After 25 years, the University of Sherbrooke has ended its men’s and women’s rugby teams. On Monday, the University of Sherbrooke announced that they were shutting down their rugby program due to declining participation rates and safety concerns. The move affects both the men’s and women’s rugby programs, but only the women’s rugby program plays at the U SPORTS level. The Women’s Rugby team went … Continue reading Sherbrooke Vert et Or shut down rugby program.
Ottawa, ON – How things can change in just three weeks. On Oct. 29, the Carleton Ravens dropped a 4-1 decision on the second half of a back-to-back to the Ottawa Gee-Gees to fall to 0-4-0 early in the 2022-2023 season. Yet post-game, head coach Stacey Colarossi was not upset; instead, she emphasized the process of building a winning program. That the effort was there for … Continue reading “Stick with the process” Ravens learning how to win with tough victory over McGill
RSEQ MVP Kevin Mital grabs three touchdowns as Rouge et Or escapes with 25-24 win It’s the pinnacle of university football in Quebec. For the ninth consecutive season, the Montréal Carabins and the Laval Rouge et Or took each other on in the Dunsmore Cup for the right to be the best in Quebec and, this year, the right to move on to play Western … Continue reading Kevin Mital the hero as Laval Rouge et Or sneak past Montréal to win first Dunsmore Cup since 2018
Ottawa, ON – Talk to Stacey Colarossi for more than five minutes, and you are guaranteed to hear mention of the word process. Since taking over as the head coach of the Carleton Women’s hockey program back in June, a program that has not made the playoffs in the six-team RSEQ since 2014 and has not had a winning season since 2012, the coach has made … Continue reading “They are believing they can do it”: Stingers get stung as Carleton stuns #1-ranked Concordia
Ottawa, ON – What do you do when you already know from the start of the season that your team will not win many games? What’s your philosophy? What does “growth” actually mean if it isn’t directly on the scoresheet? Those are some of the questions that new Carleton Ravens head coach Stacey Colarossi will continue to need to deal with as she watched her team … Continue reading Ravens show fight but fall to Gee-Gees for fourth straight loss
Ottawa, ON – “It’s me, Hi, I’m the problem; it’s me.” Anti-Hero (Taylor Swift) If the early days of the 2022-2023 RSEQ season have shown one thing, the Carleton Ravens have a few problems. With an offence that sits tied for last with four goals in three games, and a defence allowing 37 shots a game, to put it at its kindest, it has been … Continue reading Strong start carries Carabins to win over Carleton
Ottawa, ON – So it’s all come down to this. With the Brock Badgers’ 95-75 win over the Queen’s Gaels in the 2022 Wilson Cup, all eight teams have been set. It’s time to wait and prepare until Friday when the ball tips off from the Saville Community Sports Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, for the 2022 U SPORTS Men’s Basketball Final 8. The Carleton Ravens have … Continue reading McGill and Dalhousie look to get finally over the hump in MBB Final 8
The last quarterfinal game will see the hosts take on the top-ranked Concordia Stingers. Continue reading U SPORTS WHKY: UPEI challenge the colossal Concordia Stingers