U SPORTS FB: Frustrated Athletes and Coaches on a Season Taken Away

Josiah Hoseph, Riley Harrison and Chris Morris speak out against the U SPORTS age cap decision. Continue reading U SPORTS FB: Frustrated Athletes and Coaches on a Season Taken Away

2019-20 Reflection: Bountiful Mounties’ Pride in Sackville

Sackville, N.B.- A tiny school with a lot of pride, the Mounties out of Mount Allison made their presence known across the Atlantic university athletic landscape over the course of the 2019-2020 season.  Women’s Volleyball: Pride on Home Court It was an impressive season for the Mounties, capped off by a silver medal at the ACAA Championships. The New Brunswick school earned a 13-5 record … Continue reading 2019-20 Reflection: Bountiful Mounties’ Pride in Sackville

U SPORTS Reflections: Concordia’s Medals on the Mat

Montréal, QC- The Concordia University Stingers made their presence felt at the U SPORTS national wrestling championships at Brock University this spring. With 12 athletes earning a shot at national glory, and nine still in contention on Day 2, the Montréal school came home with seven national medals, including a team podium finish for the men.  Wrestling- Making Their Mark on the National Mat The … Continue reading U SPORTS Reflections: Concordia’s Medals on the Mat

U SPORTS Reflections: Dalhousie Roar in Track and Field

Halifax, N.S.-  The Dalhousie Tigers continued their dominance of the AUS track and field circuit, with both the men’s and women’s teams taking home conference banners. The 2020 titles marked the women’s 31st consecutive banner, while it was the men’s sixth. Not only did the teams maintain their status, each had an athlete claim the top spot on a podium at the U SPORTS national … Continue reading U SPORTS Reflections: Dalhousie Roar in Track and Field

Carleton Reflection: Ravens Continue to Dominate Men’s Basketball

Ottawa, ON- Championships, both provincial and national, have become the norm in basketball at Carleton University, and the 2019-2020 team did not shy away from the challenge on keeping the status quo. This season’s Ravens went 27-1 across all competitions, culminating in two new banners for a program that has comfortably established itself as the Canadian basketball equivalent to the New England Patriots.  Men’s Basketball- … Continue reading Carleton Reflection: Ravens Continue to Dominate Men’s Basketball

World Class Women: The Ottawa Gee-Gees

Ottawa, ON- For the first time ever, FISU hosted a World Cup of Football (soccer) and Canada was proudly represented. The University of Ottawa Gee-Gees women travelled to China to compete in the inaugural edition of the tournament and made the world take notice.  The nation’s capital made the country proud on the international stage of women’s soccer when the Gee-Gees took home the title … Continue reading World Class Women: The Ottawa Gee-Gees

U SPORTS: Les Carabins’ Streak Makers and Breakers

Montréal, QC- It was a season of streaks for Les Carabins, not only did they carry on some of their own, but they were also responsible for ending one of the most prolific runs in Québec university sports history. Despite one championship being cancelled due to the coronavirus, teams across UdeM’s athletics programs can head into their upcoming seasons with the confidence that they have … Continue reading U SPORTS: Les Carabins’ Streak Makers and Breakers

RSEQ: Sherbrooke’s Green Light to Go Golden

Sherbrooke, QC- The athletes of Université de Sherbrooke Le Vert et Or didn’t seem to be phased by the strange circumstances in which this year’s university sports seasons played out. Both individuals as well as teams competed hard, set records, and brought pride (and gold medals) to their school. Track and Field- Vert et Or Vet Goes Gold The five-year track and field veteran, Ariane … Continue reading RSEQ: Sherbrooke’s Green Light to Go Golden

A Banner is the Best Revenge: A Look Back At UQTR’s Soccer Title

Trois-Rivières, QC- They were on track for a dream season until falling in the provincial final, but where some teams would fold under the disappointment, Les Patriotes seemed to take their RSEQ loss as fuel. They packed it with them as they headed towards their victor’s home on their hunt for their first ever national title.  Men’s Soccer- Champions at Last For the first time … Continue reading A Banner is the Best Revenge: A Look Back At UQTR’s Soccer Title

A New Kind of Gold: Université de Laval

Québec City, QC- It was a year of change in Québec City, as the famous football school saw a new sport bring them a banner, while their football team fell in astonishing fashion. Regardless, Le Rouge et Or are still golden.  Women’s Rugby: Golden Girls  Université de Laval women’s rugby team took the golden part of their Rouge et Or name seriously in this year’s … Continue reading A New Kind of Gold: Université de Laval