WSOC: CanWest, RSEQ squads will play for medals at soccer nationals

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Breaking down every team in the U SPORTS WSOC Championships

HALIFAX, NS – The first U SPORTS women’s soccer championships in two years will feature all kinds of teams with different styles. This week, we’ll find out which one of them will prevail as Canada’s best. Some teams are national powerhouses that appear almost every year, while others are in for the first time in years, or ever. Some make their names by filling opponents’ … Continue reading Breaking down every team in the U SPORTS WSOC Championships

GOLDEN GAELS: Queen’s outlasts Ottawa on wet home turf to win U SPORTS title

KINGSTON, ON – The Queen’s Gaels women’s rugby team clinched their first-ever U SPORTS championship in the comfort (or discomfort due to the weather) of their own home Sunday afternoon. They defeated the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees 26-18 to capture the Molinex Trophy. U SPORTS MVP Sophie de Goede put up a masterful performance, leading the way for Queen’s with a try, a conversion and … Continue reading GOLDEN GAELS: Queen’s outlasts Ottawa on wet home turf to win U SPORTS title

AUS women’s volleyball preview: Opponents aim to close gap on Dalhousie

HALIFAX, NS – Lately, AUS women’s volleyball has been whatever the Dalhousie Tigers have wanted it to be. Their conference dominance has extended over the past eight seasons and they won’t be any easier to play this year. But as we’ve seen in other sports, the long break induced by the COVID-19 pandemic has occasionally flipped leagues upside down or at the very least, sprinkled … Continue reading AUS women’s volleyball preview: Opponents aim to close gap on Dalhousie