Over $25,000 raised at Crandall University Golf Classic

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Over $25,000 raised at Crandall University Golf Classic

The 14th annual Crandall University Golf Classic was held on Thursday, June 14th at Royal Oaks Golf Club. 89 golfers braved the wind and rain to come out in a show of support for Crandall’s Chargers Athletics scholarships, programs, and initiatives. Sadly, the game came to an early end due to weather, but the players […]

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Chargers Coaching Changes for 2018-19

Updated: The Crandall University Athletics Department has announced changes to the coaching staff leading up to the 2018-2019 season. Soccer Kevin Talbot, who has coached the women’s soccer team for the last several years will also take over the men’s soccer team. Coach Talbot won the ACAA Women’s Soccer Coach of the Year award for […]

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Crandall University to Host 2019 ACAA Basketball Championships

Moncton – Crandall University will host the 2019 ACAA Basketball Championships in Moncton, NB. The championship tournament brings together the best 6 women’s teams and the best 6 men’s teams in Atlantic Canada for one weekend to determine conference champions and representatives at the CCAA national championships held in Quebec City, QC (women) and Vancouver, […]

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2018 Chargers Athletic Awards

The Crandall Chargers Athletics department shared in an awards dinner, honouring the top athletes of the year. Awards were presented to the Cross Country team, the Men’s & Women’s Soccer teams, and the Men’s & Women’s Basketball teams. Women’s Soccer MVP: Alyssa Dykeman Defensive Player of the Year: Courtney Lutes Christian Leadership Award: Becca Reay […]

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Chargers Take Silver at ACAA Championships

Crandall University were big winners during the ACAA Championship weekend. The Chargers finished with a silver medal falling to Holland College in the finals. The Chargers were led all season by 4th and 5th year captains Brandon Fields and Hassan Maidal. Both were recognized for their accomplishments on the year with Hassan winning 2nd Team […]

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Crandall Boxing Club Continues to Grow

The Crandall University Chargers Boxing team is New Brunswick’s most recent addition to Olympic style boxing training in the province. Launched in September 2016, the club – located at Crandall University in Moncton – provides athletes with the opportunity to pursue a university education while also training and competing in the sport of Olympic style […]

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CCAA Names Crandall’s Thomarcus Nix to 2016 All-Canadian Team

The Canadian Collegiate Athletics Association (CCAA) announced on March 17th that it has named Thomarcus Nix of our own Crandall Chargers to its All-Canadian basketball team. Nix, a fourth-year forward for the Chargers, led his team to a 14-9 record in the regular season. The Chargers delivered a strong showing in the ACAA playoffs on […]

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Chargers’ Basketball players receive All-Conference Awards

The Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) has awarded four Crandall Chargers’ basketball players with All-Conference honours. Senteria Renwicks and Thomarcus Nix each won the ACAA 1st Team All-Conference award for their performance and leadership throughout the season. Shamera O’Neal and Kelly Vass were also recognized with the ACAA’s 2nd Team All-Conference award. The Chargers’ women’s […]

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ACAA Athlete of the Week

Our very own Crandall Charger, Senteria Renwicks, was awarded this week’s ACAA Athlete of the Week. Senteria is a fourth year veteran who helped lead us to our 7th straight win this past weekend (totally 27 points), and continues to work hard on the court as playoffs approach. To learn more about Senteria and the […]

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2015 ACAA Basketball Playoffs

Congratulations to our Chargers for all of the achievements made this basketball season! Both Men and Women’s teams made playoffs and our Men won Silver!

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