Jasmine Baxter Solidifies Spot on Women’s Under-20 Canadian National Rugby Team
At a late-April selection camp for the Women’s Under-20 Canadian National Rugby team in the small lakeside Village of Shawinigan, British Columbia, Jasmine Baxter engaged in pre-camp introductions and blunted her nervous energy.
Rookie Sami Jahan Shines in the Fourth Quarter Despite Tough Loss
Coming off a strong victory against the Bermuda National Team on August 13, the Stingers played their fourth game of the preseason against another international opponent, the NCAA University of Albany Great Danes this past Wednesday.
The Stingers Look Like a Different Team To Start the Year Despite Loss
Brad Collinson knew exactly what the expectations were.
Controversy Took Over as 10-Man Griffons Give Up First Place With Two Games Left in the Season.
In a potentially title-deciding match, Blainville and Mont-Royal-Outremont delivered another classic that did not fail to disappoint.
Marc-André Élement Will Coach the University Stars in the September 10 Matchup
U Sports will get the chance to shine Sept. 10 in Brossard as 21 of their finest Quebec-based players take on some of the top prospects of the Montreal Canadiens, the oldest and most decorated team in the NHL.
Valparaiso 94, Concordia 90: Late Fourth Quarter Drought in Preseason Game Sinks Stingers Men’s Basketball
Stingers Drain 14 three’s in Losing Effort Against NCAA Div 1 Opponent
Lacing it up for the first time at home since their March 2nd RSEQ championship triumph, the Stingers looked to add more wins to their preseason exhibition schedule against NCAA Division 1 competition.
Men’s Hockey Players Follow U Sports Careers With Professional Contracts
Following the news earlier this offseason that centre Hugo Roy had signed a professional contract in the American Hockey League, several members of the men’s hockey team have signed their own contracts heading into next season.
This Year’s Women’s World Cup Put to Rest The Notion That Women’s Sports is a Niche Interest
As a fan of Canadian soccer, I was understandably miffed a week and a half ago. The United States Women’s National Team won their fourth World Cup in one of the most dominant tournament runs in world soccer history — men’s or women’s.
Disappointing Effort Leaves MRO Two Points Behind Blainville Entering Final Stretch of the Season.
All championship teams — without exception — find ways to win or get the results they need. Whether they play well or not, whether the result was deserved or not, they get the points needed.
92nd Minute Equalizer Turns Title Race Into a Three Team Affair
Rivalries are a complex sporting phenomenon. There’s an energy that fills these games that you cannot get against other teams.
MRO Stay Level With Blainville on Points but Trail League Leaders on Goal Difference
Approaching the midway point of a season, one tends to think that a team with a zero in the loss column would be looking down on everyone else. However, that was not the case following the MRO Griffons 2-1 victory over CS Fabrose at TMR’s Recreation Centre Sunday night.