The Kings and Queens are
Ready to defend the throne

Coming off an incredible season, RDC's Kings and Queens are prepared for another season of success in 2015-2016. Join us and show your support this season as the Royal Legacy Continues.

RDC’s 2014-2015 athletics season was another notable season of excellence and success garnering the Kings and Queens recognition across the nation. The laundry list of achievements included:

  • 2015 CCAA Women’s Volleyball National Champions
  • 2015 ACAC Championship Title Queens Volleyball
  • 2015 ACAC Women’s Hockey Silver Medal
  • 2015 ACAC Men’s Volleyball Silver Medal
  • 2015 CCAA Coaching Excellence Award Across All Sports– Talbot Walton
  • 2015 CCAA Men’s Volleyball Player of the Year & CCAA All-Canadian-Luke Brisbane
  • 2015 ACAC Men’s Volleyball Player of the Year & Overall Men’s Athlete of the Year-Luke Brisbane
  • SIRC-CCAA Academic All-Canadian Alex Donaghy
  • 2015 ACAC Female Hockey Player of the Year- Megan Jones
  • 2015 ACAC Female Hockey Rookie of the Year-Kaely McMurty
  • 2015 ACAC Coach of the Year-Clayton Pottinger
  • 2015 ACAC Minor Official of the Year-Larissa Walker
  • 89 Student Athletes Achieved Academic Excellence
  • 10 ACAC Athletes of the week
  • 2015 Red Deer Advocate Athletes of the Year, Male – Tim Finnigan,  Female - Sydney Daines

Red Deer College’s Athletics legacy dates back to 1965 when the Red Deer Junior College Kings & Queens represented the City of Red Deer and RDC as the first ever competitors in the Western Inter-College Conference. A lot has changed since 1965, but RDC has always been a dominant presence in Athletics at the provincial and national level.