McMaster hit with player eligibility violation for second time in 2022-23

TORONTO, ON  – The McMaster Marauders men’s basketball team were rolling this season, but they’ve been given a setback.  On Saturday, U SPORTS and the OUA announced the Marauders had played an ineligible player in two of their games in the 2022-23 season, featuring a  76-69 loss on Jan. 18 to the Brock Badgers and a 101-56 win over the Algoma Thunderbirds Jan. 21 McMaster … Continue reading McMaster hit with player eligibility violation for second time in 2022-23

U SPORTS

uOttawa to host 2025 U SPORTS men’s hockey championship at TD Place

TORONTO, ON –  The U SPORTS men’s hockey championship is heading to the nation’s capital.  On Wednesday, U SPORTS announced that the 2025 University Cup tournament would be hosted by the University of Ottawa, with the Gee-Gees bringing the tournament to TD Place, home of the OHL’s Ottawa 67’s and the annual Carleton v Ottawa Colonel By Classic.  The 2023 tournament will be hosted by … Continue reading uOttawa to host 2025 U SPORTS men’s hockey championship at TD Place

OUA HOCKEY

Ottawa, Toronto face big weekends in OUA playoff crunch

TORONTO, ON – The OUA men’s hockey playoffs are fast approaching, with teams just starting to dream of what could be in early March, with the hopes of hosting and hoisting the Queen’s Cup. With the top players all back from Canada’s gold medals at the Lake Placid 2023 FISU World University Games, there’s added pressure on every team chasing, with races for playoff spots … Continue reading Ottawa, Toronto face big weekends in OUA playoff crunch

MARIA DOMINICO OUA

Maria Dominico brings FISU confidence back to Nipissing and OUA

TORONTO, ON – As the playoffs creep closer, things are getting tense for OUA women’s hockey teams in their search for the 2022-23 edition of the McCaw Cup. With just weeks remaining in the season, and the top-four teams from each division qualifying, it’s crunch time not only for those programs looking to get into the playoff picture, but those battling for seeding in their … Continue reading Maria Dominico brings FISU confidence back to Nipissing and OUA

Women’s hockey drought breaker highlights Canada’s Day 9

LAKE PLACID, NEW YORK – Canada’s penultimate day at the Lake Placid 2023 World University Games ended a 10-year drought, as Canada’s women’s hockey team stood atop the podium after a 5-0 win over Japan.  Canada, who hadn’t won any hockey gold medal since 2013, captured the top spot in the women’s hockey tournament, completing a perfect tournament record while only allowing three goals through … Continue reading Women’s hockey drought breaker highlights Canada’s Day 9

Canada’s golden curling hopes dashed in Lake Placid

LAKE PLACID, NEW YORK – For the second FISU World University Games in a row, Team Canada won’t finish the tournament with a curling gold medal, as both the men’s and women’s teams saw their hopes dashed before the final.  Canada’s women’s team, Team Abby Marks, failed to make it out of the preliminary stages, ending their tournament with a 4-5 record. Meanwhile, on the … Continue reading Canada’s golden curling hopes dashed in Lake Placid