After successfully hosting the ACAC Women’s Basketball Championship, the Keyano Huskies are going to take their show on the road.
By winning the silver medal last weekend, the Keyano Huskies women’s basketball squad qualifies for the CCAA women’s basketball championship in Sainte Foy, Que.
Also representing Alberta will be the Olds College Broncos, who won the gold medal in the ACAC Women’s Basketball Championship.
As the ACAC wildcard entry, the Keyano Huskies open against the women’s basketball champion from Ontario, Fanshawe Falcons, with tip-off is 6:30 p.m.
You can cheer on the Huskies from home live streaming the CCAA women’s basketball championship.
Get yourself a hype girl like Tye! Best of luck to our WBB team who are headed to Quebec today to battle it out in @CCAAsportsACSC Nationals! We are so stoked and ready to cheer you on from across the country! First game is Thursday vs @FanshaweFalcons! Go Huskies Go! #acacsport pic.twitter.com/yURlequxdX
— Huskies Athletics (@keyanohuskies) March 11, 2019
Keyano Huskies fast facts
- The ACAC selected Keyano Huskies Moiyan Toure and Aliyah Johnson on the First Team All-Tournament squad for their outstanding play.
- The CCAA Women’s Basketball Championships run from Mar. 14-16, 2019.
- The Huskies rank 15th in the nation.