U SPORTS connections abound with Canada’s Olympic bobsleigh team

U SPORTS is certainly a path to bobsleigh if you’re fast and strong. Continue reading U SPORTS connections abound with Canada’s Olympic bobsleigh team

UBC thunder past Victoria to win Men’s Rugby National Title

KINGSTON, ON – It was a long way from home, but after a tough fall season, the UBC Thunderbirds stood in triumph over their local rivals, topping the University of Victoria Vikes 39-7 in Kingston. Very un-British Columbian weather backdropped an all British Columbian final, the snow having blanketed the turf pitch in a layer of white. UBC defeated the Royal Military College 66-0 and … Continue reading UBC thunder past Victoria to win Men’s Rugby National Title

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