Mustangs stride towards top of 49’s OUA power rankings

TORONTO, ON – The first week of the U SPORTS OUA football season is in the books, and the Western Mustangs continue to look like the class of the organization. While U SPORTS posts a weekly ranking based off media voting and an ELO system, 49 Sports’ Cameron Moore will publish power rankings each week throughout the season. 1. Western Mustangs The defending Yates Cup … Continue reading Mustangs stride towards top of 49’s OUA power rankings

“It just came down to execution”: McMaster misses small opportunities in opening loss to Windsor 

Hamilton, ON- After over 57 minutes of game time, the McMaster Marauders finally found the end zone.  The Marauders’ football team had moved the ball through the air and on the ground in their season opener versus the Windsor Lancers on Aug. 26. However, it wasn’t until a Jacob Patten touchdown reception when McMaster found pay dirt. However, by then, it was too little, too late.  … Continue reading “It just came down to execution”: McMaster misses small opportunities in opening loss to Windsor 

PREVIEW: As StFX chase U SPORTS bowl, AUS challengers beckon

HALIFAX, NS. – The U SPORTS AUS football season is beginning to rev its engines with games starting on August 26, but there is still a clear favourite amongst the league. 2023 will be the 63rd season in AUS history, and just like last season, there is a “David vs Goliath” theme amongst the league, which is between STFX and the rest of the AUS. … Continue reading PREVIEW: As StFX chase U SPORTS bowl, AUS challengers beckon

PREVIEW: Laval seeking Dunsmore Cup repeat in competitive RSEQ

MONTREAL, QC – The 2022 Dunsmore Cup–Quebec’s annual university football championship–closed out the U SPORTS RSEQ season with a bang last November. The Laval Rouge et Or defeated the Montreal Carabins 24-23 on a last-second rouge to be crowned provincial champions. The beginning of a new RSEQ football season is drawing ever nearer. All five teams–Laval Rouge et Or, Montreal Carabins, Sherbrooke Vert et Or, … Continue reading PREVIEW: Laval seeking Dunsmore Cup repeat in competitive RSEQ

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Laval’s Kevin Mital set to plead guilty to assault charges: report

UPDATED 5:10 pm ET, Aug. 10 TORONTO, ON – Laval Rouge et Or receiver Kevin Mital has been charged with assault with a weapon, assault causing bodily harm and threats, Le Soleil reported on Wednesday, with the alleged charges taking place on Dec. 10, 2021. For the 2022 Hec Creighton Award winner and Vanier Cup Champion, participation in the 2023 U SPORTS and RSEQ seasons … Continue reading Laval’s Kevin Mital set to plead guilty to assault charges: report

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StFX football pushing to get over U SPORTS bowl game hump

HALIFAX, NS – STFX’s football team has not lost a game against AUS competition in two years, but both the 2021 and 2022 seasons have ended in a familiar way — a loss in the U SPORTS national championship semifinal. The X-Men have not won a national bowl game since 1996, and they are not the only AUS team to struggle on the national stage. … Continue reading StFX football pushing to get over U SPORTS bowl game hump

U SPORTS talent shines on final day of Canadian Track and Field Championships

LANGLEY, BC – The final day of the 2023 Canadian Track and Field Championships wrapped up in style at Langley’s McLeod Athletic Park, with the last medals awarded in the remaining events. Headlined by the 200m sprint, Sunday saw resilience and perseverance from all competitors. With Canada finalizing its selections for the 2023 World Championships in Budapest, athletes were looking for big results to help … Continue reading U SPORTS talent shines on final day of Canadian Track and Field Championships