CCAA Curling National Championships

The CCAA Curling Invitational Championship is an annual bonspiel, or curling tournament, that is scheduled to be held for college teams in the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). The CCAA last held a curling championship in 1990.[1] The championship is a CCA-sanctioned event.

CCAA Curling National Championships
host cityFredericton, New Brunswick
arenaWillie O'Ree Place
2019 men's champion Concordia Thunder
2019 women's champion Douglas Royals
Current edition
2019 CCAA Curling National Championships

Past champions

Year Men's champion Team Women's champion Team Mixed champion Team Host
2019 Concordia Thunder Douglas Royals Fredericton, New Brunswick
(St. Thomas University)
2018 Douglas Royals Fanshawe Falcons Leduc, Alberta
(University of Alberta - Augustana)
2017 Fanshawe Falcons Red Deer Queens Camrose, Alberta
(University of Alberta - Augustana)
2016 Humber Hawks Seneca Sting London, Ontario
(Fanshawe College)
2015 Fleming Knights Jason Whitehill, Tyler Warham, Keith Helson, Matt Strathoff, Coach Steve Whitehill Fanshawe Falcons Shannon Kee, Rachelle Vink, Christina Borgs, Tess Bobbie, Julie Clinton[2] Olds, Alberta
(Olds College)
2014 MacEwan Griffins Jordan Steinke Red Deer Queens Kaitlyn Sherrer Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
(Sault College)
2013 NAIT Ooks Matt Brown, Kenton Maschmeyer, Kyle Reynolds, Travis Jones, Steven Stewart Fanshawe Falcons Jordan Ariss, Cassie Savage, Kaitlyn Knipe, Shannon Kee, Yvonne Lalonde Edmonton, Alberta
2012 Fanshawe Falcons Chris Jay, D.J. Ronaldson, Luke Grasby, Cody Heyens, Matthew Cottrill Fanshawe Falcons Chantal Lalonde, Kaitlyn Knipe, Cassie Savage, Jordan Ariss, Yvonne Lalonde Peterborough, Ontario
(Fleming College)
1990 Douglas Royals Confederation Thunderhawks Selkirk Saints Kamloops, British Columbia
(University College of the Cariboo)
1989 Assiniboine Cougars Confederation Thunderhawks Medicine Hat Rattlers Olds, Alberta
(Olds College)
1988 Fanshawe Falcons NAIT Ooks Confederation Thunderhawks Medicine Hat, Alberta
(Medicine Hat College)
1987 Assiniboine Cougars Saskatchewan Technical Institute Panthers GPRC Wolves Brandon, Manitoba
(Assiniboine Community College)
1986 SAIT Trojans Cambrian Golden Shield Red Deer Kings Kamloops, British Columbia
(University College of the Cariboo)
1985 Confederation Thunderhawks SAIT Trojans Red River Rebels Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
(Kelsey Institute)
1984 Selkirk Saints Saskatchewan Technical Institute Panthers Red River Rebels Kamloops, British Columbia
(University College of the Cariboo)


  1. "2012 CCAA Curling Invitational Championship". CCAA. 12 September 2011. Archived from the original on 1 August 2012.
  2. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2017-11-13. Retrieved 2017-11-12.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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