PODCAST: TSN’s Moe Khan on football age cap and McGill Athletics

TSN’s Moe Khan discusses the U SPORTS football age cap and McGill Athletics. Continue reading PODCAST: TSN’s Moe Khan on football age cap and McGill Athletics

Canada West MHKY Recruiting Part 1: The No More, The New Kids and The Rebuilders

Vancouver, BC- Roy T Bennet, author of “The Light in the Heart” described patience as “not the ability to wait, but to be calm no matter what happens.” That sentiment, although far away from sport, makes a lot of sense when describing the recent announcements in U SPORTS hockey recruiting. Although each conference of U SPORTS men’s hockey has suspended competition until at least Jan.1.2021, … Continue reading Canada West MHKY Recruiting Part 1: The No More, The New Kids and The Rebuilders

Smashing Expectations: Brock Women’s Basketball’s Storybook Run of 2019-20

St.Catharines,ON- The trophy awarded to the OUA women’s basketball champions is called the “Critelli Cup.” It is named for Chris Critelli, an iconic figure in Canadian basketball. She played for Canada at the 1976 Olympics at the age of 17. She attended Laurentian University, where she won two U SPORTS championships with them and went on to play for Old Dominion in the NCAA where … Continue reading Smashing Expectations: Brock Women’s Basketball’s Storybook Run of 2019-20

U Sports: Slam dunks, silky hands and Superbowls highlight this week in U Sports highlights

Goals, baskets and blocks once again captured our eyes in the latest edition of the play of the week, but there was also a Superbowl championship. That’s a lot of stuff, so let’s get right to it. Starting on the court, there were some plays that even garnered big media attention. Brandon, not a usual focus of national attention had a spotlight put on them … Continue reading U Sports: Slam dunks, silky hands and Superbowls highlight this week in U Sports highlights

U Sports: Skills, shots and other plays of the week in Canada

Athletes are talented, especially the ones who have made it to the elite levels of the game.  U Sports is one of those levels, but the talent is often overlooked. However, that’s not to say that the unbelievable doesn’t happen. In this column, 49 sports will go into the shots, goals and other plays of the week as well as the more “off-script” events which … Continue reading U Sports: Skills, shots and other plays of the week in Canada

U Sports Men’s Soccer: A look at the Western flavour on display at National Championships

After they both reached the finals of the Canada West Men’s Soccer this past weekend, it meant that UBC and University of Calgary earned a spot at next week’s National Championships, which will be held in Montreal. After surviving a pair of tense semi-final matches, as Calgary staved off Mount Royal, while UBC cruised past Saskatchawan, they now find themselves at the end of the … Continue reading U Sports Men’s Soccer: A look at the Western flavour on display at National Championships

U Sports Soccer: York narrowly get past Varsity Blues, book spot in final

OUA soccer dominated the York University campus on Friday night with the men’s final four taking place at the Alumni Field. The winners of the semi-final games on Friday earned a spot in Saturday afternoon’s championship final, but more importantly a berth to the 2019 U Sports championship in Montreal next weekend. The first game of the day went a full 105 minutes before the … Continue reading U Sports Soccer: York narrowly get past Varsity Blues, book spot in final