In his final season as one of the greatest volleyball coaches in U SPORTS history, the McMaster Marauders reflect on the legacy of Dave Preston Continue reading “He pushed what was best for me,”: The Marauders reflect on the legacy of Dave Preston
Hamilton, ON- When her senior’s night moment finally came, Paige Vrolyk tried to soak it all in. The McMaster Marauders fourth-year middle was surrounded by friends and family. She was honoured pre-game with a framed photo, surrounded by her family and head coach Tim Louks before she started the game against RMC. She and her fellow seniors were then honoured in the locker room after the … Continue reading Paige Vrolyk’s energy shines through on Seniors Night
TORONTO, ON – The OUA men’s and women’s hockey seasons are starting to pull back the curtain. Already into November, teams are approaching the quarter-mark of the campaign, with programs beginning to show whether they’re in a developmental season or eyeing a deep playoff run. It’s moving quickly, and the first month is already in the books as 49 Sports looks ahead to this weekend’s … Continue reading OUA WEEKEND WATCH: Can UQTR and Waterloo tighten their grip on their conferences?
Vancouver, BC- Truth, Duty, Valour. Three words that students at the Royal Military College of Canada live by, and it’s no different for the ones who don the Paladins’ crest in athletic competition. RMC is different. Everyone there is training to be a part of Canada’s armed forces, and that takes priority over sports. It’s different than at other schools, where academics can slide in … Continue reading A Year to Remember For the RMC Paladins
A look behind the stats and stories that make up the Queen’s Cup Final between the Ottawa Gee-Gees and Guelph Gryphons. Continue reading U Sports MHKY: Guelph Gryphons vs Ottawa Gee-Gees- A Finals Preview By the Numbers
Kingston, ON- You only get one shot to make a first impression. For the RMC Paladins, they are getting that shot as they take on the OUA Playoffs for the first time since 2006. But they are not the normal “first-timers” as the school is far different than any other in Canada. The Paladins have not made an appearance in the playoffs since the re-brand … Continue reading U Sports MHKY: RMC’s Band of Brothers are ready for the 2020 Queen’s Cup Playoffs
Athletes are talented, especially the ones who have made it to the elite levels of the game. U Sports is one of those levels, but the talent is often overlooked. However, that’s not to say that the unbelievable doesn’t happen. In this column, 49 sports will go into the shots, goals and other plays of the week as well as the more “off-script” events which … Continue reading U Sports: Skills, shots and other plays of the week in Canada
Ryerson’s women’s volleyball team wins, but has a small scare in the third set Friday night against the . RMC Paladin Continue reading U Sports Volleyball: Ryerson stay top, defeat RMC