CUSN Women’s Basketball Power Rankings: January 25th, 2017

Adam Jenkins and Jaime Hills bring you the CUSN Women’s Basketball Power Rankings after Week 3 of 2017 #1 | Queen’s (12-0, OUA) — After weeks of being right on the cusp of finally grabbing the top spot in our rankings, they have finally done it. The Queen’s Gaels are our new #1 seed in
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OUA Women’s Hockey | The Weekly Recap : 01.24.2017

If anything was shown this week in OUA women’s hockey, it is that you have to expect the unexpected. Every team has to be taken seriously, as all 13 teams have proven that they can win. The top five in the OUA standings were shaken up over the last few
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Tuesday Morning Skate: U SPORTS Week 12

AUS Top Stories: 1. J.F. Plante of the Moncton Aigles Bleus made more history over the weekend, as his 26th goal of the season is the most of any AUS hockey player in the new millennium, breaking Hunter Tremblay‘s previous high of 25, set back in 2009-10. Plante still has a ways to go if
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Brandon Belding: Life After Sport

Many athletes struggle with the final act of walking away from their sport. At the university level, second semester represents the final chapter for many graduating student athletes; the real world is beckoning, and life beyond the lines of the field, court or arena looms ever larger. At Carleton University,
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Almaty 2017: Canada Men’s Hockey Preview

The Canadian men’s hockey entry at this year’s FISU Winter Universiade is headed to Almaty, Kazakhstan with one goal in mind: a gold medal. “The expectation any time you represent Canada in hockey is a gold medal,” said Queen’s University’s Brett Gibson, the architect of the 2017 edition of Team
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