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OverviewEdit

The provincial college champions from each of the four provinces in Western Canada played in the annual 4-West Championship from 1972 to 1980 (9 tournaments). Once the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA) started hosting a national championship, this event was used to determine the west's regional representative in the CCAA nationals.

TableEdit

Year Host 1st 2nd 3rd 4th  ?
1972 Winnipeg Cariboo

NAIT / Red River / STI

1973 Saskatoon MRC Cariboo

MRC / Red River / Kelsey

1974 Edmonton MRC Red River Kelsey Cariboo

MRC / Red River / Kelsey

1975 Trail Camrose Selkirk

Keewatin / Kelsey

1976 Winnipeg Selkirk Kelsey

NAIT / Red River

1977 Moose Jaw Red Deer Cariboo

Red River /Kelsey

1978 Red Deer Red Deer Cariboo

Red River /Kelsey

1979 Kamloops

SAIT /Cariboo /Red River / STI

1980  ? Red Deer

Red River /Briercrest

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Tournament ResultsEdit

1972Edit

Scores missing.

Semi-Finals:

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3rd place:

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Final:

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There was no Canadian Colleges Athletic Association national championship until 1975.

 

1973Edit

Scores missing.

Semi-Finals:

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3rd place:

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Final:

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There was no Canadian Colleges Athletic Association national championship until 1975.
 

1974Edit

Scores missing.

Semi-Finals:

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?

3rd place:

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Final:

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There was no Canadian Colleges Athletic Association national championship until 1975.
 

1975Edit

Story: ACAC History

Semi-Finals:

Camrose Lutheran College Vikings 19 Keewatin 1
Selkirk 5 Kelsey 3

3rd place:

?

Final:

Camrose Lutheran College Vikings qualified for the 1975 CCAA Championship Bowl where they won gold.

 

1976Edit

Story: ACAC History

Semi-Finals:

3rd place:

Final:

Selkirk College Saints qualified for the 1976 CCAA Championship Bowl where they won silver.

 

1977Edit

Story: ACAC History

Semi-Finals:

3rd place:

Final:

Red Deer Kings qualified for the 1977 CCAA Championship Bowl where they won gold.

 

1978Edit

Scores missing.

Semi-Finals:

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?

3rd place:

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Final:

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Red Deer Kings qualified for the 1978 CCAA Championship Bowl where they won silver.

 

1979Edit

Scores missing.

Semi-Finals:

?
?

3rd place:

?

Final:

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Red Deer Kings qualified for the 1979 CCAA Championship Bowl where they won gold.
SAIT Trojans qualified for the 1979 CCAA Championship Bowl where they won silver.

 

1980Edit

There was no team from B.C. Scores missing.

Semi-Finals:

?
?

3rd place:

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Final:

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Red Deer Kings qualified for the 1980 CCAA Championship Bowl where they won gold.
SAIT Trojans qualified for the 1980 CCAA Championship Bowl where they won silver.
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