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Calgary Dinos
Logo
UniversityUniversity of Calgary
AssociationU Sports
ConferenceCanada West
Athletic directorJason Kerswill
LocationCalgary, Alberta
Varsity teams19
Football stadiumMcMahon Stadium
ArenaFather David Bauer Olympic Arena (1,500)
GymJack Simpson Gymnasium (3,454)
MascotRex
NicknameDinos
ColorsRed and Gold[1]
         
Websitewww.godinos.com

The Calgary Dinos are the athletic teams that represent the University of Calgary in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. They were known as the "Dinosaurs" but usually referred to as the "Dinos" until 1999, when the name was officially shortened. Some of its venues are the Jack Simpson Gymnasium (basketball m/w, volleyball m/w, track and field m/w), McMahon Stadium (football, soccer m/w), Hawkings Field (field hockey), University of Calgary Aquatic Centre (swimming, often shortened to Aquatic Centre) and a 200m Running Track (cross-country and track & field practices).

The men's hockey team plays at Father David Bauer Olympic Arena, while the women's hockey team's schedule is split between the Olympic Oval and Father David Bauer Olympic Arena. In the rare case of scheduling conflicts, both men's and women's hockey have used the Max Bell Centre for games.

Teams

Calgary Dinos teams compete in:

Football

Men's ice hockey

Women's ice hockey

References

  1. ^ Dinos Identity Standards (PDF). Retrieved August 11, 2018.

External links

This page was last edited on 1 August 2020, at 23:54
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