Augustana represents Canada in Universiade biathlon
2015 Winter Universiade's six Canadian biathletes include two Augustana student-athletes and Head Coach Lowell Niven!
Athletic Director will Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
Each year, groups of brave men raise public awareness about domestic violence and sexual assualt, in addition to raising funds in support of Camrose Women’s Shelter Society by walking a mile in her shoes. Join the fun at the KODIAKS 7 pm game on Friday, January 23 and cheer on our brave Viking, Athletic Director, …
Happy New Year from the Vikings!
Your UAlberta Augustana Vikings are back to business for an exciting 2015! Men’s Volleyball is ranked 5th in Canada Next Volleyball action at home is January 23 vs. CUCA. Women play at 6:00pm, Men at 8:00pm. Hockey plays SAIT this Friday Always an exciting matchup vs arch rivals the SAIT Trojans! Friday, January 9 – …
Throwback Thursday brings ACAC Hockey back – RESCHEDULED
Nostalgic about the old days of College hockey in Camrose? Experience ACAC action under the wooden roof of the Max McLean Arena!
Vikings Women’s Volleyball posts pair of wins vs. CUCA
This past weekend the Vikings Volleyball teams took on the Concordia Thunder. On Friday, November 21, the Women traveled to Concordia anticipating a win. They came out strong and took the first two sets 25-16 and 25-18. The team ran into some trouble in the third set and were unable to finish. They lost the …
Men’s Volleyball successful in two-match tilt with Concordia
The Vikings were successful again this past weekend as they played the Concordia Thunder in a two-match tilt. Friday’s game took place in Edmonton. The first set went right down to the wire but the Vikings were able to prevail by a score of 25-23. The second set went a little more smoothly and the …
Vikings Men’s Volleyball posts strong weekend results
Over the weekend the Vikings were faced with the task of taking on The King’s University College Eagles. Friday night’s match got underway in Edmonton relatively quickly. The Vikings got off to a bit of a slow start, trailing by a score of 13-16, missing an unusual amount of serves. Fortunately, the Vikings were able …
Women’s Volleyball tests perserverance
The Women’s Volleyball team took on the King’s University College Eagles. On Friday November 14, the team traveled to Edmonton and had their sights set on a win. Unfortunately, the team had a rough start to the night and struggled to get any momentum in the first set. They lost the first set 9-25. The …
Vikings recognize Bob & Margaret Prestage
Vikings Athletics was proud to recognize two of Vikings Hockey’s most ardent supporters, Bob and Margaret Prestage, at the November 13 Hockey Game versus the NAIT Ooks. The entire Vikings Community joined in recognizing Bob and Margaret’s tireless energy in support of minor sports in the community and both were congratulated on being the recipients …
Vikings Women’s Volleyball split Keyano Huskies doubleheader
This weekend the Vikings team headed up to Fort McMurray to take on the Keyano Huskies. On Friday October 7, the team came out looking for a win. However, the women’s team struggled to settle in and find their range. Though the Vikings fought hard they couldn’t finish. They lost to Keyano in three sets; …