Thursday, 26 November 2009

Weekend Previews and other articles

Larry Moko of the Hamilton Spectator previews McMaster's weekend at home against Ottawa and Carleton

Mac men in tough facing Carleton, Ottawa cagers

Keenan Jeppesen of the McMaster Marauders was selected an NCAA Division I all-star during his basketball stint with the Brown University Bears. He later transferred to Western, helping the Mustangs win back-to-back Ontario West Division titles.

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Memories of the Bucket Heads from the 90's at Brock...

Isaac's 21st century Army

Brock Badgers Athletics has been prospering since its existence, winning close to 30 national titles and 50 provincial titles. This success has granted them a respectable status in the Ontario and Canadian university sports scenes. However, one major downfall has been subpar fan support. With a student population of 17,000-plus, Brock's sport following could be described as mediocre at best.

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H1N1 could halt Cougars' schedule at any moment

The University of Regina Cougars women’s basketball team’s games are expected to go ahead this weekend, but with H1N1 having an effect on universities across the country, most teams know contests could be postponed at a moment’s notice.

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UBC Injury Update: UBC takes a trip to Winnipeg for games Friday against the University of Winnipeg and Saturday vs Manitoba. The Birds will be missing senior forward Brent Malish (ankle), but will be welcoming back senior forward Blain LaBranche from the injured list.

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