Provincials are here and the prize is in sight.

Eight teams gathered together, in Sudbury, all with a singular goal. The host Cambrian Golden Shield will welcome the Humber Hawks, Algonquin Thunder, Fanshawe Falcons, St Clair Saints, Seneca Sting, Mohawk Mountaineers and Durham Lords to Northern

Putting the team back into Cambrian cross country.

For the first time in a handful of years, Cambrian College can lay claim to fielding cross-country teams. This might come as a surprise to casual fans of the sport, who recall that the Golden Shield currently boasts back to back OCAA women’s champions

Summer Camps 2017.

It’s that time of year again… It’s time to start registering your kids for summer camps! From soccer, to volleyball, basketball, and more – you will be sure to find a fun-packed camp to suit your child, or someone you know right here at Cambrian

CAA President steering a busy sports season.

There is no denying that the winter sports season has been challenging for the volleyball and basketball teams at Cambrian College. At times like these a positive outlook can help. Enter 20 year-old Alanna Lahay, the Victoria Harbour raised bundle of

Volleyball player strikes a healthy balance.

In the world of varsity sports, it’s easy to lose sight of the big picture. There is enough at stake for many of the post-secondary teams, in Sudbury and elsewhere, that the pursuit of athletic excellence can become all-encompassing. Cambrian women’s