-0 at Sherwood Park's Emerald Hills Sports Pavilion yesterday.

(The Mount Royal Cougars claimed eight consecutive banners from 1990-1998 while Ooks had a run of three titles 1987-1990)


Scoring the winning goal for the Huskies was Fort McMurray's very own Joseph Lambele (No. 17  file photo courtesy of Erwin Kuhr).

“Joseph (Lambele) is a very special player and he is just getting into his peak,” said Keyano Huskies’ head coach Murad Sukru, of the 18 year-old rookie. “He will do a lot of damage at nationals.”

Lambele, a graduate of Holy Trinity High School, scored at the 6:30 mark after taking a pass from teammate Haris Bajric that deflected off an Ooks’ defender, dribbling past two defenders before placing the ball low to right hand side to find the mesh.

Huskies’ Jonathan Breggeling recorded  his second straight shutout.

“We had lots of (shots on NAIT  goal) and we should have capitalized on them and put the game away early,” said Sukru. “I talked to them (Huskies players) about how to play soccer and they have grasped it.”

Huskies opened the tournament with a bye, advancing to the gold medal game following a semi-final 4-0 shutout of the Concordia University of Edmonton Thunder.

Scoring for the Huskies were Bajric, Lambele, Pedro Bianchi and Rodrigo Wogel Koebsch.

Lambele, who moved to Fort McMurray at the age of 13 from South Africa, said he is proud to wear Huskies’ colours.

“Graduating (from Holy Trinity High School) I thought that this would be the best program for me and the best opportunity,” said  Lambele, who had two regular season goals in 10 appearances. “My mindset in the postseason was completely changed. At

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