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Honoured Athletes

The Blues women's soccer team, lead by coach Doug Abercrombie, claimed the 1998 national championship for the third time in four years, along with its fourth consecutive provincial championship. Forward Diana Artuso, who was named the most valuable female player of the tournament, was also named last March as the first ever college athlete of the year by Sport BC. Capilano College badminton player Alison Paterson and soccer player Jason Elligot (pictured at right) were named by the College as athletes of the year. The Sportsplex, home of the Capilano College Blues sports teams, is well-suited for a variety of athletic and community events.

Sportsplex Facility and Rental Information

(604) 984-4977 or (604) 983-7533

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Beautiful Music

It's never too soon nor too late to learn how to make music and there are several different programs to choose from at Capilano College. The Jazz Studies program, where Juno award-winner Brad Turner teaches trumpet, can lead to a College diploma or a degree in partnership with the Open University. The Music Therapy program also leads to a degree, while the Bachelor of Music Transfer program offers study in areas from music theory to basic guitar to advanced keyboard. The Continuing Education department has a community music school which offers music instruction to people of all ages.

Music Department (604) 984-4951

Community Music School (604) 990-7891

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