U SPORTS: Trophies Galore for the Guelph Gryphons in 2019-20

Guelph,ON- Another year has gone by and the Guelph Gryphons are once again updating their trophy cabinets with new hardware. 2019 – 2020 saw the Guelph Gryphons continue their dominance, winning championships and trophies galore as they steamrolled their way to the top of competitions all across the board. Men’s Hockey  Hoisting the Queen’s Cup is the goal for all OUA men’s hockey teams, but … Continue reading U SPORTS: Trophies Galore for the Guelph Gryphons in 2019-20

Wrestling: Guelph Open 2020 Recap

The Guelph Open wrestling tournament took place on January 18th where men and women university and non-university teams competed. Below is a recap of the tournament results. The Brock University Badgers men’s and women’s teams dominated the entire tournament. They were the highest scoring team of the day with 51 points. The team earned 337 total match points, which none of their competitors came close … Continue reading Wrestling: Guelph Open 2020 Recap

U Sports Hockey: The Brock Badgers looked into a mirror and got opposite results

There was a saying that my great grandmother used to tell to me: “You can’t sit on two different seats at the same time.” Although that’s exactly what the Brock Badgers hockey program was doing Thursday night as their men hosted the Guelph Gryphons in St. Catherines and the women were in Toronto facing the Ryerson Rams. Both games were thrilling, with high scoring, high-speed … Continue reading U Sports Hockey: The Brock Badgers looked into a mirror and got opposite results

U Sports WHKY: Blues stay perfect

The Toronto Varsity Blues entered tonight’s game trying to preserve their four-game win streak. They had a tall task ahead of them as the visiting team was none other than the reigning OUA Champions, the Guelph Gryphons. The first period was dominated by the Gryphons as the Blues took careless penalties and registered just three shots on net. The second Guelph goal came when Toronto … Continue reading U Sports WHKY: Blues stay perfect