UVic’s MacKinnon named B.C. university player of the year

Megan Woodland wins Association of Independent Institutions golf championship in Arizona, leads Vikes to third

Ryan MacKinnon is B.C.'s male University Athlete of the Year.

The accolades continue for outgoing University of Victoria Vikes basketball player Ryan MacKinnon (Comox). The fifth-year forward was named B.C.’s university male athlete of the year at the 2012 B.C. Basketball Hall of Fame and Awards dinner in Langley on April 21.

MacKinnon and third-year golfer Megan Woodland were recently crowned as the UVic Vikes male and female athletes of the year.

On Monday (April 23) Woodland won the Association of Independent Institutions Championship in Prescott, Ariz, helping the Vikes to third overall. Woodland won the individual title with a two-round score of four-over-par, 148.

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