Staying Active This Summer?

Check out our nature trails at Fleming College! A great way to stay fit and enjoy outdoors. Trails located at both Frost and Sutherland campus!

Contact your local recreation department for more details

Frost 705-878-9321

Sutherland 705-742-1517 ext 1

Spring Flag Football League Sutherland Campus

League: Monday and Wednesday 5 to 8 pm  starts April 4 to  13th playoffs Thursday April 14, 2016

Deadline to Register March 28th, 2016 Register at the PSWC Fleming Desk

Cost $25.00/ team or $10.00/ individual

Have FUN + Meet PEOPLE + Stay Active

Jacob White Named CCAA Player of the Year Men's Volleyball

Knights star earns Player of the Year title

March 9, 2016 – Jacob White of the Fleming Knights has been named the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Men’s Volleyball Player of the Year.

White received the award this evening at the 2016 CCAA Men’s Volleyball National Championship banquet, hosted by Douglas College in New Westminster, B.C.

“Jacob represents the CCAA very well,” said David Munro, VP Sport Development. “He is a leader on the court where he is known for his competitiveness and fair play and he also excels off the court with strong academic performance.”

This season, White led the Knights to a 16-4 record and first-place finish in the OCAA’s East Division. He led the conference in both points per set (5.1) and kills per set (4.35). He also added 44 blocks in 68 sets.

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WHITE HEADLINES OCAA MEN'S VOLLEYBALL AWARDS

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The third-year left side was the OCAA east region scoring champion, leading all OCAA players averaging 5.1 points per set. White totaled 347 points on 296 kills, 44 blocks and seven service aces, leading the Fleming Knights to the east regional championship. White is now a two-time Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) all-Canadian, as well as an OCAA east division first-team all-star.

 

Fleming Men's Volleyball AWARD Winners Congratulations

OCAA Men’s Volleyball East Division Champions
Fleming Knights

OCAA Men’s Volleyball Player of the Year
Jacob White, Fleming

CCAA Men’s Volleyball All-Canadians
Jeff Scott, Niagara
Jacob White, Fleming

OCAA Men’s Volleyball East Division Scoring Champion
Jacob White, Fleming

OCAA Men’s Volleyball East Division Coach of the Year
Mike Belsey, Fleming

OCAA Men’s Volleyball East Division First-Team All-Stars
Jacob White, Fleming
Ben Hoftyzer, Loyalist
Jason Grimm, Georgian
Jorell Miller, Seneca
Christian Zimmer, Trent
Darien Haynes, Georgian
Bruce Nguyen, Georgian

OCAA Men’s Volleyball East Division Second Team All-Stars
Matt McGirr, Durham
Shawn Hofmann, Canadore
Sidney Wilding, Seneca
Liam Gray, Georgian
Alexandre Henrie, La Cite
Ishmael Kotey, Seneca
Nathaniel Monteron, Centennial
Scott Cockburn, Fleming

 

Women's Hockey Tournament This Friday!

Annual Fleming College Women’s Hockey Tournament – This Friday!

Come out and cheer on your Fleming Extramural Ice Hockey team as they compete in the Annual Fleming College Women’s Hockey Tournament. Admission is FREE! The tournament is taking place at the Lindsay Recreation Complex this Friday February 19th.

Fleming’s Games:

9:00am – Fleming vs. Durham/UOIT

11:30am – La Cite vs. Fleming College

1:00pm – Quarter Finals

2:15 Semi-Finals

4:00pm – Finals

Click here for full schedule.

For more information email: michlynne.short@flemingcollege.ca or go to Fleming Auks on Facebook.

 

Fleming College Men's Hockey Tournament This Friday!

Come out and cheer on your Fleming Extramural Ice Hockey team as they compete in the Annual Fleming College Men’s Hockey Tournament. Admission is FREE! The tournament is taking place at the Lindsay Recreation Complex this Friday February 12th. Fleming will take on St. Lawrence Brockville at 8:30am on Pad#1 and game time will be determined from there. For the schedule and updates check out Fleming Auks on Facebook. For more information email: michlynne.short@flemingcollege.ca.

Click Here for the schedule: Men’s Hockey Schedule

Fleming Knights Women's Rugby Win GOLD

FLEMING WINS FIRST-EVER OCAA WOMEN’S RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP

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The Fleming Knights narrowly bested the Humber Hawks with a score of 34-33 for their first OCAA women’s rugby title. The tense and exciting match was finally settled in penalty kicks after the teams tied in both regulation play and overtime. The Hawks fought hard against a challenging opponent, earning them silver medals.

The back and forth match was exciting and tense for players and fans alike. Both team’s offensive lines were out in full force at the beginning of the match. The play was back and forth for the first 20 minutes until Fleming managed to score the first try of the game.

Fleming’s score invigorated the Hawks players. Humber’s Christina Branch was able to exploit a small opening in Fleming’s defensive line. She sprinted ahead of the pack and into the Knights end zone scoring Humber’s first try of the game. Lauren Congdon kicked the convert bringing the score to 7-5 for Humber. Fleming, not wanting Humber’s lead to stand, quickly managed its second try of the game, bringing the score to 10-7 for the Knights.

Humber and Fleming alike were fighting hard towards the end of the first half. Branch, scorer of Humber’s first try managed once again to fight through Knight’s territory scoring yet another try. With only minutes left in the first half Humber’s Congdon managed another try for the team bringing the score at the end of the first to 22-10.

The dawn of the second half seemed to breathe new life into Fleming. Though they were down 12 points they fought hard dominating possession of the ball. The Hawks defensive line was pushed to their breaking point by the relentless Knights. Fleming scored two tries in the beginning of the second half cutting the score to 22-20 for Humber. With only a two-point margin and still anyone’s game both teams and the fans alike were feeling the intense pressure.

Fleming’s offensive was brutal, hardly allowing Humber to touch the ball. The Hawks strong defensive players did a good job fending off the advancing team, however, with only eight minutes left in the game, the Knights were able to score yet another try giving them a 27-22 lead. Just when it looked like it might all be over for Humber, the team was able to find an opening in Fleming’s defence scoring yet another try and tying the game with only minutes left on the clock.

After a tie in regulation play the game was forced into overtime. The teams face off once again in two more seven minute halves. The first half was uneventful with neither team scoring any points and few offensive threats. The second half was anxious, as the minutes counted down each team got more and more desperate to score the final try and win the game. With five minutes left on the clock Fleming was able to breakaway and score yet another try bringing the score to 32-27. It seemed to be the end for the Hawks but a final strong offensive move by Christina Branch tied up the game with only seconds left on the clock.

With the score tied once again the winner now would now be determined through penalty kicks. Fleming took the first kick missing the goal posts. Humber’s Logan McGilvray was able to make her first kick. In the second round of kicks Humber missed and Fleming made it. The teams were now tied 1-1, Humber missed its kick in the third round. Fleming was able to make it winning gold.

Despite the disappointing loss Humber played a good game and had a very strong season overall. “The girls played well,” said Humber head coach Dale Essue. “We had 21 rookies on the field in their first championship game. I can’t say anymore than that. They played an amazing game, the main thing is to learn from this experience and come back next year.”

Source: Humber College

Fleming College Loggersports Competition

The 33rd Annual Fleming College Loggersports competition is underway this coming Saturday, Nov. 7th. Featuring 8 schools from across North America, there will be 24 teams on the field participating in 14 different events. The action will be going all day starting at 8:30am and the Auk’s Lodge will be open and serving hot drinks and cold beverages all day. Don’t miss out on all the action! Spectators are Free! Contact the Field House at 705-878-9321 for further information.

 

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Fleming Set to host OCAA and CCAA Women's Soccer Championships

Fleming College to Host Provincial and National Women’s Varsity Soccer Championships
The two events bring the best Canadian provincial and national varsity athletes together for the annual championships.
Peterborough, ON October 15, 2015– Fleming College will host both the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) Women’s Soccer Provincial Championship on October 29 – 31, and the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Women’s Soccer National Championship on November 10 -14 at the Fleming Sport Complex, located at the Sutherland campus in Peterborough.
As host, the Fleming Knights women’s soccer team received an automatic entry into the OCAA provincial championships which showcases the top eight teams from across Ontario for three days of top-level competition. The first four games take place October 29 and 30, with the qualifying teams vying for the gold, silver, and bronze medal games October 31. The competition will kick-off with the All Ontario banquet on October 28 for participating athletes at the Kawartha Trade and Technology Centre (KTTC) at Fleming College.
The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Women’s Soccer National Championship will take place November 10 – 14, again with the Fleming Knights women’s soccer team entered as hosts. This championship showcases the top eight teams from across Canada for four days of high-level competition, culminating in bronze, silver, and gold medal games on November 14. This competition will also kick-off with an All Canadian banquet on November 10, celebrating sporting and coaching excellence in women’s varsity soccer across the nation.
Despite being a first-time host of the OCAA provincial women’s soccer championship, the Fleming Knights women’s team has won four bronze and one silver medal during past championships. “Hosting the CCAA National Women’s Soccer Championship is a brand new experience for us, we have never participated in this level of competition before” said Fred Batley, Athletic Coordinator for Fleming College Athletics and Recreation. “Becoming host of both competitions is the result of the College, SAC, and the City of Peterborough partnering to build a premier soccer complex. We are proud that Fleming has been given the opportunity to host and participate at the provincial and national levels.”
The Fleming College Sports Complex fields are FIFA 1 Star certified – a globally recognized rigorous testing program that includes stringent laboratory and field tests. Both events are open to the public.