Wednesday, 18 April 2007

In the News Wed. April 18/07

An article in the London Free Press on retired Western Mustangs coach Craig Boydell and an honour bestowed upon him recently that we reported on Boydell awarded Kitch MacPherson honour

Northern, a Sudbury-based publication, reports on Virgil Hill's resignation from Laurentian Hill leaves Voyageurs

6'6" Jason Price from Regina's Sheldon-Williams H.S. Spartans, heavily recruited for both football and basketball, has decided to attend the University of Regina, focusing on football in the immediate future. Still, this article in the Regina Leader-Post alludes to the possibility of another two-sport CIS athlete Price should be right for Regina

Congratulations to Guelph Gryphons coach Chris O'Rourke, who has been named Head Coach of Canada's entry at the World University Games this coming August in Bangkok, Thailand. Also announced were O'Rourke's assistants for the team, Humber College head man Darrell Glenn (a former UPEI Panther) and University of Ottawa head coach David DeAveiro. Gryphon bench boss selected to run national university squad

More on the Tim McGarrigle Dalhousie issue from the Halifax Daily News Former Basketball Coach appeals jury's verdict

Stay tuned for more off-season CIS team summaries as we report on Canada West in the coming week.

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