Redeemer Royals

Fourth-year student-athlete Avery Johnston, winner of the NCCAA Joe & Q Harding Award, recounts how she's been carried by God's wisdom through an unexpected personal trial.
Fourth-year student-athlete and Dr. Ray Bullock Award recipient Leah-Joy Gaensler is racing for Christ on and off the cross-country running course.
Three members of the Redeemer Royals men’s volleyball team share their journey to the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) National Championship.
Student-athletes Maddison Cohoon and Matthew Walraven detail their spiritual formations since transferring from public universities.
The field was named after David Mantel during a ceremony that commemorated the athletic director’s life and legacy.
The Redeemer's men's basketball team entered uncharted territory in 2018, finishing the season in first place.
This fall, Redeemer is putting its strong fan community to the test with aims to set an OCAA attendance record during the varsity season.
Kurvits becomes first three-time Male Player of the Year in OCAA History
Brown sets new OCAA record for total career points in women's basketball
Two video series tell unique sides of Redeemer's story
Another historic moment for Redeemer, its badminton program and student athlete Owen Kurvits.
Redeemer awarded with first basketball All-Canadian in program history and third in 2015-16 across all programs.
Straatsma was also named a CCAA All-Canadian and is a nominee for National Player of the Year.
Redeemer badminton player also named All-Canadian for second year in a row
Redeemer's Curtiss Straatsma is the new OCAA career points leader

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