TOKYO: Women’s eight wins gold and other student-athlete takeaways from Day 7

Rowing gold in women’s eights highlights day 7 in Tokyo. Continue reading TOKYO: Women’s eight wins gold and other student-athlete takeaways from Day 7

Mambi Diawara is providing a light in Saskatchewan’s dark season

TORONTO, ON – It has been anything but easy for the Saskatchewan Rattlers this year. After winning on the inaugural season of the CEBL, they find themselves winless through eight games in 2021. However, even with a dark season looming over the Rattlers, some positives are coming from the team. Fans can enter back into the building after almost two years without them, and some … Continue reading Mambi Diawara is providing a light in Saskatchewan’s dark season

U SPORTS and CSL ESports announce ‘U SPORTS Gaming’

VANCOUVER, BC – When Canadian university sports return this fall, it won’t just be on the field, court and ice. On Tuesday, U SPORTS announced a three-year partnership with CSL Gaming and the creation of U SPORTS Gaming.  CSL Esports is Canada’s largest collegiate sports league, with 22 U SPORTS member schools already playing in their various leagues. With the partnership with U SPORTS, student-gamers … Continue reading U SPORTS and CSL ESports announce ‘U SPORTS Gaming’

JV Mukama brings all-round power to Hamilton

It was a battle in Ontario as the Guelph Nighthawks faced the Hamilton Honey Badgers. It was their third matchup of the season, and the Honey Badgers were looking for their third win against them and their fifth win in a row. Honey Badgers’ starter, and one of the veterans on the team, Hamilton native Jean-Victor Mukama, finished the last game scoring the game-winning basket … Continue reading JV Mukama brings all-round power to Hamilton

BREAKING: AUS announces plan for full return in 2021-22

HALIFAX, NS- Like U SPORTS’ three other conferences, the AUS intends to return to a full schedule in September, the conference announced Wednesday.  The plan for a September restart will be dependant on the state of the COVID-19 pandemic at the time, but the AUS board of directors and executive director Phil Currie feel it would be safe for a return of sports by then.  … Continue reading BREAKING: AUS announces plan for full return in 2021-22

31 U SPORTS players selected in CFL Draft

Vancouver, BC- In a draft year like no other, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats looked to the NCAA for the first overall selection in the CFL Draft. The Ticats selected former Boston College tight-end Jake Burt with the top pick, one of their two first-round selections.  The first U SPORTS player to hear his name called was just one pick after, as the Saskatchewan Roughriders stayed close … Continue reading 31 U SPORTS players selected in CFL Draft