Lambton College has a strong history of competing within their Member Conference, the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) and competing for national recognition within the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Assocation (CCAA). Lambton College has been a member of the OCAA since 1968 and was part of the CCAA since it's inception in 1974.
The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) enriches the academic experiences of student-athletes by providing leadership, programs and services that foster development thorugh high-level competitive opportunities in intercollegiate sport.
Today, CCAA student-athletes compete in seven sports at 10 CCAA national championships, each hosted by a CCAA member institution. The 94 member institutions include colleges, universities, technical institutes and cegeps located in eight provinces and regionally governed by five member conferences.
|2015-16||CCAA Silver Medal||Men's Golf||Steve Brown|
|CCAA All-Star||Men's Golf||Steve Brown|
|2014-15||CCAA 1st Rebounds||Women's Basketball||Melissa Ellis|
|1994-95||CCAA All-Canadian||Men's Soccer||Gary Docherty|
|1980-81||CCAA Silver Medal||Women's Badminton||Individual|
For over 40 years, the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association has been dedicated to being a leader in amateur athletics in the development of sport, fitness and recreational opportunities at the collegiate level.
The OCAA is the governing body for intercollegiate sports in Ontario, offering quality programs in the pursuit of athletic excellence. The Association contributes to the learning process by creating an environment which promotes academic success, provides a forum for personal development, complements the educational experience, and enhances student life.
You can view the chart below to see all of our OCAA Awards or click on a particular decade to bring you to that year in the chart.