U Sports MHKY: Saskatchewan Huskies crowned champions in front of sell out crowd against UBC

Saskatoon, SK- Whether it is a good story or a bad story, all stories must have an ending and that is what happened for both the University of Saskatchewan Huskies and the UBC Thunderbirds men’s hockey team on Saturday night. For the Saskatchewan Huskies, it was a good story that reached its conclusion. After a gruelling season where they finished right behind the Alberta Golden … Continue reading U Sports MHKY: Saskatchewan Huskies crowned champions in front of sell out crowd against UBC

OUA Women’s Basketball: Weekend Recap

Six games took place in OUA women’s basketball this weekend. Here are some highlights of each game and a recap of the scores: Ryerson Rams vs. U of T Varisty Blues: The Rams won their fourth game in a row against the Blues on Saturday. They had outstanding defense throughout the game who never gave the Blues a chance to lead. The final score was … Continue reading OUA Women’s Basketball: Weekend Recap

U Sports Hockey: Brendan Burke on verge of making U Sports history

“It’s an honour, I get to represent my school and U Sports in a situation I never could have expected.” those were the words of Team Canada Spengler Cup and Alberta Golden Bear’s goaltender Brendan Burke mere hours after he was named to his nations roster. He was named to the Canadian Spengler Cup team last week, becoming the first U Sports player to make … Continue reading U Sports Hockey: Brendan Burke on verge of making U Sports history

Cheerleading: Alyssa Morrison cheers her way into Canada

Alyssa Morrison didn’t know what to expect when she arrived in Canada for her first year of university. There is a lot of adjustments to make when moving to a new country, but after a semester north of the 49th parallel, she has found her people: the members of the Ryerson Cheerleading Team. Continue reading Cheerleading: Alyssa Morrison cheers her way into Canada

NCAA Basketball: A Nova Scotian is running the show for Delaware

Nobody likes to be held away from the things they love to do, but for Canadian NCAA basketball player Nate Darling, that unfortunate circumstance is working wonders. The 21-year-old from Bedford, Nova Scotia is thriving in his first NCAA season with the University of Delaware, playing a big role in their perfect 6-0 start, and the last standing perfect record across the whole of the … Continue reading NCAA Basketball: A Nova Scotian is running the show for Delaware

The racism in hockey series: Nedomansky the newest barrier buster inducted into Hall of Fame

This article kicks off a series that will focus on racism in sports at the university level, with future articles being focused on student-athletes who have experienced racism in some way during their time in the sport. Racism and hockey have a long history, one that threads itself through the fabric of the game as well as the land of Canada, the country where the … Continue reading The racism in hockey series: Nedomansky the newest barrier buster inducted into Hall of Fame