A highly successful 2018-19 badminton season came to a close on Saturday afternoon in Nova Scotia at the CCAA National Championship with the Huskies earning a pair of silver medals and two fourth-place finishes to wrap the seas
On the eve of the CCAA Badminton National Championship, George Brown badminton has six graduating athletes that have each made varying degrees of impact over an incredibly successful stretch for the program.
George Brown badminton decided one year of making history wasn't quite enough on Saturday afternoon - after sweeping the men's and women's team provincial titles in 2018 for the program’s first time, they put together an encore performance at UTM over the past two days.
George Brown College played host to the 2019 OCAA Regional Badminton Championships over the past two days at St. James Campus, featuring athletes from six institutions vying for a spot in the OCAA Championship.
Huskies badminton put together their third straight strong performance to open the season in London this weekend, winning a pair of titles and earning five runner-up finishes at the Fanshawe Invitational.
Following a dominant display on their march to the finals, George Brown College posted wins in Mixed Doubles (Ace Zeng/Anh Hoang) and Men's Singles (Ace Zeng) to earn a silver-medal finish at the 2018 UTM Invitational Team Challenge.
George Brown’s Yunji Kim, among the most successful female badminton players in program history, has been named one of twelve apprentices selected for the CCAA’s 2018-19 Female Apprentice Coaching Program.