Huskies on top of Canada West again with Hardy Cup win over UBC 

Saskatchewan wins back-to-back titles for the first time since winning three in a row from 2004 – 2006 On Saturday, the Saskatchewan Huskies definitely had visions of the Vanier Cup in their heads after falling to the Western Mustangs in Laval in the big game a year ago. To get their first, though, they needed to be the best in Canada West and became so … Continue reading Huskies on top of Canada West again with Hardy Cup win over UBC 

StFX X-Men take down Mount Allison Mounties to win back-to-back Loney Bowls.

Ben Harrington leads StFX to win with a 94-yard punt return touchdown. The StFX X-Men are 2022 AUS Champions following a 21-14 win over the Mount Allison Mounties in the 2022 Loney Bowl.  After winning the 2021 Loney Bowl over Acadia, the X-Men entered the afternoon looking to continue their undefeated AUS season and be the first repeat champion since they repeated in 2015 and … Continue reading StFX X-Men take down Mount Allison Mounties to win back-to-back Loney Bowls.

Western blowout Queen’s to win 114th Yates Cup

OUA MVP Keon Edwards picks up 260 yards, and a touchdown in a dominant win The Western Mustangs are headed to the Mitchell Bowl after a blowout 44-16 win over the Queen’s Gaels in the 2022 Yates Cup. Facing the Gaels in a rematch of the 2021 Yates Cup, in which the Mustangs took 29-0, the two sides started even at 0-0 after the first … Continue reading Western blowout Queen’s to win 114th Yates Cup

Huskies the favourite heading into 2022 Hardy Cup

Comparing offence, defence and special teams to see who has the edge in the 2022 Hardy Cup In 2021, the Saskatchewan Huskies snapped a string of ten consecutive years of the Hardy Cup being hosted by the Calgary Dinos at McMahon Stadium (where the Dinos won seven times).  The Huskies took the field at Griffiths Stadium and defeated the Manitoba Bisons 45-17 for their first … Continue reading Huskies the favourite heading into 2022 Hardy Cup

What happened in the quarterfinals of the 2022 U SPORTS Men’s Soccer Championship

Breaking down the results of the four quarterfinal matchups of the 2022 U SPORTS Men’s Soccer Championship The 2022 U SPORTS Men’s Soccer championship got underway on Thursday with four quarterfinal matchups at Hillside Stadium in Kamloops, BC. On Wednesday, 49 wrote about the X Factors that would decide each of these teams’ fates in the national championship. On Thursday, a lot of those predictions ended … Continue reading What happened in the quarterfinals of the 2022 U SPORTS Men’s Soccer Championship

Full team effort helps Canada cruise past Venezuela to advance to FIBA World Cup

U-SPORTS veterans help the Canada Men’s National Team qualify for the 2023 FIBA World Cup with a big win over Venezuela With a roster filled in with U SPORTS alums, the Canadian Senior Men’s National Basketball Team punched their ticket to the 2023 FIBA World Cup on Thursday night thanks to a 94-56 win over Venezuela in the first game of the fifth window of … Continue reading Full team effort helps Canada cruise past Venezuela to advance to FIBA World Cup

StFX X-Men on track to repeat heading into 2022 Loney Bowl

Comparing offence, defence and special teams to see who has the edge in the 2022 Loney Bowl Most conference championships in U SPORTS football see the two best teams in the conference meet to fight for the trophy. The battle for the 2022 Jewett Trophy in the Loney Bowl, though, is about as close to a true underdog vs favourite matchup that will exist this … Continue reading StFX X-Men on track to repeat heading into 2022 Loney Bowl

Western the favourite heading into 2022 Yates Cup rematch against Queen’s

Comparing offence, defence and special teams to see who has the edge in the 2022 Yates Cup The 2022 OUA Football season has come down to its final day. On Saturday, Nov.12, the Queen’s Gaels head to Alumni Stadium on the campus of Western University for a rematch of the 2021 Yates Cup against the Western Mustangs.  The Mustangs reached the final thanks to a … Continue reading Western the favourite heading into 2022 Yates Cup rematch against Queen’s

One reason for each team to win the U SPORTS MSOC championship

An X-Factor that could be the reason each of the eight teams headed to Kamloops come away with gold When it comes to the U SPORTS nationals season, the beauty of the national championship is that every team comes in with their own motivations and storylines. Whether they are the defending conference (or nationwide) champions bullying their way through their conference or the plucky underdog’s … Continue reading One reason for each team to win the U SPORTS MSOC championship