Big gaps to fill next season

Big gaps to fill next season

By Joe Lipovski Photo by Railene Hooper The Ooks men’s volleyball team is losing three key players going into the next season. Brandon Eagle and Simon Coat, two of the three Australians on the team will be heading home over the summer. Starting setter, Mitch...
Former Ook goes pro

Former Ook goes pro

By Paul Cholewa Photo by Railene Hooper The NAIT Ooks are watching as one of their men’s soccer players leaves the nest and signs with FC Edmonton. David Doe led the Ooks and the ACAC in points in the 2018 season with 13 goals and nine assists in 10 games. He helped...
Gold, silver and bronze for Ooks

Gold, silver and bronze for Ooks

By Zachary Flynn The NAIT Ooks badminton team brought home a full set of medals from the CCAA national championships in Nova Scotia. Eyota Kwan brought home a championship banner as she won her second straight gold medal at nationals. Last year, Kwan and Jeffrey Ko...
Esports come to NAIT

Esports come to NAIT

By Ty Ferguson NAIT Athletics and NAITSA are bringing eSports to campus as the industry continues to grow. More than 200 million people tuned into the League of Legends World Championship in 2018. Along with that, the industry was reported to bring in over 900 million...
Record-breaking final year

Record-breaking final year

By Zachary Flynn Photo by Railene Hooper In his fifth and final year with the Ooks, Samson Cleare made sure to leave his mark on the team and on the ACAC Men’s Basketball league before he leaves. The NAIT Ooks’ starting center led the ACAC in total rebounds for the...
Concussions within the Ooks

Concussions within the Ooks

By Jordan Tougas Photo by Gabrielle Skjersven NAIT Athletics is taking steps to try to keep their players’ brains healthy while they play. One of these steps is an extensive concussion protocol that athletes must go through. Each NAIT Ook goes through a concussion...