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7:00 PM
Mount Allison
at DAL AC
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Nov 01
7:00 PM
UKC
at MSVU
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Nov 02
2:00 PM
UNBSJ
at Mount Allison
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Nov 02
2:00 PM
Holland
at MSVU
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Nov 02
2:00 PM
Mount Allison
at STU
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Nov 02
2:00 PM
Crandall
at UNBSJ
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Nov 02
3:00 PM
Crandall
at UNBSJ
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Nov 02
4:00 PM
Holland
at USA
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Nov 02
4:00 PM
Mount Allison
at STU
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Nov 02
4:00 PM
Holland
at MSVU
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Nov 02
6:00 PM
Holland
at USA
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Nov 03
10:00 AM
Holland
at USA
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Nov 03
12:00 PM
UKC
at Crandall
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Nov 03
12:00 PM
Holland
at USA
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Nov 03
1:00 PM
STU
at MSVU
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Nov 03
1:00 PM
UNBSJ
at Mount Allison
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Nov 03
2:00 PM
UKC
at Crandall
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Nov 03
3:00 PM
UNBSJ
at Mount Allison
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Nov 03
5:00 PM
DAL AC
at Crandall
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Nov 06
7:00 PM
STU
at UNBSJ
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Nov 08
7:30 AM
UNBSJ
at MSVU
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Nov 08
7:00 PM
UKC
at DAL AC
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Nov 09
12:00 PM
Crandall
at Holland
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Nov 09
1:00 PM
MSVU
at Crandall
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Nov 09
2:00 PM
MSVU
at Mount Allison
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About Us

 

About the Atlantic Collegiate Athletics Association

The Nova Scotia College Conference came into existence during Centennial Year, May 1967. The charter colleges were: Nova Scotia Technical College, Halifax; University of Kings College, Halifax; Nova Scotia Teachers College, Truro; Xavier College, Sydney; Universite Ste. Anne, Church Point, and Nova Scotia Agricultural College, Truro.

In its origin, the Conference was known as the Nova Scotia Small College Conference. The major sports were soccer, hockey and basketball. Tournament competition in golf, volleyball, badminton, field hockey and cross-country had also formed a part of the Conference scheduling in the past.

Over the years the Conference has seen major changes with members, the association name, sport participation - ACAA and CCAA, and personnel. The present name "Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association" reflects our regional composition with institutions from PEI, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

The Present Sports Include:

 ACAA:

  • soccer (mens / womens)
  • volleyball (mens / womens)
  • badminton (mens / womens)
  • basketball (mens / womens)
  • golf (mens / womens) (exhibition)
  • cross country (mens/womens)

 
CCAA:

  • soccer (mens / womens)
  • volleyball (mens / womens)
  • badminton (mens / womens)
  • basketball (mens / womens)

The ACAA presence in CCAA activity has been strong since the inception of the CCAA. The ACAA has hosted ten CCAA National Championships, won ten CCAA medals, held five CCAA executive and five CCAA convernor position over a good many years.

The ACAA continues to adapt and grow in a changing sport environment and in doing so provides many student athletes an excellent opportunity to strive for athletic as well as academic excellence.