Queen’s takes down Carleton to remain undefeated

KINGSTON, ON – The Queen’s Gaels and Carleton Ravens each entered Friday with an undefeated 4-0 record, sitting tied for the top of the OUA East with the Ottawa Gee-Gees. In their first matchup since the 2021 season, the Gaels and Ravens were set to go at it to decide who would remain undefeated. In the end, the Gaels used their physicality and execution to … Continue reading Queen’s takes down Carleton to remain undefeated

Waterloo remain undefeated with overtime win over Windsor

WATERLOO, ON – The Waterloo Warriors stayed undefeated and moved to 3-0 after a hard-fought 70-64 overtime win over the Windsor Lancers in the Warriors’ home opener. Waterloo pushed out to an early 15-7 lead against the Lancers in the first quarter thanks to their halfcourt defence and pace on offence. Kaitlyn Overeem scored the first nine of Waterloo’s 18 points, and the execution against … Continue reading Waterloo remain undefeated with overtime win over Windsor

Toronto spoils TMU’s banner night with win over Bold

TORONTO, ON – The Toronto Varsity Blues evened their record at 1-1 on Saturday by coming away with a 61-57 victory over the TMU Bold. TMU, celebrating their 2021-2022 team who went undefeated along the way to winning both the OUA and U SPORTS Championship, fell short to the Varsity Blues in their home opener. The game started as equal as it could be. Toronto … Continue reading Toronto spoils TMU’s banner night with win over Bold

Isabella Belvedere comes out firing as Queen’s open new season with win

KINGSTON, ON – The reigning U SPORTS bronze medalist Queen’s Gaels kicked off their season on Thursday night when they hosted the Laurentian Voyageurs. After a hard fought physical battle, the Gaels pushed away in the fourth quarter to a 68-52 win. The first quarter started with the Gaels and Voyageurs getting inside the paint. Bailey and Sydney Tabin fuelled the play of the Voyageurs … Continue reading Isabella Belvedere comes out firing as Queen’s open new season with win

Brock looks for a repeat as Critelli Cup Final turns back the clock to pre-pandemic

TORONTO, ON – We’re down to two teams. After a shortened season and a great playoff push, the OUA has narrowed it down to two teams who will play for the Critelli Cup. This afternoon in St. Catharines, the Brock Badgers will host the Rams in the 2020 Critelli Cup rematch. Two undefeated teams have made their way to the final, but only one will hold … Continue reading Brock looks for a repeat as Critelli Cup Final turns back the clock to pre-pandemic