Mixed results for Team Canada in Round One of Volleyball Nations League

A U SPORTS heavy Team Canada roster has a mixed week in Week One of the 2022 Nations League. Continue reading Mixed results for Team Canada in Round One of Volleyball Nations League

McMaster men’s volleyball reclaim crown with 11th Forsyth Cup title

HAMILTON, ON – The Burridge Gym was packed – as it had been for McMaster’s two previous playoff games. Like the previous two games, the visiting Toronto Varsity Blues provided a stiff test.  After the Queen’s Gaels captured the past two Forsyth Cups (OUA titles), there was bound to be a new winner between the Marauders and the Varsity Blues. McMaster head coach Dave Preston’s … Continue reading McMaster men’s volleyball reclaim crown with 11th Forsyth Cup title

MVB: McMaster reach OUA Finals and Nationals in Straight Sets

After beating the Brock Badgers twice already this season, one could anticipate that while the Marauders would be favourites ahead of their OUA semi-finals, it wouldn’t be easy.  The Marauders survived a scare against the Windsor Lancers in the quarterfinals, winning a close fifth set to prevail. Against Brock in the semis, McMaster won in three straight sets – two by the score of 25-20 … Continue reading MVB: McMaster reach OUA Finals and Nationals in Straight Sets

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