Assiniboine Community College and Brandon University will host futsal action this weekend in Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference play.
ACC Cougars men (0-1-3) and women (1-0-4) will hope the home floor advantage will lead to a climb in the MCAC standings.
The Brandon Bobcats women (3-1-0) hold a slim advantage over the undefeated CMU Blazers (3-0-0) while the Bobcats men (3-1-1) are tied atop the standings with CMU (3-1-0) each with 10 points.
Saturday, January 28
- Red River at Assiniboine – Women (11 AM), Men (12:30 PM)
- Canadian Mennonite at Brandon – Women (11 AM), Men (12:30 PM)
- Canadian Mennonite at Assiniboine – Women (3 PM), Men (4:30 PM)
- Red River at Brandon – Women (3 PM), Men (4:30 PM)
Ambrose University in Calgary will host the 2017 Alberta College Athletic Conference Futsal Tournament March 3-7.
More information can be found here: http://www.acac.ab.ca/championships/mfutsal/index
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