The Douglas College Men’s Golf team posted their best result in recent memory this past weekend at the PACWEST VIU Invitational, finishing second, just two strokes shy of a first-place finish to Camosun College. Fifth year golfer, Travis LeClair lead the team, shooting a two-day total of 147, good for 1st place overall in the individual standings. Close behind was 5th year veteran teammate, Josh Legge, whose two-day total of 153 secured him a top three finish.
The 2019-2020 edition of the Royals men's soccer team returns a mostly veteran line-up who will be looking for redemption from last year's disappointing post-season end. The Royals had looked poised for a return to the CCAA National Championships, where two years prior, they had earned a silver medal finish. On the heels of an 8-2 regular season record and an 8-0 drubbing of the Langara Falcons in the final regular season game, the Royals hopes were clipped by those same Falcons in a thrilling PACWEST Championship semi-final rematch that ended in penalty kicks.
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The Dougalas College Royals are proud to announce the 2019-2020 women’s volleyball recruiting class. These ladies will add to an impressive core of returning athletes that posted an 18-6 regular season record, good for a silver finish at the PACWEST championships and a spot in the CCAA National Championship tournament. Welcome Jayce Day, Abbie Smith, Grace McGillivray, Rebecca Green, Sienna Mastromonaco, Sam Dodds to the PRIDE!
The Royals softball team punched their ticket to the 2019 NWAC Softball Championship with a pair of wins on Saturday. Douglas celebrated Sophomore Day by breaking out the big bats, putting up 20 runs on Saturday over two games against the Shoreline Dolphins.
A quarterfinal comeback loss to the Langara Falcons ended hopes of a homecourt PACWEST medal for Royals women’s basketball, while men’s basketball fought to the bitter end for a gold medal but lost in overtime to take home the silver medal.
At the 2019 PACWEST Volleyball Championships, the top-seeded Royals men’s volleyball team had their season cut short, while the women’s volleyball side earned a silver medal that sees them earn a spot at the upcoming CCAA National Championship.
The Royals and the CBC Bearcats played on each other’s home courts this past weekend in PACWEST volleyball action, dominating the home court and putting up big numbers on the road as they won all four games.