For a second straight season, the Queen’s Gaels women’s rink found themselves curling for a bronze medal on the national stage, and thanks in large part to the consistent contributions of lead Kenna Bartlett, the Tricolour stepped onto the podium this season.
After playing an integral role for the OUA champion Laurier Golden Hawks in their provincial run, John Willsey stepped up once again on the national stage to help the rink soar to another championship.
A fourth-year middle distance specialist, Lucia Stafford reached the podium four times in leading the Varsity Blues women’s track and field team to a silver-medal finish at the 2020 U SPORTS championships in Edmonton.
Through his first three seasons as a member of the Gryphons track and field program, Mark Bujnowski has already established himself as one the top throwers in a program history. The third-year agricultural science major added to his already lengthy resumé this past weekend with his best-ever performance at a U SPORTS Championship.
Add another OUA championship to the mantle for the Carleton Ravens, who turned to one of the best newcomers in the country – Lloyd Pandi – to help anchor their quest for a third straight Wilson Cup championship.
Second-year standout Aleksa Gold reached the podium seven times in leading the Toronto Varsity Blues women’s swimming team to a silver-medal finish at the 2020 U SPORTS championships in Victoria this past weekend.
The Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks men’s basketball team entered postseason play as the 10th-ranked team in the field of 12, but Ali Sow helped the underdog squad soar to lofty heights with some on-court mastery this week.
With their backs against the wall in their opening round series against the Toronto Varsity Blues, Luke Peressini stepped up in a big way for the Western Mustangs. Backstopping them to a spot in Round 2.
To say it was an incredible performance by Sebastian Paulins at the OUA Swimming Championships would be an understatement, as the Western Mustangs standout made quite a splash across the three days of competition.
Not only was Jennifer Nwamadi a champion on the mats, but also a standout beyond them, as the Western Mustangs’ major award winner from the OUA Wrestling Championships captures the latest OUA Athlete of the Week honours.
The Ryerson Rams’ top scorer continued to play a leading role for the women’s basketball team over the weekend, as Marin Scotten brought her squad right down to the wire against a pair of fellow top-five schools.
It has been a season of ups and downs for the defending OUA and U SPORTS champion McMaster Marauders women’s basketball team, but Sarah Gates offered up a pair of celebratory performances against two of this year’s premier opponents.
Ryan Valentini has not disappointed since arriving on campus at the University of Guelph a year ago, and now, he will head into Thursday’s Frosty Mug game fresh off one of his most memorable weeks as a Gryphon.
York basketball player Lauren Golding put together the best two games of her career, averaging 30 points and 15.5 rebounds, to lead the Lions to a pair of victories over No. 8 Brock and McMaster this past week.
The second half of the season couldn’t have gotten off to a better start for Aurore Beaulieu and the Guelph Gryphons, as the reigning champions took down another of the nation’s top teams in their first game of 2020.
If the Western Mustangs men’s hockey team had a new year’s resolution to ramp up the offence, then no player took it to heart more than Franco Sproviero, who was an instrumental piece of the team’s offensive onslaught to open 2020.
Fifth-year defenceman Cristine Chao scored both goals as the No. 4 nationally-ranked University of Toronto Varsity Blues women’s hockey team defeated the No. 9 Waterloo Warriors 2-1 on Saturday night at Varsity Arena.
A third-year health and disease major, Jenna Woock totaled 31.5 points and a .476 hitting percentage in helping the No. 4 nationally-ranked Varsity Blues women’s volleyball team to two big wins this past weekend.
To be the best, you have to beat the best, and the Waterloo Warriors surging start to the season continued to epitomize that theme this past weekend, with Taytum Clairmont powering the team’s latest wins against some stiff competition.
The individual accolades just keep coming for Lucia Stafford, as she once again came through with a top finish for the Toronto Varsity Blues women’s cross country team, albeit on the national stage this time around.
A stingy stretch of play for the Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team has them firing on all cylinders of late; a streak that continued into the team’s two games this past week thanks in large part to Garrett Forrest’s performance between the pipes.