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    CCAA Men’s Playoff Schedules

    The playoffs have arrived and we are moving right along to see who will qualify for the trips to Windsor, ON in a week’s time for the CCAA Men’s Soccer Championships at St. Clair College.

    So without further discussion, let’s take a look at the schedules, (and some of the results), that will help book seven teams trips to Windsor.


    2023-2024 ACAA Soccer Championships 
    Saturday, October 28 and Sunday, October 29, 2023

    Hosted by Mount Saint Vincent University
    Field Location: Mainland Commons, Halifax, NS

    The Mystics are proud to host this exciting event and are committed to providing all players, coaches, officials, and spectators
    with a great ACAA Championship experience!

    Restocked and Ready for Battle: Men's Soccer Season Preview
    Courtesy of STU Athletics:


    FRIDAY, October 27, 2023: 

    ACAA All-Conference Soccer Championship Banquet

    SATURDAY, October 28 and SUNDAY, October 29, 2023: 

    Date  Away  HomeTime/StatusLinks
    Sat. Oct. 28     (4) STU (1) Holland College10:00 AM Video | Box Score | Recap
      Women’s Semifinal #1 @ Mainland Commons (Halifax, N.S.)      
      (3) UKC (2) MSVU12:30 PM Video | Box Score | Recap
     Women’s Semifinal #1 @ Mainland Commons (Halifax, N.S.)    
      (4) MSVU  (1) STU  3:30 PMVideo | Box Score | Recap
      Men’s Semifinal #1 @ Mainland Commons (Halifax, N.S.)   
      (3) Holland College  (2) UKC  6:00 PMVideo | Box Score | Recap
      Men’s Semifinal #2 @ Mainland Commons (Halifax, N.S.)   
    Sun. Oct. 29     SF Winner  SF Winner  12:00 PMVideo | Box Score | Recap
      Women’s Championship Final @ Mainland Commons (Halifax, N.S.)   
       Awards presentation to follow immediately after the game.
      SF Winner  SF Winner 3:00 PMVideo | Box Score | Recap 
      Men’s Championship Final @ Mainland Commons (Halifax, N.S.)   
      Awards presentation to follow immediately after the game.


    HRM Mainland Commons
    210 Raddall Dr,. Halifax, NS B3S 1K3


    Day Pass: $10.00 Adults

    Day Pass: $8.00 Students

    FREE for children under 12 years



    All games will be webcasted on ACAA TV


    Facebook:  ACAA-AASC

    Instagram: @acaa_aasc


    Pictures of the ACAA Soccer Championships will be available here on the ACAA-AASC Facebook page.  Information courtesy of Atlantic Colleges Athletic Association


    Courtesy of Collège Ahuntsic:
    Soccer C M D1 Provincial (2023-2024) • Calendrier des éliminatoires
       #   DateHeureVisiteurRésultatReceveurEndroit
    Quart de finaleSM01Mar2023-10-2420:30Montmorency1 – 2Saint-HyacintheCégep de Saint-Hyacinthe
    Quart de finaleSM02Mar2023-10-2419:30Garneau2 – 3 (p)Sainte-FoyPEPS-6
    Demi-finaleSM03Sam2023-10-2815:00Sainte-FoyAhuntsicParc Seaway 3
    Demi-finaleSM04Sam2023-10-2817:30Saint-HyacintheCh.-St-LambertParc Seaway 3
    Finale (bronze)SM05Dim2023-10-2912:00Perdant D-FPerdant D-FParc Seaway 3
    Finale (or)SM06Dim2023-10-2917:30Gagnant D-FGagnant D-FParc Seaway 3
    ©2013-2023 – Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec – RSEQ – Tous droits réservés | LégalCollaboration spéciale
    Courtesy of the RSEQ:



    OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP (George Brown)

    Men's soccer championship
Oct 28-29, 2023
hosted by George Brown College
    Courtesy of George Brown Athletics:

    The team to beat in the OCAA this year is the George Brown Huskies.

    With a 10-0 record the Number 2 Nationally ranked team finished the season on a torrid pace with a 10-0 record with their only loss coming in preseason to Algoma University when they didn’t have the team fully formed.

    The Huskies are looking to win the program’s first gold medal since 1973 as they host the OCAA Provincial Championship this weekend (October 28-29) at Esther Shiner Stadium.

    The other three teams travelling to Toronto are the Seneca Sting, Humber Hawks and Conestoga Condors. Only the Provincial Champion will move on to the CCAA National Championship this year, since the St. Clair Saints are hosting the event and have the other spot. This marks the third straight time that George Brown, Humber and Seneca are in the Final Four.


    12:00 p.m. Saturday October 28th

    Seneca Sting vs Conestoga Condors.

    The Condors are experiencing one of their best campaigns in program history. They also went 10-0, finished first in the West Division during the regular season, and blew away both squads in their playoff matches to get to this point. If the Condors advance to the finals, it would mark the first time since 1979, which was the last time and the only time the program claimed the gold medal. The Condors have numerous weapons, led by Josip-Pavle Stojanovic and OCAA Rookie of the Year Ricardo Alvarado. They have also only allowed more than one goal in the match once.

    Seneca is no stranger to the final four, as this marks their fourth straight season they earned a spot. Last year, they claimed the silver medal at the OCAA Provincial Championship and the CCAA National Championship. The Sting have been an offensive juggernaut this season. They averaged 58 goals per match during the regular season (all be it 32 goals came against Sault College), and kept that momentum in the playoffs, more specifically in the quarter-finals against the St. Clair Saints with a 5-4 win. A player to keep an eye on is Michael Pellegrini. The striker finished tied for second in the province with 13 goals.


    3 p.m. Saturday October 28th

    George Brown Huskies vs Humber Hawks. 

    The Huskies have been on an absolute tear this season. They did a program first, going undefeated at 10-0, scoring the most goals and surrendering the least in the province. Under OCAA Coach of the Year, John Williams, the team saw nine players named to either the East Division first-team or second-team all-star team. A pair of Huskies to watch are Yonis Jama, and Mark Do Coito. The two veterans joined the squad two years ago and are the only players on the roster who were a part of the Huskies silver medal and CCAA National Championship berth in 2021.

    George Brown has claimed a medal at the last two Provincial Championships but is searching for the program’s first gold medal in 50 years.

    Their opponents are the four-time defending Provincial Champions and two-time defending National Champions, Humber Hawks. Like the other squads in the final four, the Hawks are balanced and well-structured. They can score with the best of them but can also shut down any offence. They have only allowed more than one goal twice so far this campaign. The key player to keep an eye on is Exosse Kadiebue. The second-year forward led the team with 10 goals and was named West Division Player of the Year.

    On Sunday, October 29, the bronze medal match will happen at 12 p.m., while the gold medal match will follow at 3 p.m.

    All the matches can be streamed live on the OCAA Live Livestream Channel.

    Oct. 28Oct. 29
    12:00 p.m.: Semi-Final #1 – Seneca vs. Conestoga12:00 p.m.: Bronze Medal Game
    3:00 p.m.: Semi-Final #2 – Humber vs. George Brown3:00 p.m.: Gold Medal Game
    Courtesy of the OCAA:


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    Courtesy of Providence University College Athletics:

    MCAC Soccer Championships

    Hosted by: Canadian Mennonite University at Ralph Cantafio Soccer Complex

    Dates: Saturday, October 28, 2023 and Sunday, October 29, 2023               

    Saturday, October 28

    1:00 pm       Women’s semifinal No. 1 — Providence vs. St. Boniface — Field 1

    1:00 pm       Women’s semifinal No. 2 — Brandon vs. CMU — Field 2

    3:30 pm       Men’s semifinal No. 1 — Brandon vs. CMU — Field 1

    3:30 pm       Men’s semifinal No. 2 — Providence vs. St. Boniface — Field 2

    Sunday, October 29

    1:00 pm        Women’s Championship Final

    3:30 pm        Men’s Championship Final




    Concordia University of Edmonton, NAIT and The King’s University are proud to host the 2023 ACAC Men & Women’s Soccer Championships, from October 26 to 28, 2023. All roads lead north as the best teams from across the conference will compete for the coveted conference championship and a spot at the 2023 CCAA National Championships. All games will be played at the state-of-the-art Edmonton Soccer Dome in Edmonton.

    Edmonton Soccer Dome
    Courtesy of the ACAC and the Edmonton Soccer Dome:

    The Edmonton Soccer Dome (3126 Ewing Trail SW) is located on the Scottish Society’s private 22 acre site, just minutes from the Edmonton International airport. The new 135,000 Square foot air support structure will be the first facility in Canada to install the brand new FieldTurf CORE turf product, the latest and most advanced turf on the market. 


    StandingsPlayoff LeadersPlayoff Team Stats PrintType                 All                      Conference                      Post Season              

    Thu. 26TKU * % 3RDP 2FinalMG1 Video  Box Score More
     LETH * % 0NAIT 6FinalMG2 Video  Box Score More
    Next Event
    Fri. 27TKU * %KC3:00 PM MDTMG3 Live stats  Video
     NAIT * %SAIT5:30 PM MDTMG4 Live stats  Video
    Sat. 28Loser MG3 vs Loser MG4 * %NAIT12:30 PM MDTBronze Live stats  Video
     Winner MG3 vs Winner MG4 * %NAIT5:30 PM MDTGold Live stats  Video
    Courtesy of ACAC:



    PACWEST Soccer Championship
    Courtesy of the PACWEST:

    The 2023 PACWEST soccer championship tournament is set to begin on Saturday October 28th on the campus of Vancouver Island University in Nanaimo. Three teams will qualify for the tournament with the semi-finals set for Saturday. Then Sunday the gold medal matches will take place with the winning team punching their ticket to the National Championship.

    The men’s PACWEST Championship side will travel to Ontario and play at St. Clair College in Windsor for the national championship. The Saints have a beautiful new turf facility at Acumen Stadium which will hold up against any elements Mother Nature throws at it. The last national gold for a PACWEST men’s team was in 2017 when the Mariners hosted and won the national title.

    The PACWEST championship tournament runs on Saturday October 28 and Sunday October 29. Games will begin each day at 2:30pm with the women’s game followed by the men and be broadcasted HERE. (same link for women’s and men’s games).

    The PACWEST Soccer Championships are being held at Q’unq’inuqwstuxw Stadium

    745 Third Street, Nanaimo, BC

    Courtesy of PACWEST Athletics:

    The Number 5 Nationally ranked Douglas College Royals await the winner of the Semi-Final between #2 Langara and #3 event host VIU.

    Men’s Draw
     Saturday, October 28           
      MG 15:15 pmSemi-Final #2 Langaravs#3 VIUBox ScoreRecapPhotosLive
        NDSS Turf          
     Sunday, October 29                               
        MG 25:15 pmGold Medal  #1 Douglas –vsSF WinnerBox ScoreRecapPhotosLive
        NDSS Turf       
    Courtesy of the PACWEST:


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